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  • Digital Image & Signal Processing
    Digital Image & Signal Processing

    29-30 April, 2019

    Held at St Hugh's College, Oxford University, United Kingdom

  • DISP'19 International Conference
    DISP'19 International Conference

    Largest Scientific Event Dedicated to Applied Signal Processing & Digital Image 

    29-30 April, 2019

ABOUT the DISP'19 CONFERENCE www.disp-conference.org The International Conference on Digital Image & Signal Processing (DISP’19) aims to investigate innovation applications and last researches in the areas of applied signal processing and digital image. read more
Topics Include
  • Signal Processing
  • Computer Vision
  • Image coding
  • Emerging Technologies
Conference Highlights All abstracts, full and short papers will be accepted through a double blind reviewed process and will be published electronically with ISBN in the conference proceedings ... read more
Publication & SI

Conference Features

Plenary Speakers

Important News

March 25, 2019:

Abstract submission will be closed on 02 April 2019  (Click here) 


March 25, 2019:

Accepted & Registered Papers have been announced (Click here) 


March 22, 2019:

Nearby Accommodations have been announced (Click here) 


November 19, 2018:

New keynote talks have been announced (Click here) 


September 22, 2018:

Extended versions of selected papers will be considered for publication in IEEE Transactions on CYBERNETICS (Click here)


August 28, 2018:

New Special Issues have been announced in SPRINGER NATURE APPLIED SCIENCES (SNAS) Journal. (Click here)


August 28, 2018:

Prof. Pier Luigi Dragotti confirmed to deliver a plenary speech in the DISP conference. (Click here)


August 26, 2018:

Extended versions of selected papers will be considered for publication in IEEE Transactions on Network Science and Engineering (Click here)


August 23, 2018:

New plenary keynote speakers have been announced (Click here)


August 15, 2018:

August 15, 2018: Welcome the new members of technical committee (Click here)

Conference Venue

Keynote Talks

Key Talk 001 (ID: 002) Human-machine perception, cognition and action: The processing of interdependent signals overturns traditional psychology.

William Lawless. (United States)


Key Talk 002 (ID: 004) Advances in Photonic Signal Processing.

Robert Minasian. (Australia)


Key Talk 003 (ID: 009) Imaging the structure, diversity and complexity of nerve cells in the human brain.

Alberto A. Rasia-Filho. (Brazil)


Key Talk 005 (ID: 021) Novel Design in Automatic Gain Controllers and Analog Multipliers.

Ali Daher. (Lebanon)


Key Talk 007 (ID: 027) Message in a Bottle - Content Object Uniqueness for Attribution.

William Simpson. (United States)


Key Talk 008 (ID: 029) Non convex optimization for Sparse MRI.

Fabiana Zama. (Italy)


Key Talk 009 (ID: 030) Granger causality concept applied to multivariate brain signals.

Katarzyna Blinowska. (Poland)


Key Talk 010 (ID: 032) Leveraging Computer Vision for Visual Recognition of Human Rights Abuses.

Klaus Mcdonald-Maier, Shoaib Ehsan and Grigorios Kalliatakis. (United Kingdom)


Key Talk 011 (ID: 033) A Computational Intelligence Model for Processing Lung Sounds.

Paris Mastorocostas, Costas Hilas and John Ellinas. (Greece)


Key Talk 012 (ID: 034) Machine Learning Applications for Early Warning Systems in Education.

Mariel F. Musso. (Argentina)


Key Talk 013 (ID: 037) A Study On Web Based Augmented Reality Application (WBARA) In Malaysian Pre-School.

Ts Dr Farahwahida Mohd. (Malaysia) 


Key Talk 014 (ID: 042) Which processor to use for efficient Digital Signal Processing in an Embedded System, which processor to use? Microcontroller, DSP, FPGA or GPU..

Naim Dahnoun. (United Kingdom)


Key Talk 015 (ID: 043) Determination of Bitumen Stone Coverage by Digital Image Processing..

Johan Blom and Hilde Soenen. (Belgium)


Key Talk 016 (ID: 047) EEG signal processing and machine learning for detecting and classifying Epileptic seizure activities.

Larbi Boubchir. (France)


Key Talk 019 (ID: 076) Multimodal Deep Learning EEG-EMG Data Fusion for Gesture Classification to Control a Prosthetic Hand.

Diego Faria. (United Kingdom)


Key Talk 020 (ID: 085) Data-driven Neural Architecture Learning for Financial Time-series Forecasting.

