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Laboratory space housing the Research Computer Lab for Algorithm Development and Test is located in Boise State University’s College of Engineering Signal Processing Lab in the Micron Engineering Center.

The Signal Processing Research Lab contains an assortment of Linux and Windows-based workstations. These are connected to a networked printer and scanner, storage and file servers.

The lab also has access to the Kestrel High Performance Computing Cluster, and the university’s High Performance Computing Resources.

Research licenses for MATLAB are accessible to this lab.

442 ft^2 Facility with seven Windows workstations

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