The Multidimensional Signal  

Processing (MDSP) Research Group

Principal Investigator - Dr. Len Bruton, FRSC, FIEEE, P.Eng.
 


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Principal Investigator

Graduate Students

Research Topics

MPEG Demos

On-line Publications

Fractal Art Show & Awards

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Comments and Suggestions

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Research Topics

Our research group focuses on the theory and applications of multidimensional (MD) signal processing.  Current and past work has been internationally and nationally recognized and has received a number of international and national awards.

We carry out research on such topics as:

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The Group,  January 2004

 

Current Graduate Students

        Leila Khademi,     Don Dansereau,       Bernhard Kuenzle,      Mona Maini,       Arjuna  Madanayake

Some Past Graduate Students

Bentley Anderson,  M.Sc.,   Chad Dreveny  M.Sc.,     Remi Gurski  M.Sc.,     James Gordy,  M.Sc.  Margaret Cheng  M.Sc.,  Cameron Taylor  M.Sc.,  Chia-Luh Chung  M.Sc.,   Chris Kulach  M.Sc.,    Kazem Najafi  M.Sc.,    Mike Lazar  Ph.D.,   Roger Bertschmann  M.Sc. , Dave Jin  M.Sc.,   Yuejin Zhang  M.Sc.,  Steven Knudsen  Ph.D.,   Bo Liu, M.Sc.

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The Group, February 1995

 

Rear: Norm Bartley, Cam Taylor, Kazem Najafi, Chris Kulach, Andreas Dilger, Chia-Luh Chung.
Front: including Naoki Matsumoto, Len Bruton, Margaret Cheng.
 

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On-line Publications

On-line publications may be downloaded

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MPEG Demonstrations of our 3D Filter Research

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Fractal Art Show and Awards for this Web Site

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Financial Support

The MDDSP Research Group receives financial support from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Reseach Council (NSERC) of Canada and the University of Calgary.

The Group is located in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

 


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