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Leis, John

Digital Signal Processsing Using MATLAB for Students and Researchers

€ 122.95

"This book uses an active learning approach to the topic of digital signal processing (DSP). DSP is a fundamental technology with wide ranging applications as, for example, digital downloads of movies, mobile and broadband communications, digital television, and many other areas. In this book the subject is taught using a "hands-on" experimental ap


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
1. What is Signal Processing?

1.1 Chapter Objectives.

1.2 Introduction.

1.3 Book Objectives.

1.4 Digital Signal Processing and its Applications.

1.5 Application Case Studies using Digital Signal Processing.

1.6 Overview of Learning Objectives.

1.7 Conventions Used in this Book.

1.8 Chapter Summary.

2. Sampled Signals and Digital Processing.

2.1 Chapter Objectives.

2.2 Introduction.

2.3 Processing Signals using Computer Algorithms.

2.4 Digital Representation of Numbers.

2.5 Sampling.

2.6 Quantization.

2.7 Image Display.

2.8 Aliasing.

2.9 Reconstruction.

2.10 Block Diagrams & Difference Equations.

2.11 Linearity, Superposition and Time-Invariance.

2.12 Practical Issues & Computational Efficiency.

2.13 Chapter Summary.

3. Random Signals.

3.1 Chapter Objectives.

3.2 Introduction.

3.3 Random and Deterministic Signals.

3.4 Random Number Generation.

3.5 Statistical Parameters.

3.6 Probability Functions.

3.7 Common Distributions.

3.8 Continuous and Discrete Variables.

3.9 Signal Characterization.

3.10 Histogram Equalization.

3.11 Median Filters.

3.12 Chapter Summary.

4. Representing Signals & Systems.

4.1 Chapter Objectives.

4.2 Introduction.

4.3 Discrete-Time Waveform Generation.

4.4 The z Transform.

4.5 Polynomial Approach.

4.6 Poles, Zeros and Stability.

4.7 Transfer Functions and Frequency Response.

4.8 Vector Interpretation of Frequency Response.

4.9 Convolution.

4.10 Chapter Summary.

5. Temporal and Spatial Signal Processing.

5.1 Chapter Objectives.

5.2 Introduction.

5.3 Correlation.

5.4 Linear Prediction.

5.5 Noise Estimation and Optimal Filtering.

5.6 Tomography.

5.7 Chapter Summary.

6. Frequency Analysis of Signals.

6.1 Chapter Objectives.

6.2 Introduction.

6.3 Fourier Series.

6.4 How Do the Fourier Series Coefficient Come About?

6.5 Phase Shifted Waveforms.

6.6 The Fourier Transform.

6.7 Aliasing in Discrete-Time Sampling.

6.8 The FFT as a Sample Interpolator.

  6.9 Sampling a Signal over a Finite Time Window.

6.10 Time-Frequency Distributions.

6.11 Buffering and Windowing.

6.12 Manual Fourier Transform Calculations.

6.13 The Discrete Cosine Transform (DCT).

6.14 Chapter Summary.

7. Discrete-Time Filters.

7.1 Chapter Objectives.

7.2 Introduction.

7.3 What Do We Mean by `Filtering`?

7.4 Filter Specification, Design & Implementation.

7.5 Filter Responses.

7.6 Nonrecursive Filter Design.

7.7 Ideal Reconstruction Filter.

7.8 Filters with Linear Phase.

7.9 Fast Algorithms for Filtering, Convolution and Correlation.

7.10 Chapter Summary.

8. Recursive Filters.

8.1 Chapter Objectives.

8.2 Introduction.

8.3 Essential Analog System Theory.

8.4 Continuous-time Recursive Filters.

8.5 Comparing Continuous-time Filters.

8.6 Converting Continuous-Time Filters to Discrete Filters.

8.7 Scaling and Transformation of Continuous Filters.

8.8 Summary of Digital Filter Design via Analog Approximation.

8.9 Chapter Summary.

Selected Web References.

Selected Academic Papers.

Selected Textbooks.

Index.
Extra informatie: 
Hardback
396 pagina's
Januari 2011
798 gram
243 x 162 x 25 mm
Wiley-Blackwell us

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