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Schedule in June 2015


Special Lecture: "An Introduction to Some Topics on Blind Signal Processing (BSP)"

Date and time: Monday, 8 June 2015, 15:00-16:00
Venue: Room 533, 3rd Floor, Building 5, Ohashi Campus, Kyushu University
Lecturer: Xizhi SHI (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
Organizer: Hideyuki TAKAGI (Kyushu University/ReCAPS)
Language: English

[Abstract] Blind signal processing (BSP) has been an active research area in signal processing because the “blind” property doesn't require apriori knowledge on either the signal or training data. As a powerful statistical signal processing method, BSP has been successfully used in many fields, such as processing of speech, images, wireless communications, EEG, and data compression. This talk consists of five parts: 1. Introduction, 2. Two valuable algorithm research, 3. Some interesting applications, 4. Recent related topics, and 5. Perspective.

It will be of particular interest to undergraduate students, graduate students, university instructors and research scientists in related disciplines.

Reference: Xizhi Shi, “Blind Signal Processing: Theory and Practice,” Springer (2011/10/10)


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