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Asian Journal of Physics (ISSN 0971-3093)  Vol 26, Nos 3-4, April-May 2017 will be an Special issue

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Trends in Image Processing and Machine Learning

Edited by

Sidike Paheding


Recent developments in Image Processing and Machine Learning (IPML) have conveyed many advanced technologies that have been benefiting our daily lives. For instance, IPML have been successfully applied to communication systems, medical diagnosis, speech recognition, remote sensing and brain-machine interfaces.

With the advent of big data era, image processing as well as machine learning approaches become essential tools to effectively and efficiently analyze such large volume of complex data. Although significant progress has been achieved in both fundamental and application aspects, there are still many challenges, open questions and future research directions with very attractive perceptions.

The primary objective of this special issue is to advance development in IPML, and to address the related State-of-the-Art techniques in the form of mathematical, architectural and experimental aspects.

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There will be an award for Rs 10,000/= (Approximately US$ 200.00) for best paper of the opening issue

(25th Anniversary of Asian Journal of Physics Vol. 25 No 1, 2016)

Edited By

William T. Rhodes, John (Sean) Sheridan, Damien P. Kelly and Guohai Situis

Alieva, T. & Bastiaans, M.J. (2003).

Fractional cosine and sine transforms. Asian Journal of Physics, 12(1), 25-32. in Web of Science Cited 31 times

Asian Journal Of Physics is one of the dedicated journal to scholarly communication in the field of Physics. Over the years, it has witnessed the progress in the research and development in the various intricate aspects of Physics.

Dr R S Jayasree

Dr R S Jayasree

Assistant Editor, AJP

Honour to Dr R S Jayasree,  Assistant Editor, Asian J Phys

FELLOW OF ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY (FRSC)

Dr. R. S. Jayasree has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, UK. She is currently working as Scientist in Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology, Trivandrum and is heading the division of Biophotonics and Imaging. Her scientific contributions spans from spectroscopy, lasers in medicine to  photonics and nanobiophotonics.

She is Assistant Editor of AJP.

Asian Journal of Physics (ISSN 0971-3093)  Vol 26, No 2, Feb 2017 will be an Special issue

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Latest Advances in Interferometric and Non-interferometric 3D Imaging

Techniques and Applications

 

Edited by : George Nehmetallah and Jonathan Petruccelli

Three-dimensional imaging is used in a plethora of domains, such as 3D nonintrusive testing of cracks and fatigue in equipment, defect inspection, precision measurements, the monitoring of automated processes, 3D particle image velocimetry, 3D stress and deformation measurement, 3D microscopy of transparent phase objects for biomedical imaging, and holographic displays for the entertainment industry, just to name a few.

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Asian Journal of Physics (ISSN 0971-3093)  Vol 26, No 1, January 2017 will be an Special issue

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Recent advances in trap based precision measurement and application

Edited by

Manas Mukherjee

In recent years ion trap based precision measurement has made tremendous progress in strengthening our understanding of nature. A single or multiple ions in an ion trap after being laser cooled provides the best scenario of perturbation free quantum system. Therefore, it is being applied not only to perform precise quantum state manipulation but also to apply it for probing fundamental symmetries of nature like parity and time reversal. On one hand g-factor measurements on single particle has been performed with exceedingly high precision in Penning traps aiming to compare it with anti-proton, on the other hand ion clocks in Paul traps are becoming more and more precise competing neck-to-neck with optical lattice clocks. On the emerging side ion traps are the simplest devices to test the behaviour of matter close to quantum regime in particular pertaining to thermodynamics and quantum heat engines.

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Asian Chemistry Letters

Asian Chemistry Letters

Asian Chemistry Letters is serving in the field of Chemistry since more than 2 decades. The journal invites scholarly articles in the field of Chemistry and associated areas.