PIRR2015 Full Program AR2C University of Adelaide Radar Research Centre Final Call for Registrations Australia’s Defence Science and Technology Group (DST Group) and the University of Adelaide’s Radar Research Centre (AR2C) request registrations for the Workshop on Progress in Radar Research – PIRR 2015 – to be held Wednesday 23rd – Thursday 24th September 2015 […]
V. Duk – The Potential of 2D Wavelet Transforms for Target Detection in Sea-clutter – 30th April, 2015.
Abstract: In maritime radar target detection, a good statistical representation of the backscatter is important to both minimise false detections and maximise the probability of detection. However, the radar backscatter may contain sea-spikes which can last for seconds and cause false detections. One potential solution to this problem is through the use of time-frequency […]
Research Seminar, Mr. M. Trinkle – Towards Untethered Speech-to-text Transcription in Noisy Meeting Rooms
Abstract: Speech to text transcription is constantly improving in accuracy and becoming more wide-spread. However most speech-to-text systems require close-talking microphones to achieve sufficient audio quality. This is not always practical especially in military installations, where wireless lapel microphones pose a security risk. This talk considers speech-to-text transcription in a video conferencing environment using […]
Abstract: Polarimetric diversity has received substantial attention as a new dimension to extend the capability of imaging radars. By measuring and decomposing the electromagnetic scattering response of a scene across orthogonal polarisations, structural features of the scene may be inferred. Decomposition algorithms rely on this orthogonality to fully explore the polarisation space. In practice, […]