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Research Seminars (Historical)

This page lists Centre for Digital Music seminars and related events up to August 2009.

For current seminars, and recent seminars since September 2009, see:

2009

Wednesday 12 August 2009, 14:00, Room 105
Making music synchronization more accurate and chroma features more robust to timbre changes
Sebastian Ewert, Bonn University

Wednesday 29 July 2009, 14:00, Room 105
Intelligence? It is already in the sound!
Vincent Verfaille

Tuesday 2 June 2009, 15:00, Room 105
Less is more: sparse representations for audio
Laurent Daudet, Musical Acoustics Group, D'Alembert Institute for Mechanical Engineering, University Pierre-and-Marie-Curie - Paris 6

Wednesday 20 May 2009, 15:00, Room 105
Recovering some statistical information of Room Impulse Responses using Matching Pursuit
Guillaume Defrance, Institut Jean Le Rond d'Alembert

Wednesday 13 May 2009, 14:00, Room 105
Making Sense of Music Therapy - Can Computational Music Analysis Help?
Elaine Streeter, Queen Mary University of London

Wednesday 6 May 2009, 15:00, Room 105
Modeling Expression: An Empirical Analysis of Recordings of Brahms’ Cello Sonatas
Ju-Lee Hong Goldsmiths, University of London

Wednesday 22 April 2009, 16:00
RjDj
Michael Breidenbruecker and Andy Farnell

Tuesday 25 March 2009, 16:00, Room 105
What's in your musical DNA?
Antony Pitts, Royal Academy of Music

Wednesday 25 Feburary 2009, 14:00, Room 105
BodyScape
Di Mainstone

Tuesday 24 February 2009, 14:45, Room 105
Blind Source Separation for Real-World Speech Applications
Hiroshi Saruwatari, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan

Wednesday 11 February 2009, 14:00, Room 105
Exploration and Mapping of Sound Synthesis Feature Vector Space
Martin Roth and Matthew Yee-King

Friday 30 January 2009, 15:00, Room 105
The Long Tail or the Long Fail of Music Recommendation?
Oscar Celma, Music Technology Group (MTG), Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona (Spain)

Wednesday 28 January 2009, 14:00, Room 105
SuperCollider user-group meeting
For details, see this Facebook page [login required] or contact Dan Stowell.

Tuesday 27 January 2009, 14:45, Room 105
Adaptive Learning in a World of Projections
Prof. Sergios Theodoridis, Dept. of Informatics and Telecommunications University of Athens, Greece. (Distinguished Lecturer, IEEE SPS)

Wednesday 21 January 2009, 16:00, Room 105
Towards an Embodied Music Experience - how music and motion can lead to innovative applications
Dr. Michiel Demey, Institute for Psychoacoustics and Electronic Music Ghent University, Belgium

Monday 19 January 2009, 16:15, Room 105
MixCloud goals: Enhancing the Personalisation and Discovery of Radio Content
Nikhil Shah, MixCloud Ltd

2008

Digital Music Research NetworkTuesday 16 December 2008
DMRN+3: Digital Music Research Network One-day Workshop 2008
Venue: Mile End

18 October 2008
Workshop on Multi-camera and Multi-modal Sensor Fusion: Algorithms and Applications
(in conjunction with the 10th European Conference on Computer Vision - ECCV 2008)
Venue: Marseille, France
(Co-Chaired by Andrea Cavallaro, Queen Mary, University of London)

Monday 13 October 2008, 14:00, Room 203
AXIS - an Acquisition eXchange Indexing Structuration for audio content
Michel Merten and Philippe Scohy, Memnon Archiving Services

Tuesday 7 October 2008, 15:00, Room 105
Microstructure Bias and Multiscale Inference
Prof Sofia Olhede, Department of Statistical Science, University College London

Monday 6 October 2008, 16:00, Room 105
The Geometry of Compressed Sensing: A Tale of Three Polytopes
Jared Tanner, School of Mathematics, University of Edinburgh

Thursday 31 July 2008, 16:00, Room 105
Speech Separation in Cell Phones
Ahmed H. Tewfik
(Fellow IEEE), University of Minnesota, USA

