and updating information
the following points:
lists of references are non-exhaustive.
References are presented in reverse chronological order, never
according to their scientific value.
the job of collecting data has been performed by a single person, it
is unavoidable that unfortunately, some items are missing from the given lists.
There are multiple reasons to that: often the author had no
knowledge about the missing items, sometimes access to most recent
publications has been restricted (or the available data were not enough
to include them in the list), and finally, in order to preserve a
shorter list, often the choice of neglecting papers published more
than 10 – 20 years ago has been adopted.
Nevertheless, I can understand that some
authors may feel uncomfortable not to find their papers or books on
this site. Hence, I strongly encourage them to send me the missing
information (particularly recent publications) formatted according
to the following point.
To accelerate the updating
process, please present your contribution with the same syntax as
that adopted in the targeted list. For papers, please use Arial
fonts size=12, title in Bold and Italic, year of publication in
Bold, etc and don't forget to indicate the DOI for papers (or the ISBN for books).
the choice to put a particular
list into one category or another has been difficult. For instance,
most of the papers of the list on
that image degradation is due either to the effect of intrinsic
noise or to the noise coupled from nearby systems. According to the
former criterion, they must belong to
section, but considering the latter criterion, it is more
appropriate to include them into the
division. Since most recent papers refer to noise coupled from
neighbouring, the choice has been to put the
Processing file into
Consequently, when you didn't find
what you need in one section, please check the other section too.
All feedback is welcome.
Please don't hesitate to express your opinion, suggestions, etc.