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10 years of news and resources for members of the IEEE Signal Processing Society

January 2010

IEEE SPS provides travel support for local chapters to invite SPS Distinguished Lecturers. And if you are interested in organizing a new SPS chapter, or participating in activities in a SPS local chapter near you, please check out Local Chapter Resources.

In recent years, there has been a significant motivation to develop software techniques for the noninvasive diagnosis of abnormal functioning of the vocal apparatus by studying the patients' voice signal. Learn about noninvasive pathology approaches for the prediction of healthy and affected voice signals from a recent Lecture Notes in the IEEE Signal Processing Magazine.

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