29 July - 1 Aug 2008
VIE2008: 5th IET Visual Information Engineering Conference
Venue: Xi'an, China
(Co-Chaired by Ebroul Izquierdo, Queen Mary, University of London)

Wednesday 16 July 2008, 16:00, Room 105
Social music meets the Semantic Web
Alexandre Passant,
LaLIC, Université Paris-Sorbonne, France

Monday 30 June 2008, 14:00, Room 105
Active Music Listening Interfaces Based on Music-Understanding Technologies
Masataka Goto, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan

18-20 June 2008
CBMI-2008: 6th International Workshop on Content-Based Multimedia Indexing
Venue: Mile End

9-11 June 2008
Fundamentals of System Design, Implementation, and Optimization
[3-Day Meyer Lecture, hosted by Centre for Digital Music and London Student Section of the Audio Engineering Society]
Venue: Mile End
Free, but registration is required: see http://meyersound.com/education/

Thursday 5 June 2008, 19:00 - 21:00
Sorted Sounds
The Centre for Digital Music (C4DM) showcases our work at the Dana Centre in the Science Museum
Free, but must pre-book and be over 18 [More information]

Wednesday 4 June 2008, 16:00, Room 105
Towards Mobile Music Edutainment: A Multimedia Approach
Ye Wang, National University of Singapore

Monday 19 May 2008, 14:30, Room 105
Macro Sound
Sinan Bökesoy, Université Paris VIII, France

Wednesday 14 May 2008, 16:00, Room CS338 (Computer Science Department)
Simultaneous estimation of chords, key and downbeats from an audio file
Hélène Papadopoulos, IRCAM, Paris, France

Tuesday 29 April 2008, 16:00, Room 105
The OYEZ Project: How sport empowered the world's largest group spoken-word corpus
Professor Jerry Goldman, Director of the Oyez Project and Professor of Political Science at Northwestern University, USA

Wednesday 9 April 2008, 4:00pm, Room 105
Integrating Context and Content to Search for Music via Natural Language Queries
Peter Knees, Department of Computational Perception, Johannes Kepler University Linz

Wednesday 27 February 2008, 4:15pm, Room 105
Poolcasting - a Social Web Radio for Group Customisation
Claudio Baccigalupo, Artificial Intelligence Research Institute (IIIA-CSIC), Barcelona (Spain)

Thursday 14 February 2008, 4:15pm, Room 105
Gabor Analysis and Gabor Multipliers with a Musical Signal Processing Perspective
Prof Hans G. Feichtinger, Numerical Harmonic Analysis Group, University of Vienna, and Leverhulme Trust Visiting Professor at the University of Edinburgh

2007

Digital Music Research Network18 December 2007
DMRN+2: Digital Music Research Network One-day Workshop 2007
Venue: Mile End

28 November 2007, 3.30pm - 7.30pm
Postgraduate Open Evening
Venue: Mile End Campus

Wednesday 28 November, 4:00pm, Room 105
How Digital Discovery Works: Deciding what to listen to next in a world of infinite choice
David Jennings, Director of DJ Alchemi Ltd

Friday 16 November 2007, 11:30am [Note time], Room 105
Three new methods for MEG/EEG signal analysis and denoising
Alain de Cheveigne, "Audition" team, Department of Cognitive Sciences, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France

Wednesday 14 November 2007, 4:00pm, Room 105
In Search of the Goosebump Factor - A Blueprint for Emotional Music Recommenders
Stephan Baumann, Competence Center Computational Culture (C4), German Research Center for AI in Kaiserslautern (DFKI)

Tuesday 13 November 2007, 2:30pm, Room 105
Monaural Acoustical Scene Analysis through Harmonic-Temporal Clustering of the Power Spectrum
Jonathan Le Roux, ENS, Paris, France & University of Tokyo, Japan

Monday 5 November 2007, 4:30pm, Room 105
Surround Perspective
Jeff Levison, DTS Consultant / Levison Audio

Wednesday 31 October 2007, 4:00pm, Room 105
Digital Transformation in the Imaging Industry - Impact on Kodak Research
Alan Payne, Operations Manager & Photographic Projects Manager, Kodak European Research, Cambridge

Wednesday 17 October 2007, 4:00pm, Room 105
A Loosely Coupled framework for real time music analysis based on publish/subscribe messaging
John Ibbotson, IBM, Winchster

