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Signal Processing Everywhere—a Perspective on History, Synergies and Opportunities

AES Chapter Meeting

Author: Steve/Sunday, November 26, 2017/Categories: AES

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Event date: 11/28/2017 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM Export event

Signal processing techniques and technologies are truly ubiquitous in the
devices and services that we take for granted in this age of information. The Field of
Interest (FOI) of the IEEE Signal Processing Society
http://www.signalprocessingsociety.org/about-sps/scope-mission/ succinctly describes
the fundamental components and aims of what is, and likely to be in the foreseeable
future, broadly defined as signal processing. This statement also highlights the blurred
lines and convergence of approaches with a number of other fields such as computing,
information theory, communications and networking, data science, and machine
intelligence.
This talk will provide a perspective on the history of the development of modern signal
processing as manifested in the growth and technical diversification of the field and its
professional portfolio. A number of examples are provided to illustrate the trends in the
field and some likely future directions made possible by developments in sensing,
computational and communication technologies, and opportunities ranging from
entertainment to grand challenge problems in energy and health care.
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