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Studienfächer / Studienrichtungen

  • WPF EEI-BA-INT ab Sem. 5
  • WPF EEI-MA-INT ab Sem. 1
  • WPF IuK-BA ab Sem. 5
  • WPF CME-MA ab Sem. 1
  • WPF ME-MA-SEM-EEI ab Sem. 3
  • WPF ASC-MA ab Sem. 1

Prerequisites / Organizational information

Prerequisite
A profound knowledge in digital and statistical signal processing is a mandatory requirement for participation. Therefore, we strongly recommend the attendance of the lectures ‘Digital Signal Processing’ and ‘Statistical Signal Processing’ in advance or in parallel to the seminar.

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We offer 12 seminar places which are assigned by the date of registration. Further interested students are put on a waiting list.

Inhalt

Signal Processing for Scene Analysis in Smart Homes

In this seminar, state-of-the-art concepts and methods for signal processing for scene analysis in modern smart homes are discussed, including localization and tracking of objects but also extraction and separation of acoustic sources. Since a smart home offers a plurality of sensor modalities, sensor fusion is also a highly relevant topic. Reflecting the current trend in research in this domain, many of the topics of this seminar are based on methods from artificial intelligence and machine learning.

This seminar is designed for Bachelor and Master programs in Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Information Technology (EEI), Information and Communication Technology (IuK), Industrial Engineering and Management (WING), Computational Engineering (CE), Communications and Multimedia Engineering (CME), Advanced Signal Processing and Communications Engineering (ASC) as well as related study programs.

It consists of three mandatory meetings:

1st meeting (mid November 2020): An introduction will be given and the individual topics are assigned to the participants.

2nd meeting (mid December 2020: The participants will give a brief presentation about the status of their work and hints for the final presentation are given.

3rd meeting (beginning of February): Each participant will give a presentation of 25 minutes and submit a report on his/her topic of 10 to 15 pages.

The exact dates and format of the meetings will be announced in due time.

All meetings and presentations will be given in English and the reports are expected to be written in English.

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Titel

Seminar on Selected Topics in Multimedia Communications and Signal Processing

Credits

2,5

Inhalt:

*Signal Processing for Scene Analysis in Smart Homes*


In this seminar, state-of-the-art concepts and methods for signal processing for scene analysis in modern smart homes are discussed, including localization and tracking of objects but also extraction and separation of acoustic sources. Since a smart home offers a plurality of sensor modalities, sensor fusion is also a highly relevant topic. Reflecting the current trend in research in this domain, many of the topics of this seminar are based on methods from artificial intelligence and machine learning.


This seminar is designed for Bachelor and Master programs in Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Information Technology (EEI), Information and Communication Technology (IuK), Industrial Engineering and Management (WING), Computational Engineering (CE), Communications and Multimedia Engineering (CME), Advanced Signal Processing and Communications Engineering (ASC) as well as related study programs.



It consists of three mandatory meetings:


*1st meeting (mid November 2020)*: An introduction will be given and the individual topics are assigned to the participants.


*2nd meeting (mid December 2020*: The participants will give a brief presentation about the status of their work and hints for the final presentation are given.


*3rd meeting (beginning of February)*: Each participant will give a presentation of 25 minutes and submit a report on his/her topic of 10 to 15 pages.


The exact dates and format of the meetings will be announced in due time.


All meetings and presentations will be given in English and the reports are expected to be written in English.


Zusätzliche Informationen

Schlagwörter: Signal Processing, Seminar

Erwartete Teilnehmerzahl: 12

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