SPDemo - Speech & Audio Processing Learning Tool  
SPDemo is an assisting tool for teaching speech & audio processing techniques (with emphasis on compression). Using SPDemo one can select from a variety of speech & audio processing techniques and parameters in a straightforward and simple way. The results of this processing are shown both numerically and graphically, in order to ease the analysis of the data. The purpose of SPDemo is to enable experiments with different audio & speech processing algorithms without actually implementing them. For this reason, both ease of use and simplicity have been a main concern.
Submitted: Oct 24, 2004
Applied Wavelet Analysis Courses  
This site contains information on some applied wavelet analysis courses. Each course includes the book, as well as a recent and extensive set of typeset lecture notes explaining some of the most important newer developments in wavelet analysis, with MATLAB examples.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
DSP a Computer Science Perspective  
Full-length text on DSP for Computer Science and general science students, rather than engineers. Focuses on algorithms, DSP processors, and applications in digital communications and speech processing.
Submitted: Oct 04, 2001
Compression for Digital TV - Course  
This course provides video engineers with a thorough overview of the technologies used in digital television, with an emphasis on video compression for both storage and transmission. It examines the fundamental tools of compression and shows how these are combined to provide today's compression standards. The course is not intended for designers of compression systems, but for video engineers who will find compression as an element of almost every video system in the future. Other aspects of digital television, including audio compression, transport streams, multiplexing, MPEG switching, digital transmission, etc., are briefly discussed.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
The Texas A&M DSP Lab  
Digital Signal Processing(DSP) consists of techniques and algorithms for the manipulation of digital signals. Recently there has been a considerable increase in DSP applications mainly due to the availability of cost-effective and computationally efficient DSP microprocessors... There is and will be a high demand for graduates with DSP knowledge and implementation skills in the industry. The Department of Electrical Engineering has recognized this need by offering a DSP educational program with the support of Texas Instruments. Interested students should contact Dr. N. Kehtarnavaz, Program Director. Links: Suggested Coursework, DSP Lab, Faculty, Current Research Assistants, Thesis, Dissertation and Papers.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Signal Processing at Princeton  
This page provides a gateway to information about activities in the areas of Signal, Image, and Video Processing in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Princeton University, with links to other related activities at Princeton.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Texas Instruments - DSP University Programs  
This site was built to provide educators with assistance in all phases and with all matters concerning the integration of digital signal processing into course curricula and into research. The TI DSP University Program is committed to encouraging continued excellence in the area of digital signal processing.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
IPS Lab  
The Information Processing Systems (IPS) Laboratory in the Department of Electrical Engineering at The Ohio State University is a collaborative research and education environment in which both basic research and applied projects are pursued in the areas of wireless communication, speech processing, data compression and classification, and statistical signal processing.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
ELEC 0547 Course Information  
This course provides an introduction to the theory and application of digital signal processing. Upon completion of the course, the student should have a solid foundation in basic digital signal processing.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Tampere International Center for Signal Processing (TICSP)  
Tampere International Center for Signal Processing (TICSP) is an institute created to provide a proper environment for a rapid transfer of the latest ideas between first-class researchers in industry and academia. It is founded by the Department of Information Technology in connection with the Signal Processing Laboratory (SPL) and the Digital Media Institute (DMI) of Tampere University of Technology (TUT). TICSP activities include short courses, seminars, small interest group meetings, and workshops. TICSP organizes visits which contribute to an ongoing signal processing workshop in the form of a series of seminars.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Institut Eurecom  
Specializing in communications and network engineering, Institut Eurecom is an academic and research institute. It offers a three-semester education program in communications systems, in which students can specialize in either corporate, mobile or multimedia communications. It is also one of the leading European centers in advanced communications and networking research. Institut Eurecom is located near the French River in Sophia-Antipolis, a major European region for telecommunications research and development.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003

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