The importance of Control & Signal Processing in modern world cannot be over emphasized. Control Systems are seen at work in small and household appliances, large scale industrial plants, very sophisticated and complex autonomous aerospace systems and vehicles. Control system technology has thus driven the engineers to operate at peak of their performance without compromising system stability and integrity. The advent of high performance computers and microprocessors has opened up possibilities of design and realization of innovative and more effective control algorithms. It significantly increases capability and performance of control systems. Thus low cost quality products can be designed and realized by alleviating the need for expensive instrumentation and costly components.
Signal processing technique have numerous applications in various contemporary fields such as telecommunication, quantum computing, spectral imaging, video and image processing, sonars, biomedicine, computer vision and seismology. Innovative and powerful algorithms have been developed and implemented in real-time applications on configurable integrated circuits and high performance new generation computers.
The Control and Signal Processing track provides a platform for scientists, engineers and students from universities and industries around the world to presents their research work and innovative ideas to strengthen relations between academia and the industry. Papers of interest include those that describe theory, analytical techniques and latest technological developments.
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