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Signal Processing Seminar

Tuomas Aittomäki

With the increasing demand for wireless communication with high data rates, more and more spectral resources are allocated for communication systems. This has lead to the risk of decreasing spectrum allocated exclusively for radars. As the use of radars is likely to increase in future, it is necesary to look at how radar and communication systems could co-exist. This talk is an overview of developments in shared use of spectral and hardware resources between these systems.

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MSc SS Thesis Presentation

Guillermo Ortiz Jiménez

Multidomain Graph Signal Processing: Learning and Sampling

Sparse sampling for tensors and graphs

MSc SS Thesis Presentation

Haidong Hao

Vessel Layer Separation of X-ray Angiographic Images using Deep Learning Methods

Fast solutions based on a fully convolutional network (FCN) trained by conventional loss or adversarial loss.

MSc TC Thesis Presentation

Feng Ma

Respiration monitoring based on information fusion from Impedance pneumography and Electrocardiography

With known respiration information, corresponding parameters in both time domain (respiratory rate) and frequency domain (respiratory power) can be extracted to indicate the health condition.

Signal Processing Seminar

Pim van der Meulen

Low-cost sparse sensing designed for specific tasks

Signal Processing Seminar

Tuomas Aittomäki

Tutorial on: Sum-of-squares Representation in Optimization and Applications in Signal Processing

Signal Processing Seminar

Krishnaprasad Nambur Ramamohan

Signal processing algorithms for acoustic vector sensors

Signal Processing Seminar

Farnaz Chamanzadeh

Accurate timing and positioning through an optical-wireless distributed time and frequency reference

Signal Processing Seminar

Aydin Rajabzadeh

manufacturing defect detection