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Featured Article: A multiple model high-resolution head-related impulse response database for aided and unaided ears

In this paper, Joachim Thiemann and Steven van de Par present an HRIR database with 12722 directions, giving a spatial resolution of 2 arc degree or better, for a sphere covering − 64 elevation to the zenith. Four sets of HRIRs were recorded with different head-and-torso simulators (HATSs), including one with a six-channel bilateral behind-the-ear hearing aid model. The resulting database is available at https://www.uni-oldenburg.de/akustik/mmhr-hrtf and is distributed under a Creative Commons license.

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The European Association for Signal Processing (EURASIP) was founded on 1 September 1978 to improve communication between groups and individuals that work within the multidisciplinary, fast growing field of signal processing in Europe and elsewhere, and to exchange and disseminate information in this field all over the world. The association exists to further the efforts of researchers by providing a learned and professional platform for dissemination and discussion of all aspects of signal processing including continuous- and discrete-time signal theory, applications of signal processing, systems and technology, speech communication, and image processing and communication.
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The aim of the EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing is to highlight the theoretical and practical aspects of signal processing in new and emerging technologies. The journal is directed as much at the practicing engineer as at the academic researcher. Authors of articles with novel contributions to the theory and/or practice of signal processing are welcome to submit their articles for consideration. All manuscripts undergo a rigorous review process. EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing employs a paperless, electronic review process to enable a fast and speedy turnaround in the review process.

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Visual human motion understanding in the Wild
Deadline for submission: 1 April 2019

Medical Image Reconstruction with Low SNR
Deadline of submission: 2 September 2019

Advances in Sparse Recovery: From Vectors, Matrices to Tensors
Deadline for submission: 15 July 2019

Recent advances and applications of time-frequency signal analysis
Deadline for submission: 15 October 2019

Understanding and Designing Deep Neural Networks
Deadline for submission: 1 June 2019

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The EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing (JASP) welcomes Special Issues on timely topics related to the field of signal processing at large. The objective of Special Issues is to bring together recent and high quality works in a research domain, to promote key advances in signal processing, and to provide overviews of the state-of-the-art in emerging domains, to the general signal processing audience.

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EURASIP Best paper awards 2018

We are pleased to announce that the following paper published in EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing has been awarded a EURASIP best paper award!


Research
Extending coprime sensor arrays to achieve the peak side lobe height of a full uniform linear array
Kaushallya Adhikari, John R. Buck and Kathleen E. Wage


The award ceremony will take place at EUSIPCO 2018 in Italy. For more information see the EURASIP newsletter.

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