Signal processing

The group has particular strengths in Bayesian computational methodology, autonomy, decision support, data fusion, tracking, image processing, radar processing, acoustic analysis, text analytics, machine learning, behavioural analytics, simulation and energy-efficient hardware implementation. This group is lead by Professor Simon Maskell.

There are strong links between the signal processing research group and other initiatives:

Applications of current interest encompass a vast array of domains and include, for example, aerospace; bioinformatics; cybersecurity; e-health; food production; insurance; law enforcement; pharmaceutical; radar processing; surveillance of space; transport.

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