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Grant Info

YEARS

2008-2009

FUNDING AMOUNT

233990.0 AUD

ABSTRACT

This project is relevant to the National Research Priority area of Frontier Technologies and addresses fundamental cross-disciplinary issues of how neural systems learn patterns that change with time, which is at the cutting edge of intelligent processing systems. Applications are in rapidly growing fields of automatic speech processing, robotics, machine learning and intelligent systems, all with applications in areas of economic importance. Application to cochlear implant speech processing will provide benefit for the hearing impaired. The project will provide students with training at an international level within Australia, thus helping ensure Australia maintains and extends its science and technology base into the future. More... »

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