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We address the problem of sharpening low spatial-resolution multi-spectral (MS) images with their associated misaligned high spatial-resolution panchromatic (PAN) image, based on priors on the spatial blur kernel and on the cross-channel relationship. In particular, we formulate the blind pan-sharpening problem within a multi-convex optimization framework using total generalized variation for the blur kernel and local Laplacian prior for the cross-channel relationship.

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Recently, there has been growth in providers of speech transcription services enabling others to leverage technology they would not normally be able to use. As a result, speech-enabled solutions have become commonplace. Their success critically relies on the quality, accuracy, and reliability of the underlying speech transcription systems. Those black box systems, however, offer limited means for quality control as only word sequences are typically available.

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Construction of learning model under computational and energy constraints, particularly in highly limited training time requirement is a critical as well as unique necessity of many practical IoT applications that use time series sensor signal analytics for edge devices. Yet, majority of the state-of-the-art algorithms and solutions attempt to achieve high performance objective (like test accuracy) irrespective of the computational constraints of real-life applications.

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Time-based sampling of continuous-time signals is an alternate sampling paradigm in which the signal is encoded using a sequence of non-uniform instants time. The standard methods for reconstructing bandlimited and shift-invariant signals from their time-encoded measurements employ alternating projections type methods. In this paper, we consider the problem of sampling and perfect reconstruction of periodic finite-rate-of-innovation (FRI) signals using crossing time-encoding machine (C-TEM) and integrate-and-fire TEM (IF-TEM).

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The ubiquitous presence of non-stationarities in the EEG signals significantly perturb the feature distribution thus deteriorating the performance of Brain Computer Interface. In this work, a novel method is proposed based on Joint Approximate Diagonalization (JAD) to optimize stationarity for multiclass motor imagery Brain Computer Interface (BCI) in an information theoretic framework. Specifically, in the proposed method, we estimate the subspace which optimizes the discriminability between the classes and simultaneously preserve stationarity within the motor imagery classes.

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