Monday 8 October 2007, 4:00pm, Room 105
Designing a Content-Based Music Search Engine
Doug Turnbull, University of California, San Diego

9-12 Sept 2007 [Conference]
ICA 2007: 7th International Conference on Independent Component Analysis and Signal Separation
Venue: Mile End

5-7 Sept 2007 [Conference]
AVSS 2007: IEEE International Conference on Advanced Video and Signal based Surveillance
Venue: Mile End

Tuesday 4 September 2007, 3:30pm, Room 304 [Note unusual room]
Bayes Optimality in Pattern Recognition: Why pattern recognition algorithms work, do not work, and can be made to work
Prof. Aleix M. Martinez, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Ohio State University (OSU)

Tuesday 7 August 2007, 2:00pm, Room 105
Multi-Object Filtering Techniques for Multi-Target Tracking
Daniel Clark, Signal Processing Lab, University of Cambridge

Wednesday 1 August 2007, 4:00pm, Room 105
GAD Signal Processing (GSP): Sinusoidal analysis of signals
Martin Simpson and Jonathan Stuart, GAD Group Ltd

Wednesday 25 July 2007, 1:00pm, Room 209
Latent identity variables for face recognition: from distance based methods to probabilistic inference
Simon Prince, Department of Computer Science, University College London (UCL)

Wednesday 11 July 2007
Similarity Measurements in Chopin Mazurka Performances
Craig Sapp, CHARM / Royal Holloway, University of London

25-27 June 2007 [Conference]
31st AES International Conference: "New Directions in High Resolution Audio"
Venue: Mile End

Friday 8 June 2007, 4:00-5:00pm, Room 105
Structured Non-Negative Matrix Factorization
Hans Laurberg, Aalborg University, Denmark

Thursday 7 June 2007, 4:00-6:00pm, Room 207
IEEE Student Branch Launch Event
For more information, contact Martin Huang (zhijia.huang@elec.qmul.ac.uk)

Wednesday 6 June 2007, 4:00pm, Room 105
A retrospective look at Greenstone: Lessons from the first decade
David Bainbridge, University of Waikato, New Zealand.

Friday 1 June 2007, 4:00pm, Room 105
MusicBrainz: Tearing Down Walled Gardens in the Music Industry
Rob Kaye, Founder, MusicBrainz; President & Exec Director, MetaBrainz Foundation

Wednesday 30 May 2007, 4:00pm
Performing Brahms: an analysis of similarities in cello playing styles on record
Ju-Lee Hong, Goldsmiths, University of London

Wednesday 9 May 2007, 4:00pm
Magnatune, an online record label that isn't evil
John Buckman, founder/owner, Magnatune

Friday 4 May 2007, 3.30pm, Room 105
Vision for Human-Computer Interaction
Prof Stefan Winkler, Interactive Multimedia Lab, National University of Singapore (NUS)

Wednesday 2 May 2007, 4:00pm, Room 338, Computer Science Department
Last.fm: how to organize digital music in a large social network
Norman Casagrande, Head of Music Research, Last.fm

Thursday 26 April 2007
Research Open Day
Venue: The Octagon, Mile End

Wednesday 25 April 2007, 4:00pm [C4DM Seminar]
Introduction to Audio for Games
Michael Kelly, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe

Thursday 12 April 2007, 7:00pm [Booking essential]
Future of Sound Tour 2007
Venue: The Octagon, Mile End

Thursday 22 March 2007, 6:00pm [Booking essential]
Multiple Futures of Sound
Lecture given by Martyn Ware (Ilustrious Company)
Venue: Mason Lecture Theatre, Francis Bancroft Building, Mile End

Wednesday 7 March 2007, 4:00pm, Room 105
Towards Autonomous Agents for Live Computer Music: Realtime Machine Listening and Interactive Music Systems
Nick Collins (University of Sussex)

Tuesday 6 March 2007, 4:45pm (4:30pm refreshments), Room 105
First meeting of the London Student Audio Engineering Society Section
Including talk by Graham Tudball (Technicolor) on Sound Restoration Techniques.

