The Department of ECE, Amrita School of Engineering, Bengaluru conducted a national workshop in “Trends and Developments in Signal Processing and its Applications (TDSPA-13)” on 27th A good participation was observed from the faculty and delegates of other institutes. The program was to give the inputs to the audience about the changing trends in the field of signal processing.27th April and 28th April.

Saturday, April 27, 2013 - 09:00
The event began with a prayer song by Ms. Grishma,student 2nd year EIE The welcome address was given by Ms Shika Tripathi,Chair ,ECE Dept. She gave a brief itenary on the details of workshop. The first speaker of the event was Ms Hema Murthy, CSEDept;IIT Madras. She spoke on Group Delay Processing of Speech Signals. She gave a thorough technical explanation of this. A further understanding of Fourier transform based representation of the signals was depicted. A novel feature extraction method using phase and how group delay functions served the purpose...
Sunday, April 28, 2013 - 09:00
First speaker was Charles Domnique and he spoke on the topic music feature extraction using digital signal processing. He told that sounds are traditionally described by their pitch, loudness, duration, and timbre. Of all the components it is pitch that is the differencing factor and important aspect in Music Information Retrieval (MIR). Another factor is classification process of genres for simplified version of removing the noise constraints involved in it. Dr.Narayana Dutt from I.I.Sc was the next speaker. He focused on Nonlinear Processing Techniques for the...
Saturday, April 27, 2013 - 09:00
Dr.Hema A. Murthy (Professor, Dept of CSE, IIT Madras) Invited Guest - her highlighted points in the seminar Group Delay Processing Speech Signals ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Traditionally the information in speech signals is represented in terms of features derived from the short-time Fourier analysis. In this analysisthe features extracted from the magnitude of the Fourier transform (FT)are considered, ignoring the phase component. Although the significance ofthe FT phase was highlighted in several studies...
Event Details
2013-04-27 09:00 to 2013-04-28 16:30
School of Engineering