Dat Thanh Tran, Juho Kanniainen, Moncef Gabbouj and Alexandros Iosifidis. (Finland)


Key Talk 021 (ID: 094) PAVO: a Parallax based Bi-Monocular VO Approach For Autonomous Navigation In Various Environments.

Damien Vivet, Adrien Debord and Gaël Pagès. (France)


Key Talk 022 (ID: 121) Anticipation of epileptic seizures using distributed EEG signal processing.

Nejra Beganovic, Samed Jukic and Jasmin Kevric. (Bosnia and Herzegovina)


Key Talk 023 (ID: 143) Incremental learning based online SVMs for LiDAR sensory data analysis.

Zhiyuan Chen, Dinh Van Khoa Le and Sze Ker Chew. (Malaysia)


Key Talk 024 (ID: 147) On The Computing Of Definite Integrals By Using Of The Computing Of Indefinite Integrals.

Mehriban Imanova, Mehdiyeva Galina and Vagif Ibrahimov. (Azerbaijan)


Key Talk 025 (ID: 174) Diagnosis and human behavior modeling in railway network using operating data.

Vincent Dimanche, Alban Goupil, Alexandre Philippot, Bernard Riera and Gérard Gabriel. (France)


Key Talk 026 (ID: 178) If you aim at intelligent image processing, Beware of the pitfalls awaiting for you.

Emanuel Diamant. (Israel)


Key Talk 027 (ID: 227) Disparity-based HDR imaging.

Jennifer Bonnard, Gilles Valette and Céline Loscos. (France)


Key Talk 028 (ID: 229) The Introduction of Smart Grid concept in Russia (on the example of the Smart City “New Moscow”).

Vitaliy Bushuev, Dmitry Solovyov, Aleksey Adamtsevich and Liubov Shilova. (Russia)


Key Talk 030 (ID: 233) Secure communication system based on compressive sensing.

Lixiang Li, Lin Wang, Haipeng Peng and Guoqian Wen. (China)


Key Talk 031 (ID: 045) The Effects of Changing Water Content on Tissue Segmentation.

Ravi Bansal, Xuejun Hao and Bradley Peterson. (United States) .

Abstract, Short & Full Papers

Article 001 (ID: 018) A modification of Bressloff-Cowan spherical model of hypercolumn, conformal geometry and stability problem.

Dmitri Alekseevsky. (Russia) 


Article 002 (ID: 040) A Pilot Study of the Development of Sentiment Detection Over Malaysian Government Leader’s Twitter.

Siti Salwa Hasbullah Hasbullah, Farahwahida Mohd and Myzan Noor. (Malaysia) 


Article 003 (ID: 041) New trends in digital image.

Emanuel Guariglia. (Italy) 


Article 004 (ID: 051) New Tensor-based Tone Mapping-Robust Watermarking of HDR Imaging.

Yongqiang Bai, Mei Yu and Gangyi Jiang. (China) 


Article 005 (ID: 053) Design of Intelligent Detection and Tracking System In Anti-UAV Optoelectronic Module.

Rui Wang and Huajun Song. (China) 


Article 006 (ID: 055) Semi-supervised GAN for Multispectral Image Classification.

Hamideh Kerdegari, Manzoor Razaak, Vasileios Argyriou, Paolo Remagnino and Anish Khadka. (United Kingdom) 


Article 007 (ID: 056) A 5.25ps-resolution TDC on FPGA using DSP blocks.

Scott Tancock and Naim Dahnoun. (United Kingdom) 


Article 008 (ID: 057) Comparison Between Uniform and Nonuniform Interpolation Techniques for Digital Alias-free FIR Filtering.

Hikmat Darawsheh and Andrzej Tarczynski. (United Kingdom) 


Article 009 (ID: 061) A Spectrum Filtering Residual-Driven Detection Method for Time-varying Weak Signal in Heavily Noisy Environment.

Hengxu Zhang, Zongshuai Jin, Fang Shi and Vladimir Terzija. (China) 


Article 011 (ID: 070) Push-pull Feedback Implements Rough-to-fine Information Processing.

Xiao Liu and Si Wu. (China) 


Article 012 (ID: 072) Data hiding in video H.264 by motion vectors.

Masoud Dashtdar, Ahmad Keshavarz and Milad Esa Nezhad Bushehri. (Iran)


Article 013 (ID: 075) Mental Emotional Sentiment Classification with an EEG-based Brain-Machine Interface.