Wednesday 7 Feburary 2007, 4:00pm
Bayesian Modelling of Rhythmic Structure and Sequential Monte Carlo Inference Techniques
Nick Whiteley (University of Cambridge)

Wednesday 31 January 2007, 4:00pm
The artificial listener: modelling human perception of sound quality
Francis Rumsey (University of Surrey)

Wednesday 17 January 2007, 4:00pm
OMRAS2: Online Music Recognition and Searching 2.0
Mark Sandler (Centre for Digital Music, Queen Mary, University of London)

2006

Digital Music Research NetworkDMRN+1: Digital Music Research Network One-day Workshop 2006
Wed 20 December 2006
[One-day DMRN workshop]

Wednesday 13 December 2006, 4:00pm
Towards Computational Modelling of Music Performance
Simon Dixon (Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence, shortly to join Centre for Digital Music, Queen Mary, University of London)

Wednesday 29 November 2006, 4:00pm, Room 105
Locality Sensitive Hashing for Large-Scale Audio Sequence Similarity
Michael Casey (Goldsmiths Digital Studios, Department of Computing, Goldsmiths, University of London)
[co-author: Malcolm Slaney, Yahoo! Research Inc.]

Wednesday 5 July 2006, 2:00pm, Room 105
Scalable parametric audio coder for Internet audio streaming & multicasting
Juan Carlos Cuevas Martinez, (Electronics Engineering and Telecommunication Department, University of Jaen, Spain)

Tuesday 9 May 2006, 4:00pm - 6:00pm, Room 105
Structural Segmentation of Musical Audio
Mark Levy, Centre for Digital Music, Queen Mary University of London
and
Multi-feature tracking in a Particle Filter framework
Emilio Maggio, MMV Group, Queen Mary University of London

Wednesday 10 May 2006, 4:00pm, Room 207
Limitations of the bag-of-frame approach to the pattern recognition of musical signals
Jean-Julien Aucouturier, SOAS, University of London

Wednesday 22 March 2006, 4:00pm, Room 105
Separation of musical sources and structure from single-channel polyphonic recordings
Mark Every, University of Surrey

Monday 20 March 2006, 5:00pm, Room 105
Low Bitrate Object Coding of Musical Audio Using Bayesian Harmonic Models
Emmanuel Vincent, Queen Mary University of London

Monday 20 March 2006, 4:00pm, Room 105
Vector quantization of images and videos
Marzia Corvaglia, TLC group, University of Brescia, Italy

Wednesday 15 March 2006, 4:00pm, Room 105
Visual Representations for Interactive Music Analysis
Martin Gasser, Austrian Institute for Artificial Intelligence (ÖFAI)

Wednesday 8 March 2006, 4:00pm, Room 105.
How to Talk About Meter: Psychological and Cross-Cultural Perspectives
Prof. Justin London, Carleton College, Northfield, MN, USA

Wednesday 1 March 2006, 4:00pm, Room 105.
Sinusoidal Sound Modeling - Advances and Applications to Time Stretching and Sound Classification
Sylvain Marchand, LaBRI Université Bordeaux

Wednesday 8 February 2006, 4.15pm, Room 105
Batch and online underdetermined source separation using Laplacian Mixture Models
Dr. Nick Mitianoudis, Imperial College London

Wednesday 18 January 2006, 4:00pm, Room 105
Computational Techniques for Music Harmony Analysis
Craig Sapp, Royal Holloway, University of London

Wednesday 11 January 2006, 4:00pm, Room 105
Studying musical performance with the help of spectrum analysis
Prof Daniel Leech-Wilkinson & Dr Renee Timmers, CHARM - Centre for the History and Analysis of Recorded Music, Music Department, King's College London

2005

Digital Music Research NetworkWednesday 21 December 2005
Digital Music Research: Workshop & Roadmap Launch
Digital Music Research Network Event
Including: One-Day Workshop and Launch of the DMRN Roadmap for Digital Music Research

Thursday 8 December 2005, 4:00pm, Room 105
CRiSAP: Creative Research in Sound Arts Practice
Dr Cathy Lane & Dr Angus Carlyle, LCC, University of the Arts London

Wednesday 7 December 2005, 4:00pm, Room 105
Extracting several audio sources from stereophonic recordings: some approaches based on sparsity
Dr. Rémi Gribonval, IRISA/INRIA, Rennes, France

