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People working in computer vision/graphics may have very different backgrounds: computer programming, high-performance computing, signal processing, image analysis, optimization, machine learning, etc. Novel contributions can be wide: from a very fast GPU/CPU algorithm to render textures (I had a reference in mind which I can't recall now) to semantic ...


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All g is doing is saying whether the area is closer to a circle (less flat) or a line (completely flat ellipse). Yes. No. $N(\mu, \sigma^2)$ is a distribution. You can say $$P_k \tilde{} N(\mu, \sigma^2)$$ read as $P_k$ is distributed normal, with mean $\mu$ and variance $\sigma^2$. To find a value for $P_k$ you need to generate a random number with the ...


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Could you please elaborate on why you would like to publish in a journal? One reason is that your work will be checked (hopefully) by competent reviewers and could be strengthened. @Peter K IEEE Signal Processing Letters suggestion is excellent, as per publication you can as well apply with the same paper to conferences like ICASSP or GlobalSIP (see section ...


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Getting work published in a high impact factor journal is quite a slog. If you're starting from not having presented at a conference etc. before, that's going to be an even bigger ask. However, it's not impossible. For IEEE journals, short notes about signal processing topics can be sent to the IEEE Signal Processing Letters journal. However, starting ...


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