Jordan J. Bird, Aniko Ekart, Christopher D. Buckingham and Diego R. Faria. (United Kingdom) 


Article 014 (ID: 079) Genetic Sample Consensus for Reliable and Efficient Model Estimation.

Jianguo Wang and Hengyuan Tian. (Australia) 


Article 015 (ID: 080) Cognitive Radio Modulation and Coding Schemes using Convolutional Neural Networks.

Phui San Cheong. (China) 


Article 016 (ID: 082) Access cards app.

Nouf Alabdulqader. (Saudi Arabia) 


Article 017 (ID: 084) From Crowdsourcing to Participatory sensing: Image-based Ground Visibility for Aviation (Pilot Study).

Daniela Kratchounova and David Newton. (United States) 


Article 018 (ID: 085) Data-driven Neural Architecture Learning for Financial Time-series Forecasting.

Dat Thanh Tran, Juho Kanniainen, Moncef Gabbouj and Alexandros Iosifidis. (Finland) 


Article 019 (ID: 086) Wavelet based Fusing LBP and DCT for Ethnicity Identification from Facial Images.

Alan Abdulla and Hawkar Ahmed. (Iraq) 


Article 020 (ID: 087) Performance Comparison of Accelerated MVDR Beamformers for Medical Ultrasound Imaging.

Jayaraj Kidav, Liya K, Deepthy G S and N M Sivamangai. (India) 


Article 021 (ID: 088) Design and Application of Optimal Wavelet Coefficients in Speech Signals.

Zhang Lanyong and Zhu Shuai. (China) 


Article 022 (ID: 089) Real Time Scalable Multi-Channel Coincidence Counting System Using Time-to-Digital Converters.

Ekin Arabul, John Rarity and Naim Dahnoun. (United Kingdom) 


Article 023 (ID: 091) Machine learning supported image analysis of microfluidic droplets: Using Random Forest classifiers and Bayesian inference for identification of experimental conditions.

Carl-Magnus Svensson, Oksana Shvydkiv, Stefanie Dietrich, Lisa Mahler, Mahipal Choudhary, Thomas Weber, Miguel Tovar, Martin Roth and Marc Thilo Figge. (Germany)


Article 024 (ID: 093) 3D Object Detection Based on Spherical Projection.

Di Liu, Jonathan Li, Zhipeng Luo and Zhenlong Xiao. (China) 


Article 025 (ID: 094) PAVO: a Parallax based Bi-Monocular VO Approach For Autonomous Navigation In Various Environments.

Damien Vivet, Adrien Debord and Gaël Pagès. (France) 


Article 026 (ID: 095) RSSNet: Recurrent Sequential-Slice Network for deep feature learning and its application on 3D MLS point clouds recognition.

Zhipeng Luo, Jonathan Li, Di Liu and Zhenlong Xiao. (China) 


Article 027 (ID: 097) DDoS Detection Using Statistical Modelling.

Derya Erhan and Emin Anarım. (Turkey) 


Article 028 (ID: 099) Automatic Beta Angle Measurements in Ultrasonic DDH.

Areen Al.Bashir, Hala Amary, Fadi Rousan and Rami Jahmani. (Jordan) 


Article 029 (ID: 100) Feature selection of neural networks is skewed towards the less abstract cue.

Marcell Wolnitza and Babette Dellen. (Germany) 


Article 030 (ID: 102) A Novel Direct Reference Input Schmitt Trigger Design.

Ali Daher and Ali Haidar. (Lebanon) 


Article 031 (ID: 103) Generation of Sample Complex Wishart Distributed Matrices and Change Detection in Polarimetric SAR Data.

Allan Nielsen, Henning Skriver and Knut Conradsen. (Denmark) 


Article 032 (ID: 105) Entropy-Based DDoS Attack Detection Using Greedy Algorithm.

Çağatay Ateş, Süleyman Özdel and Emin Anarım. (Turkey) 


Article 033 (ID: 109) Conformal model of hypercolumns in V1 cortex and M\"obius group. Application to the visual stability problem.

Ddmitri Alekseevsky. (Russia) 


Article 034 (ID: 111) Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring Using Ensemble Empirical Mode Decomposition and Random Forest Classifier.

