Interested authors are invited to submit their most recent results in information theory and its applications, on topics including, but not limited to:
|• Error Control Coding||• Coding Theory and Practice|
|• Coded Modulation||• Data Compression and Source Coding|
|• Communication Systems||• Data Storage|
|• Detection and Estimation||• Mobile Communications|
|• Signal Processing||• Pattern Recognition and Learning|
|• Rate-Distortion Theory||• Multi-Terminal Information Theory|
|• Stochastic Processes||• Cryptography and Data Security|
|• Network Coding||• Applications of Information Theory|
|• Shannon Theory||• Quantum Information Theory|
Submission deadline: July 31, 2016 23:59 (UTC)
Acceptance notification: August 17, 2016
Authors who wish to present their work in the recent results poster session and to have their abstract included in the symposium proceedings should submit a one-page abstract on EDAS with a copyright transfer form by July 31, 2016.
Authors should use the same format as for regular ISITA papers, but with one page only. Note that a submitted abstract should be a final version; no revisions will be considered. Any flaw in format may lead to rejection.
Accepted abstracts will appear in the ISITA 2016 symposium proceedings after a formal review process. Acceptance notification will be sent by August 17, 2016. Poster abstracts will not appear in IEEE Xplore.
For Presenters of the Poster Session
A poster area of size 91 inches (231 cm) wide by 44.5 inches (113 cm) high is provided to the author(s) of each paper. The authors are strongly recommended to bring pushpins for attaching their poster on the board. At least one of the authors is required to stay near their poster during the session.