Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT) Signals, Information and Algorithms Laboratory focuses on "developing efficient algorithmic structures to address emerging problems of fundamental interest involving the manipulation of signals and information in diverse settings." Its work examines fundamental limits and architectural principles, implementation issues and experimental investigations. Wireless, sensor, multimedia, and broadband network contexts are a major emphasis in recent work. The website provides an overview of some recent projects and lists journal articles, conference papers, doctoral theses, technical reports, patents, and course notes, many of which are available online. Technology developed as a result of the lab's research may be used for industrial applications. The Technology section will periodically feature a product and make it available to download free online for noncommercial purposes.


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