Dhiman Chowdhury Chowdhury and Md. Mehedi Hasan. (United States) 


Article 035 (ID: 112) Analysis by the Empirical Mode Decomposition of the Lightning Current Derivative and the radiated electric and magnetic fields waveforms which are simultaneously recorded by the CN Tower lightning measurement system.

Ouarda Nedjah and Ali M. Hussein. (Canada) 


Article 036 (ID: 113) Adopting DVB-M with Multiuser Detection Scheme for Mitigating Co-Channel-Interference in Small Cell 5G Systems.

Mete Ramazan and Hasan Amca. (Cyprus) 


Article 037 (ID: 115) A Deep Learning Algorithms Enabled Scheme for Colourimetric Test.

Marzia Tania, Khin T. Lwin, Antesar M. Shabut and M.A. Hossain. (United Kingdom) 


Article 038 (ID: 116) A Novel Method for Inferior Mirage Detection in Video.

Himanshu Kumar, Sumana Gupta and Venkatesh K. Subramanian. (India) 


Article 039 (ID: 119) Classification of Meningioma MRI Images Using First-Order Statistical Feature and Markov Random Field Modeling.

Flaviana and Risti Suryantari. (Indonesia) 


Article 040 (ID: 120) An Integrated Method for Myocardial Ischemia Segmentation using MRI.

Merjulah Roby and Chandra Jayaraman. (India) 


Article 041 (ID: 124) Immersion and patricipation: technological, aesthetic and social opportunities to overcome inequality through virtual reality.

Ulyana Aristova, Alexey Rolich and Alexanra Staruseva-Persheeva. (Russia) 


Article 042 (ID: 126) Deep Reinforcement Learning with VizDoom First-Person Shooter.

Dmitry Akimov and Ilya Makarov. (Russia) 


Article 043 (ID: 127) A review of machine learning techniques for applied eye fundus and tongue digital image processing with diabetes management system.

Wei Xiang Lim, Zhiyuan Chen, Amr Ahmed, Tissa Chandesa and Iman Liao. (Malaysia) 


Article 044 (ID: 130) Intelligent Aedes Mosquito Control and Monitoring System (i-MHS): Internet of Things (IoT) Approach.

Mustafa Man, Wan Aezwani Wan Abu Bakar, Wan Nural Jawahir Hj Wan Yussof and Lim Chee Hwa. (Malaysia) 


Article 045 (ID: 131) AedesApps: Image Processing Algorithm on Aedes Eggs Auto-Counting Mobile Apps.

Mustafa Man, Wan Aezwani Wan Abu Bakar, Wan Nural Jawahir Hj Wan Yussof, Mustafa Afanddi Mat Nor and Chee Hwa Lim. (Malaysia) 


Article 046 (ID: 132) Classification of Intentional Eye-blinks Using Integration Values of Eye-blink Waveform.

Shogo Matsuno, Minoru Ohyama, Hironobu Sato and Kiyohiko Abe. (Japan) 


Article 047 (ID: 136) Chaotic signals and bifurcations in the dynamical system of magnetized gyrostat-satellites.

Anton Doroshin. (Russia) 


Article 048 (ID: 140) A Machine Learning-Based Secure Face Verification Scheme and Its Applications to Digital Surveillance.

Huan-Chih Wang and Ja-Ling Wu. (Taiwan) 


Article 049 (ID: 141) Study of User-Centered Emotion Augmented Interaction Using Wearable Emotion Band “Emoband” in Augmented Reality Environments.

Jiyoung Kang. (South Korea) 


Article 050 (ID: 142) Python analyzing delayed payments in time-dependent deteriorating items.

V R Lakshmi Gorty. (India) 


Article 051 (ID: 145) A Secured Image Communication with Dual Encryption and Reversible Watermarking.

Sri Surya Teja Boppana and Long Ma. (United States) 


Article 052 (ID: 146) Participatory digitization services for library resources within knowledge city environments.

Zois Koukopoulos and Dimitrios Koukopoulos. (Greece) 


Article 053 (ID: 150) A study on additional information analysis method of voices used in FinTech.

Hyungwoo Park and Wonhee Lee. (South Korea) 


Article 054 (ID: 152) 4K Vector-Based Image Placeholders for the Web.

Robin Marx, Peter Quax and Wim Lamotte. (Belgium) 


Article 055 (ID: 154) New Radon Transform Based Texture Features of Handwritten Document.

Rustam Latypov and Evgeni Stolov. (Russia) 


Article 056 (ID: 157) 3D Robot Pose Estimation from 2D Images.

