Special Session: Target Detection, Estimation, Classification and Tracking
Target detection, estimation, classification, and tracking are fundamental concepts in the field of signal processing and are used in various applications such as radar, sonar, computer vision, and autonomous systems. Despite decades of development, underwater acoustic processing and target sensing is still a very challenging research field due to the complex and harsh underwater environments. Due to the recent rapid developments in electronics, computing and ocean engineering, many novel concepts, models and algorithms are emerged and developed. This invited session aims to provide a platform for academic and industrial communities to report recent research and development on target sensing with theoretical and/or applied nature. Suitable topics for this special session include but are not limited to:
Advances in target detection
Decentralized processing and information fusion
Sonar and radar array signal processing
Spectral estimation, beamforming and localization
Uncertainty and challenges for underwater target sensing
Target feature extraction and classification
Multi-sensor based target tracking
Underwater channel modeling, estimation and prediction
Underwater wireless sensor networking
Machine learning in acoustics
Speech/audio signal processing
Submission Deadline: April 10, 2024
Notification: May 10, 2024
Registration: May 25, 2024
1, submit it via the link: http://confsys.iconf.org/submission/icicsp24 (after entering the link, click on the corresponding topic)
2, send your manuscript to email@example.com with subject "Submit+Special Session-4+Paper Title". (请通过邮件发送稿件，邮件题目：Submit+Special Session-4+Paper Title)
Prof. Yixin Yang, Northwestern Polytechnical University (China)
Biodata: Prof. Yixin Yang is a full professor of the School of Marine Science and Technology, Northwestern Polytechnical University (NPU), Xi’an, China. He is currently the Chair of the Underwater Acoustics Committee of the Acoustical Society of China and is a member of the Acoustical Society of America. His research interests include acoustic array signal processing, spectral estimation, and their applications. He has chaired and participated in more than 20 national and provincial scientific research projects, and published over 100 academic papers.
Dr. Long Yang, Northwestern Polytechnical University (China)
Biodata: Dr. Long Yang currently works in the School of Marine Science and Technology, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an, China. His research interests include acoustic array signal processing and sparse optimization theory.
Dr. Lu Wang, Southeast University, Nanjing (China)
Dr. Lu Wang currently works as a post-doctor in the Key Laboratory of Underwater Acoustic Signal Processing of Ministry of Education of Southeast University, Nanjing, China. Her general research interests lie in the areas of array signal processing and distributed source localization.