A research team from University of Information Technology and Communication
participates in an international conference for signal and image processing in India
A research team from University of Information Technology and Communication has participated in an international conference for signal and image processing that took place in India.
The team presented a scientific paper titled (Employing FPGA Accelerator in Real-time Speaker Identification Systems) which consists of a personnel ID recognition system by identifying their voice using Programmable Gates Arrays, and building an acoustic database for authorized persons.
The researchers have concluded that this system can be used in real-time environment based on parallel processing, and can be used in applications supporting disabled people and in security devices used in smart cities.
The university’s research team that consisted of Dr. Omran Moosa Hamodi (head of team), Dr.Haytham Sabah Hasan and Asst. Lect. Mohammed Abdulraheem Fadhel (members); has participated in the conference which is categorized in ISI and Scopus. The paper is to be published in (Springer Nature – Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing” (AISC) – Book Series).
The latter conference aimed for providing an edge for researchers seeking knowledge in signal and image processing, which consists of theories and practical algorithms used in devices specialized in converting signals gathered form natural or artificial information to a specific usable form.
Those signals can be speaking voice, sounds, images, videos, sensors data, remote measurement, ECG, and others, in order to show the latest inventions and technologies that serve humanity.