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Digital signal processing and multimedia (Algoritmi e applicazioni multimediali)


Denominazione del corso: Digital signal processing and multimedia (Algoritmi e applicazioni multimediali)
Corso di studi: I4T - Laurea magistrale in Ingegneria delle Telecomunicazioni
Quadrimestre/Semestre:
Anno:
Numero di moduli: 1
Crediti: 6
Ore: 60
Tipologia: B - Attivitą caratterizzanti
Struttura: monodisciplinare
Settore Scientifico Disciplinare: ING-INF/03 (Telecomunicazioni)

Docente: Claudia Rinaldi (60 ore). Titolo copertura: a contratto
Orario di ricevimento: On appointment.


Programma sintetico del corso:

The goal of this module is to provide the fundamental set of concepts, algorithms and solutions related to multimedia signals and content. On successful completion of this module, the student should understand i) the fundamental operations behind digital signal processing with a particular focus on frequency transforms and filtering, ii) relevant modern standards for representing audio, image and video signals depending on the specific application and related requirements. The students are asked to deal with both analysis of problems and design and developing of proper solutions from an algorithmic point of view (compression, watermarking and so on.). The module is tightly connected to the modules of Digital Communications, Embedded Systems, Radiopropagation, Telecommunication Networks II.

Programma esteso del corso:

Link Programma completo (PDF)    (Aggiornato il 21-12-2017)

1st Part: Signals and Signal Processing: Discrete Time Signals in the Time Domain Discrete Time Signals in the Frequency Domain Discrete-time Systems Finite-Length Discrete Transforms Z-Transform LTI Discrete Time Systems in the Transform Domain Digital Filter Structures IIR Digital Filter Design, FIR Digital Filter Design 2nd Part: multimedia algorithms: Audio, image and video signals representation standards and solutions Compression algorithms Speech coding Musical audio effects implementation


Testi consigliati:

Discrete-Time Signal Processing (2nd Edition) (Prentice-Hall Signal Processing Series), Alan V. Oppenheim, Ronald W. Schefer.

Sanjit K. Mitra, Digital Signal Processing, A computer Based Approach. McGraw-Hill International Edition. 4th edition

            
            
                         


Modalità d'esame:

Oral exam and presentation/discussion of a project work. Students are encouraged to carry out the project work in team.


Risultati di apprendimento previsti:

At the end of the course, the student should - have solid knowledge of digital signal processing techniques - have knowledge and understanding of algorithms for multimedia signal processing - understand and explain the complete procedure for multimedia signal processing and transmission - demonstrate skill in analyzing problems, elaborate appropriate written documentation and oral presentations of problems, solutions, and validation methods - demonstrate capacity for reading and understanding any textbooks and scientific papers on specific matters, with particular emphasis on research oriented literature and documents that describes standard systems


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