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Update on Saturday, 26 July 2014: The paper submission deadline of MIC-SigProc 2014 in Dubai, UAE (submit papers here) has been extended to Saturday, 8 August 2014. Kindly note that all presented papers of Mosharaka International Conferences (both past and forthcoming) have been approved for inclusion in Google Scholar. Kindly note also that all future Mosharaka International Conferences, including MIC-SigProc 2014, are being considered for indexing by both Scopus and Compendex.
3rd International Conference on Communications and Signal Processing
Belgrade, Serbia 5-7 April 2013
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Paper submissions at MIC-CSP 2013 have closed on Sunday, 17 February 2013.
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Welcome to the 3rd International Conference on Communications and Signal Processing (MIC-CSP 2013). This event is intended to represent a major forum for researchers, engineers and students from all over the world to meet in Belgrade to present their latest research results and to exchange new ideas and practical experience in the following major areas:

  • CSA: Communication Systems and Applications
  • CNA: Communication Networks and Applications
  • SPA: Signal Processing and Applications
  • WIT: Web and Internet Technologies
  • eHTM: e-Health and Tele-Medicine
  • PMC: Policy Management and Charging
  • CTT: Communications in Transport and Traffic

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