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Sparse is compact and in press (special issue)

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Szeged University Memorial plaque in honor of Haar and Riesz All papers in press for the Special Issue of Signal Processing on " Multirate Filter Bank Structures and Multiscale Representations " (announced here at Nuit Blanche )  are now available online and published in Volume 91, Issue 12, December 2011 . 100 years after Alfred Haar seed, with the help of about 100 reviewers. While waiting for the paperback versions in the solid world, have a look at the following contributions in digital form, gathered on a dedicated page Signal Processing: Special issue on Advances in Multirate Filter Bank Structures and Multiscale Representations . They deal with 1-D signals to 2-D images, from image coding to compressive sensing, from fixed to adaptive representations, with a common bias toward sparsity. Forthcoming "call for papers" in 2011, related to sparsity, were gathered in a previous post: Sparse is abundant . A century after the first outbreak of wavelets in A