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.
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- M. Igras, B. Ziółko “Detection of sentence boundaries in Polish based on acoustic cues”, Archives of Acoustics (IF), 2016,
- A. Smywiński-Pohl, B. Ziółko “Application of Morphosyntactic and Class-based Language Models in Automatic Speech Recognition of Polish”, International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools (IF = 0.393),
Bartosz Ziółko was one the chairs of just finished Workshop on processing of Emotions, Decisions and Opinions EDO 2015. The Best Paper Awarde went to Marek Krawczyk, Rafal Rzepka and Kenji Araki.
Bartosz Ziółko and Szymon Pałka gave invited speech about soundtracing on Extended Games Day in Stuttgart conference.