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J-DSP Adaptive Signal Processing - Industry Primer, 2011

(Sponsored in part by NSF Award 0817596)

An industry workshop on Adaptive Signal Processing (adaptive filters) with J-DSP will be conducted on June 17, 2011 at the University Club in Arizona State University.


Adaptive signal processing: least squares, system identification, adaptive gradient algorithms, the LMS algorithm, the RLS algorithm, sequential and block algorithms, frequency-domain algorithms, adaptive noise and echo cancellation, applications to equalizers and smart antennas, Radar, spectral analysis, speech processing, forecasting.

Concepts will be illustrated using simulations with J-DSP, Matlab and LabVIEW.

Instructor: Dr Andreas Spanias (Bio available here.)

IMPORTANT: Advance registration is required but there is no charge for the workshop.
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