Next JSAIT Special Issue Will Be on Modern Compression, Deadline April 1, 2022
The next JSAIT special issue will be on modern compression. Lead guest editors are Meir Feder and Tsachy Weissman. The CFP will be posted shortly. Papers are due April 1, 2022.
Dec 22, 2021

The next JSAIT special issue will be on modern compression. Lead guest editors are Meir Feder and Tsachy Weissman. The CFP will be posted shortly. Papers are due April 1, 2022.  Here is an excerpt from the Call for Papers:

Modern computation environments are struggling to store, communicate and process data in unprecedented volumes. These data, which come in new and evolving structures and formats, necessitate compression, lossless and lossy. Recent years have witnessed the emergence of new techniques, approaches, and modes for data compression. This special issue will focus on cutting edge research in this space.

Prospective authors are invited to submit original manuscripts on topics that include but are not limited to:

  • Distributed and multi terminal compression
  • Compression under new and emerging perceptual metrics
  • Rate - Distortion - Complexity - Delay tradeoffs  
  • Joint source channel coding/Joint compression and error correction
  • Compression meets encryption/privacy/security
  • Random access and computation in the compressed domain
  • Compression with, for and of neural networks   
  • Compression of graphs and non-traditional data structures
  • Specialized compression for: genomics, multimedia, VR, point clouds, sensors, astronomy, etc. 
  • Quantum compression
  • Compression, learning, prediction and information processing
  • Theory of Compression
  • Model compression
  • Universality in data compression