Christoph Heindl, Sebastian Zambal, Andreas Pichler, Josef Scharinger and Thomas Pönitz. (Austria) 


Article 057 (ID: 158) Graph-variate signal analysis for detecting spatio-temporal correlates of the enhanced signal in normal-appearing white matter one month after a mild stroke.

Keith Smith, Maria Valdes-Hernandez, Stephen Makin, Paul Armitage, Catherine Sudlow, Javier Escudero and Joanna Wardlaw. (United Kingdom) 


Article 058 (ID: 160) Digital image correlation and optical flow analysis based on the material texture with application on high-speed deformation measurement in shear cutting.

Christoph Hartmann and Wolfram Volk. (Germany) 


Article 059 (ID: 162) Study of Water Resistance of Nanochitosan-CNC Composite Film.

Mekro Permana Pinem, Erwann Guénin, Khashayar Saleh, Elisabeth Van Hecke, Danièle Clausse, Endarto Yudo Wardhono, Hadi Wahyudi, Sri Agustina and Frederic Nadaud. (France) 


Article 060 (ID: 163) A method based on texture feature and edge detection for people counting in a crowded area.

Songchenchen Gong and El-Bay Bourennane. (France) 


Article 061 (ID: 165) Data Processing In Complicated Noise Environment.

Serhii Vovk. (Ukraine) 


Article 062 (ID: 166) A new method for processing nuclear magnetic resonance signals during express control of the state of a condensed medium.

Nikita Myazin, Vadim Davydov, Angelina Moroz, Roman Davydov, Valentin Dudkin, Vasily Rud’ and Anton Pronin. (Russia) 


Article 063 (ID: 167) Big Data Analytics for Reducing Operation and Maintenance Cost in Nuclear Power Plants.

Carol Smidts, Marat Khafizov and Yunfei Zhao. (United States) 


Article 064 (ID: 168) Validating the Influence Model for Influence Maximization-Revenue Optimization.

Trisha Lawrence and Patrick Hosein. (Trinidad and Tobago) 


Article 065 (ID: 171) Road slippery detection based on CCTV cameras using convolutional neural network.

Dariusz Grabowski and Andrzej Czyzewski. (Poland) 


Article 066 (ID: 176) Peirce’s Existential Graphs and the property of distinguishing between diagrammatic and symbolic representation.

Takashi Sasaki. (Japan) 


Article 067 (ID: 177) Fusion of Adaptive Thresholding Rules and Bit Allocations during Wavelet-based Subband Noisy Image Compression.

Yury Bekhtin. (Russia) 


Article 068 (ID: 181) Development of the virtual game “Maze” in Unity 3d for Android.

Muhit Azybaev, Nurassyl Kerimbayev, Aliya Akramova and Almira Abdykarimova. (Kazakhstan) 


Article 069 (ID: 184) Improving the Accuracy of Intelligent Pose Estimation Systems Through Low Level Image Processing Operations.

Jannik Christian Lærkegård Pedersen, Mattias Foltmar Sander, Niklas Fruerlund Jensen, Jonas Lasham Lakhrissi, Mikkel Gede Hansen, Patrick Staalbo and Andreas Wulff-Abramsson. (Denmark) 


Article 070 (ID: 191) Inventing wheels: why improvements to established cluster algorithms fails to catch the wheel.

Ole Kristian Ekseth, Magnus Gribbestad and Svein-Olaf Hvasshovd. (Norway) 


Article 071 (ID: 193) Joint design approach for stereoscopic measurement systems.

Alexey Gorevoy, Alexander Machikhin, Vladislav Batshev and Vasily Koluchkin. (Russia) 


Article 072 (ID: 196) A Forensic Method Combining Steganalysis and Tamper Detection.

Zhe Liu, Ling Gao, Wenbo Wan, Jun Wang and Jiande Sun. (China) 


Article 073 (ID: 197) A new method of processing the pulse wave image in the rapid diagnosis of the human health condition.

Roman Davydov, Valery Antonov, Anna Grevtseva, Vadim Davydov, Michael Vysoczky, Alexey Cheremisin, Valentin Dudkin, Vasily Rud’ and Viktor Krasnoshchekov. (Russia) 


Article 074 (ID: 199) Personal Construct Theory for Integrating Users’ Inherent Image into Product Design.

Ahmed Agiel and Najeeba Kutty. (UAE) 


Article 075 (ID: 200) Unfavorable Effects on the Human Vision by Viewing Low-Quality Images Presented on High-Definition Displays.

