Research at LCAV builds on Mathematical Signal Processing, the set of tools and algorithms in applied harmonic analysis that are central to the theory of signal processing. These include representations for signals (Fourier, wavelets, frames), sampling theory, and sparse representations.
The area of Audio Processing and Digital Acoustics deals with multi-channel acquisition, processing and rendering of audio signals including sound field sampling, synthesis and perception.
Spatial Signal Processing research focuses on problems such as acoustic and general localization, spatial diffusion and astronomy.
In the area of Image/Video Processing, we have on-going projects in image acquisition, image representations, and super-resolution. Applications include image annotation and augmented reality for mobile devices as well as high-quality acquisition and rendering techniques.
The work in the laboratory follows the Reproducible Research philosophy: all papers, source code and data sets are available for download