Wednesday 9 November 2005, 4:00pm, Room 105
Sound Field Analysis and its Applications
Banu Günel, University of Surrey
and
Precedence Effect: An alternative model using Gaussian Mixtures
Hüseyin Hacıhabiboğlu, University of Surrey

Wednesday 19 October 2005, 4:00pm, Room 105
Audio Melody Extraction: Current State of the Art
Matija Marolt, University of Ljubljana

Tuesday 20 September 2005, 4:00pm, Room 160
Riemannian optimization methods on homogeneous spaces and its applications to neural networks
Yasunori Nishimori, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan

11-15 Sepember 2005
ISMIR 2005: 6th International Conference on Music Information Retrieval
[Conference]

Thur 30 June 2005, 4:00pm, Room 105
Acoustic lexemes for creative organization of audio
Michael Casey, Goldsmiths College, University of London

Digital Music Research NetworkWed 15 June 2005, 4:00pm, Room 105 [Digital Music Research Network Seminar]
Auditory-model based methods for the pitch analysis of polyphonic music signals
Anssi Klapuri, Institute of Signal Processing, Tampere University of Technology, Finland

Wed 25 May 2005, 4:00pm, Room 105
Analysing Recorded Music: A Pilot Project
Nicholas Cook, CHARM and Royal Holloway, University of London

Wed 18 May 2005, 4:00pm, Room 105
Easing DSP Algorithm Development for Audio Processing and Communications
Dr. Gerry Cain, DSP Creations Ltd.

Wed 11 May 2005, 4:00pm, Room 105
Organisation of Music Collections
Elias Pampalk, Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence (OeFAI)

Wed 27 April 2005, 4:00pm, Room 105
The DUET Blind Source Separation Algorithm
Scott Rickard, University College Dublin

Wed 20 April 2005, 3 pm, Room 160
Wavelet based Scalable Video Coding Architectures
Alberto Signoroni, Università degli Studi di Brescia, Italy

ICA Research NetworkWed 13 April 2005, 10:30am-4:30pm, People's Palace
ICA Research Network Launch Day
[One-Day Event]

Wed 23 March 2005, 4:00pm, Room 105
At the Crossroads of Evolutionary Computation and Music
Eduardo Miranda, Future Music Lab, University of Plymouth

Thu 17 March 2005, 4:00pm, Room 105
Bayesian approaches to blind separation of sparse sources using Monte Carlo Markov Chains sampling and variational EM
Cedric Fevotte (Cambridge University) and Ali Taylan Cemgil (Universiteit van Amsterdam)

Wed 9 March 2005, 4:00pm, Room 160
Towards a Modular MIR (Music Information Retrieval) metaphor
David Garcia, Music Technology Group, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain

Fri 25 February, 11:30am, Room 160
Methods for Sparse Approximation over Redundant Dictionaries
Lorenzo Granai, EPFL - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

2004

Wednesday 1 December 2004, 4:00pm, Room 203
An ontology-based laboratory workbench and music information system
Yves Raymond and Samer Abdallah, Centre for Digital Music, QMUL

25-26 November 2004
European Workshop on the Integration of Knowledge Semantic and Digital Media Technologies
[Conference at The Royal Statistical Society]

Wed 17 November 2004, 11:30am, Room 105
Instrument models for source separation and transcription of music recordings
Emmanuel Vincent, Centre for Digital Music at Queen Mary, University of London

Mon 1 November 2004, 2:00pm, Room 105
Extracting components from the Universe's oldest images
Prof. Jean-François Cardoso, E.N.S.T. (a.k.a. Télécom Paris)

Mon 18 October 2004, 2:00pm, Room 105
Monaural Source Separation using Spectral Cues
Barak A. Pearlmutter, National University of Ireland Maynooth

Wed 29 September 2004, 2:00pm, Room 105
On Onsets On-The-Fly: Real-Time Event Segmentation and Categorisation as a Compositional Effect
Nick Collins, Music Department, Cambridge University

Thursday 29 July 2004
Audio and Music Research at Columbia University's LabROSA
Dan Ellis, Columbia University, New York USA