Hiromu Ishio and Masaru Miyao. (Japan) 


Article 076 (ID: 201) Superresolution algorithms in applicative noise conditions using superpixel segmentation.

Sergey Savvin, Alexander Sirota and Alexander Ivankov. (Russia) 


Article 077 (ID: 206) Analysis of Resource allocation for Multiple UAV-aided Clustered Jointly Processed Cellular MAC.

Muhammad Imran Majid. (Canada) 


Article 078 (ID: 207) The formation of image of light-shadow boundary with a light degree of contrast in the refractometer.

Nadezda Grebenikova and Vadim Davydov. (Russia) 


Article 079 (ID: 209) Detection of Shocking Images As One-Class Classification Using Convolutional And Siamese Neural Networks.

Pavel Gulyaev and Andrey Filchenkov. (Russia) 


Article 080 (ID: 210) Features of the formation of the optical image of the magnetic field lines in the interpolar space.

Semen Logunov, Vadim Davydov, Artem Koshkin, Alexey Cheremisin, Valentin Dudkin, Vasily Rud’, V Krasnoshchekov and Artem Markaryan. (Russia) 


Article 081 (ID: 211) Digital Rock Image Clustering Based On Their Feature Extracted Via Convolutional Autoencoders.

Yunfeng Bai and Vladimir Berezovsky. (Russia) 


Article 082 (ID: 214) Handwriting Recognition with Improved Gated Recurrent Neural Networks.

Arseniy Nerinovsky and Andrey Filchenkov. (Russia) 


Article 083 (ID: 216) Contour Codewords Temporal Consistency Based Small Moving Infrared Target Detection.

Fan Zhao, Sidi Shao, Tingting Wang, Erhu Zhang and Guangfeng Lin. (China) 


Article 084 (ID: 217) Recent Developments in Data Science: Comparing Linear, Ridge and Lasso Regressions Techniques Using Wine Data.

Mayooran Thevaraja, Azizur Rahman and Mathew Gabirial. (Australia) 


Article 085 (ID: 218) Recognition of gestures with the help of images.

Nurbol Beisov, Nurassyl Kerimbayev and Alma Turganbayeva. (Kazakhstan) 


Article 086 (ID: 219) Multimodal biometrics: multilevel fusion of ear and face.

Himanshu Purohit and Pawan K Ajmera. (India) 


Article 087 (ID: 223) A Concept of Automatic Film Color Grading Based on Music Recognition and Evoked Emotions.

Dawid Weber and Bozena Kostek. (Poland) 


Article 088 (ID: 225) Assessment of consciousness level employing pictorial gaze estimation and EEG signal analysis.

Adam Kurowski and Andrzej Czyzewski. (Poland) 


Article 089 (ID: 226) Automatic Transcription of Speech to International Phonetic Alphabet Employing Acoustical and Facial Motion Capture Data.

Szymon Zaporowski, Bozena Kostek and Andrzej Czyzewski. (Poland) 


Article 090 (ID: 232) Novel Artificial Human Optimization Field Algorithms – The Beginning.

Hassan Mustafa and Satish Gajawada. (Egypt) 


Article 091 (ID: 233) Secure communication system based on compressive sensing.

Lixiang Li, Lin Wang, Haipeng Peng and Guoqian Wen. (China) 


Article 092 (ID: 256) Effects of architecture on the electrical characteristics of transistors fabricated according to BICMOS technology.

Asma Benchiheb and Farida Hobar. (Algeria) 


Article 093 (ID: 099) Automatic Beta Angle Measurements in Ultrasonic DDH.

Areen Al.Bashir, Hala Amary, Fadi Rousan and Rami Jahmani. (Jordan) 


Article 094 (ID: P03) Control of alternative energy to achieve sustainable development.

Khawla Hussein Hamdan and Hanan Abdulameer Kadhim Al-musawi. (Iraq) 


Article 095 (ID: P07) Automatic and Adaptive Signal- and Background-ROIs with Analytic-Representation-based Processing for Robust Heart-rate Estimation by a Webcam.

James John,Syam Krishna and Ramesh R. Galigekere. (India) 


Article 096 (ID: 169) The Development of Computer Graphics and Visualization.

Shunpeng Zou, Xiaohui Zou, Xiaoqun Wang, Qiang Yang, Jian Li and Lijun Ke. (China)

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