This course aims to facilitate the learning of the covered subjects by students of several disciplines such as multimedia signal communication, digital signal processing and networking. Moreover, this course may also be used by academic, institutional or industrial professionals, in order to support the development of multimedia communication systems.
Multimedia signal processing and communications provide authoritative insight into recent developments in multimedia, digital communications, and networking services and technologies. The applications of multimedia signal processing in information and communication technology are pervasive and include multimedia technology, cellular mobile communication, adaptive network management, radar, pattern recognition, medical signal processing, financial data forecasting, artificial intelligence, decision making systems, control systems and search engines. The approach used in this course aims to provide an accessible text to the theory and applications of DSP. This is an ambitious task as signal processing covers such a wide range of topics that it would take several volumes to cover the entire subject area.
Supplying the students with the required foundation in these areas, it illustrates the means that will allow for improved digital communications and networks. It facilitates the understanding required to participate in the development of current and next generation multimedia signal processing and communication.
|Final Examination||60 Marks||60%|