Wed 26 May 2004
Causal Tempo Tracking of Musical Audio
Matthew Davies, Centre for Digital Music, QMUL

Wed 19 May 2004
Geometrical Methods for Non-negative Independent Component Analysis
Dr Mark Plumbley, Centre for Digital Music, QMUL

Wed 28 April 2004
Automatic transcription of Australian Aboriginal music
Andrew Nesbit, Centre for Digital Music, QMUL (previously at the University of Melbourne, Australia)

Wed 21 April 2004
Minims, MIDI and MP3 (Inaugural Lecture)
Prof Mark Sandler, Centre for Digital Music, QMUL

Wed 21 April 2004
Several topics on acoustical signal analysis
Wen Xue, Centre for Digital Music, QMUL (previously at Samsung Labs, Beijing, China)

Wed 25 February 2004
Hidden Markov Models for Speech Recognition---a tutorial
Prof Stephen Cox, University of East Anglia

Wed 4 Feburary 2004
Sparsifying sub-band decompositions
Dr Mike Davies, DSP Lab, Queen Mary University of London

Wed 28 January 2004
Neural representation of sounds: A tour of auditory centres in the human central nervous system
Chris Landone, Centre for Digital Music, Queen Mary University of London / SePta, Milan, Italy

Wed 21 January 2004
What's all that noise? Some thoughts on remote group music improvisation
Nick Bryan-Kinns, Dept of Computer Science, Queen Mary University of London

Wed 7 January 2004
Unsupervised learning of shift-invariant representations
Thomas Blumensath, Centre for Digital Music, Queen Mary University of London

2003

Digital Music Research NetworkMon 22 December 2003 [All-day event]
Workshop: The Future of Digital Music Research?
Invited speakers included Xavier Serra (Head of Music Technology Group, Pompeu Fabra University) and Geraint Wiggins (City University, London)

Thu 18 December 2003
System and Processor Architecture Design for Multimedia Applications
Dr Eric Debes, Architecture Research Lab, Intel Labs, Santa Clara, California

10 December 2003
Estimation of Short Term Prediction Parameters Under Lossy Conditions
Dawn Black, DSP Lab, Queen Mary University of London

3 December 2003
Demonstrating HOTBED: A Multimedia Environment for Musicians
Stevie Barrett, Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama

8-11 Sepember, 2003
DAFx-03: 6th International Conference on Digital Audio Effects
[Conference: see www.elec.qmul.ac.uk/dafx03 ]

25 June 2003
Automatic Music Improvisation Interacting with a Multi-Swarm
Dr. Tim Blackwell, Goldsmiths College

9-11 April 2003
WIAMIS 2003: 4th European Workshop on Image Analysis for Multimedia Interactive Services
[Conference: see www.elec.qmul.ac.uk/wiamis]

19th March 2003
Evaluation Music Information Retrieval (MIR) Systems: What's next?
J. Stephen Downie, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
[Followed by a discussion about Music Grid and evaluation testbeds issues.]

19th February 2003
Algorithms for discovering repeated patterns in multidimensional representations of polyphonic music
David Meredith, City University, London
[Slides available]

2002

20th December 2002
Independent Component Analysis: Generalisations, Algorithms and Applications
[One-day discussion meeting]

Digital Music Research Network17th December 2002 [One-day meeting]
Launch Day for Digital Music Research Network

4th December 2002
Probabilistic Information Integration for Music Scene Analysis
Kunio Kashino, Communication Science Laboratories, NTT (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation), Japan

27th March 2002
Mobile Multimedia Applications
Paola Hobson, Motorola

15th March 2002
Structural Subband Decomposition: A New Concept in Digital Signal Processing
Sanjit K. Mitra, University of California, Santa Barbara

27th February 2002
Impulse noise in xDSL systems: Non-Gaussian noise in the real world
Steve MacLaughlin, University of Edinburgh

13th February 2002
Spatial Quality Evaluation for Reproduced Sound: Terminology, Meaning and a Scene-Based Paradigm
Francis Rumsey, University of Surrey

30th January 2002
Audio and Video Representation in MPEG-7
Adam Lindsay, University of Lancaster

16th January 2002
Nonlinear Dynamics of Sigma-Delta Modulators and Phase-locked Loops
Orla Feely, University College Dublin