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The Signals and Systems group is a chair from the Department of Electrical Engineering Mathematics and Computer Science(EEMCS) of the University of Twente in The Netherlands. We participate in the Centre for Telematics and Information Technology (CTIT) and the Institute for BioMedical Technology and Technical Medicine (MIRA)
The purpose of the chair Signals and Systems is to provide education and to perform research on signal processing and system design. Signals are considered to be carriers of information and can be 1-D time signals, 2-D images, 3-D data sets or 4-D moving structures. Systems are characterized, analyzed, designed and realized aiming at the processing of signals.
The research of the Signals and Systems Group is focussed on image processing and pattern analysis. This concerns complex high dimensional signals and systems and the development of methods for processing and analysing these signals. The research is applied in the following areas:
Side activities of SAS within the signal-processing domain are, for example, active noise control, and communications signal processing and coexistence research.
Last modified: 2013-05-07 (12:38) by Geert Jan Laanstra