The AGH Signal Processing Group specialises in speech technologies, wavelet theory and signal compression. Another fields of our interests are natural language processing, soundtracing for computer games, DSP for telecommunication networks, devices and services, software for microprocessor systems used in the telecommunications, hardware image processing acceleration with the use of reconfigurable FPGA systems and medical image processing. The group consists of 7 academic staff members, 11 PhD students and several Master students.
USPTO granted a patent Speech recognition system and a method of using dynamic bayesian network models B. Ziółko and T.Jadczyk
Bartosz Ziółko visited Suzuki laboratory and Ito laboratory at Tohoku University as a part of RIEC International Symposium on Ultra Realistic Interactive Acoustic Communications 2016 where he gave a keynote speech.
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