Special Issue "Recent Advances in Signal Processing and Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 April 2024 | Viewed by 186
Interests: computer architecture; digital system design; reconfigurable computing; embedded computing; deep learning; deep neural networks; signal processing
From analog to digital, signal processing is present in almost all domains where it is used to convert and transform data. Signal processing algorithms and techniques allow us to analyze and transform all types of data, such as audio, image, and video. The amount and diversity of data created and consumed is increasing quite quickly. Therefore, new algorithms are being proposed to deal with new data.
Signal processing is mostly digital and executed in software using a generic or graphics processor. With the utilization of more complex and computationally demanding algorithms, more powerful multi-core processors are being used. On the other hand, more computationally efficient solutions are being obtained by using dedicated hardware designed with application-specific integrated circuits or field-programmable gate arrays.
Signal processing is applied in many different applications: image processing, audio processing, speech recognition and synthesis, RADAR and LIDAR processing, model analysis, medical data analysis, weather forecasting, image classification, object detection, image segmentation, etc.
This Special Issue aims to collect studies on recent advances in signal processing and its applications. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
- Signal processing algorithms for image, data, and audio;
- Algorithms for LIDAR processing;
- Machine learning algorithms for signal processing;
- Signal processing with deep learning;
- New architectures for signal processing;
- Signal processing architectures in FPGA and ASIC;
- Algorithms for speech synthesis and translation;
- Signal processing on the edge;
- Signal processing on devices for the Internet of Things;
- New applications from novel signal processing algorithms;
- Other related topics.
Prof. Dr. Mário P. Véstias
Dr. Rui Policarpo Duarte
Manuscript Submission Information
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- signal processing algorithms
- signal processing devices
- smart signal processing
- signal processing applications