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The Information Processing Lab is engaged in designing and implementing algorithms of information technology and signal processing. The implementation of these methods in terms of certain computer-architectures and the integration as system-on-chip components is analyzed for different technical applications. While designing new methods, the interaction of algorithms and architectures becomes particular relevant but also the constraints of the concrete analyzed technical application (real time, noise, power consumption) will be incorporated.

Considered technical applications are:

  • Cooperative positioning in mobile Ad-Hoc networks
  • Positioning of RFID tags
  • OFDM systems with reduced cyclic prefix for LTE
  • Adaptive decoding of convolutional codes
  • Signal processing methods for electric power systems
  • Sparse matrix problems for network-on-hhip architectures
  • Convex optimization in communication problem
  • FPGA and ASIC Implementation of the derived methods