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Wireless Communication and Sensing Laboratory
ECE 532 – Theory & Application of Pattern Recognition
ECE 533 – Image Processing
ECE 537 – Communication Networks
ECE 539 – Introduction to Artificial Neural Network and Fuzzy Systems
ECE 641 – Introduction to Error-Correcting Codes
ECE 729 – Theory of Information Processing and Transmission
ECE 730 – Modern Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes
ECE 734 – VLSI Array Structures for Digital Signal Processing
ECE 735 – Signal Synthesis and Recovery Techniques
ECE 736 – Wireless Communications
ECE 738 – Advanced Digital Image Processing
ECE 830 – Estimation and Decision Theory
ECE 842 – Topics in Applied Algebra
Systems Information Learning Optimization (SILO)
Center for Predictive Computational Phenotyping
Finding Meaning in Big Data
The Algebraic Revolution
Closing the Loop on Big Data…One Beer at a Time
Catalyzing UW Madison’s Neuroengineering Community
The Science of Funny: Active Machine Learning & Cartoons
How New Yorker Cartoons Could Teach Computers to be Funny
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