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Professor Moon

Professor Todd K. Moon, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Utah State University

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About Professor Moon

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Professor Moon is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering. His area of research is in digital communications and signal processing, where he has done research in the areas of speech recognition, data compression, error correction coding, cryptography, blind source separation, and multiagent coordination. Most recently he has been investigating low density parity check codes and other iteratively decoded codes. He is the author of " Mathematical Methods and Algorithms for Signal Processing " (Prentice-Hall 1999) and " Error Correction Coding: Mathematical Methods and Algorithms " (Wiley 2005).

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