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Applied Signal Processing Systems

Technical Committee

The purpose of the Applied Signal Processing Systems Technical Committee (ASPS TC) is to promote and support activities of the IEEE Signal Processing Society in the areas of:

  • Efficient software, circuits and systems for signal processing, including Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC), novel processor architectures and programmable hardware such as Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) for signal processing applications.
  • Signal processing systems in the cloud, at the edge, on devices and the Internet-of-Things.
  • Signal processing system modelling, design and computer-aided design.
  • Experimental and emerging signal processing applications.

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