RLE Research Groups

Digital Signal Processing Group

What is the future of signal processing?

  • Analog and digital algorithms interacting seamlessly together
  • Signal processing implemented using a combination of living cells, photons, and electrons
  • Nonlinear mathematics for new classes of signal processing algorithms and systems
  • Smart signals that “know” what processing needs to be done on them
  • New ways of defining and manipulating the information in signals

The research mission of the Digital Signal Processing Group is to creatively advance signal processing algorithms, gaining inspiration from new mathematics and unrelated physical disciplines. We let interesting problems architect their won course by pursuing speculative ideas inspired by virtually anything surrounding. Nothing is off limits.

Investigations:

Functional Composition and Decomposition
Conservation in Signal Processing
Tunneling in Signal Processing
Random Matrix Theory in Signal Processing

The group is led by Professor Arthur B. Baggeroer and Professor Alan V. Oppenheim

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