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11-20 of 27 results in Electrical Engineering & Applied Signal Processing Series
Classical and modern theories have given us a degree of noise immunity by defining the sufficient statistic of the mean of the likelihood function. The generalized theory moves beyond these limitations to determine the jointly sufficient statistics of the mean and variance of the likelihood...
Published November 29th 2004 by CRC Press
Enabling Technologies and Services
Consumers want it, businesses are demanding it. The migration of Internet services to a mobile environment is inevitable. But while the ability to be on the go and connected to the Internet sets the stage for increased efficiency and productivity, many technical challenges associated with user...
Published April 13th 2004 by CRC Press
The use of smart antennas to increase mobile communications channels has re-ignited research and development in the field. Practicing engineers are eager to discover more about this subject, and need a comprehensive book that can provide a learning platform and prevent the loss of time spent on...
Published January 27th 2004 by CRC Press
Theory, Methods, and Applications
Nonlinear signal and image processing methods are fast emerging as an alternative to established linear methods for meeting the challenges of increasingly sophisticated applications. Advances in computing performance and nonlinear theory are making nonlinear techniques not only viable, but...
Published November 24th 2003 by CRC Press
Data and models for better systems designAtmospheric gases, building materials, the weather … The propagation of wireless communications signals depends upon a whole range of factors, any or all of which can have a significant impact on the quality of a signal. Data generated by careful measurement...
Published July 11th 2003 by CRC Press
Over the last 20 years, approaches to designing speech and language processing algorithms have moved from methods based on linguistics and speech science to data-driven pattern recognition techniques. These techniques have been the focus of intense, fast-moving research and have contributed to...
Published February 26th 2003 by CRC Press
Digital technology now enables unparalleled functionality and flexibility in the capture, processing, exchange, and output of color images. But harnessing its potential requires knowledge of color science, systems, processing algorithms, and device characteristics-topics drawn from a broad range of...
Published December 23rd 2002 by CRC Press
Because most real-world signals, including speech, sonar, communication, and biological signals, are non-stationary, traditional signal analysis tools such as Fourier transforms are of limited use because they do not provide easily accessible information about the localization of a given frequency...
Published October 29th 2002 by CRC Press
In a field as rapidly expanding as digital signal processing, even the topics relevant to the basics change over time both in their nature and their relative importance. It is important, therefore, to have an up-to-date text that not only covers the fundamentals, but that also follows a logical...
Published August 28th 2002 by CRC Press
Additive and multiplicative noise in the information signal can significantly limit the potential of complex signal processing systems, especially when those systems use signals with complex phase structure. During the last few years this problem has been the focus of much research, and its...
Published April 29th 2002 by CRC Press