The research at ECE's DSP group is supported by government and industry grants totaling over $4 million annually and encompasses virtually all areas in the theory and implementation of DSP systems.
This research is supported by a network of state-of-the-art research laboratories.
We follow stringent publication ethics, and plagiarized papers are not published, and are withdrawn at any stage of the publishing process.
Plagiarism is not limited to the Results and Discussion sections; it can involve any part of the manuscript, including figures and tables, in which material is copied from another publication without attestation, reference, or permission.
Nearly half of the DSP faculty hold the prestigious title of IEEE Fellow, and are world renowned for their leadership and expertise.
DSP's faculty have authored or co-authored over 25 textbooks on DSP, which are studied at universities around the world.
Digital Signal Processing is at the core of virtually all of today's information technology, and its impact is felt everywhere -- in telecommunications, medical technology, radar and sonar, and in seismic data analysis.
The Digital Signal Processing Group at ECE operates the largest educational and research programs in the world in both size and impact.
Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement The Journal follows a double blind peer-review process.
The submitted articles / research papers are reviewed by Professors / Educators in Electrical field.