Some EUSIPCO 2010 Papers

There were a lot of excellent papers at the recent EUSIPCO conference, and it would have been nice to summarize each one on the day I saw it presented; but believe it or not the hotel at which I stayed did not offer free wireless, and so I watched Gordon Ramsey fix yet another problematic restaurant with his “fowl language,” and how easy it is to buy antibiotics in some European countries and not others, and several episodes of Seinfeld. And so now I feel refreshed and excited to dig into my stack of new papers. I will review in the coming days the following intriguing papers:

  • C. Herzet and A. Drémeau, “Bayesian pursuit algorithms,” in Proc. European Signal Process. Conf., (Aalborg, Denmark), pp. 1474-1478, Aug. 2010.
  • M. Rosa-Zurera, M. Jarabo-Amores, R. Gil-Pita, E. Alexandre, and L. Cuadra, “Application of diametrical clustering to tree-based matching pursuit for sinusoidal modeling,” in Proc. European Signal Process. Conf., (Aalborg, Denmark), pp. 1306-1310, Aug. 2010.
  • S. F. Cotter, “Weighted voting of sparse representation classifiers for facial expression recognition,” in Proc. European Signal Process. Conf., (Aalborg, Denmark), pp. 1164-1168, Aug. 2010.
  • T. L. Jensen, J. O. stergaard, J. Dahl, and S. H. Jensen, “Multiple descriptions using sparse decompositions,” in Proc. European Signal Process. Conf., (Aalborg, Denmark), pp. 110-114, Aug. 2010.
  • Y. Panagakis, C. Kotropoulos, and G. R. Arce, “Sparse multi-label linear embedding nonnegative tensor factorization for automatic music tagging,” in Proc. European Signal Process. Conf., (Aalborg, Denmark), pp. 492-496, Aug. 2010.
  • M. Genussov and I. Cohen, “Musical genre classification of audio signals using geometric methods,” in Proc. European Signal Process. Conf., (Aalborg, Denmark), pp. 497-501, Aug. 2010.
  • A. Nagathil, T. Gerkmann, and R. Martin, “Musical genre classification based on highly-resolved cepstral modulation spectrum,” in Proc. European Signal Process. Conf., (Aalborg, Denmark), pp. 462-466, Aug. 2010.

This is maybe one fifth of the stack that I printed, but it is a good start.

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