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Signal Processing Pt. Iby Louis Auslander
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Part I deals with problems and methods of general signal process theory. The problem areas included imaging and analysis of recognition, x-ray crystallography, radar and sonar, signal analysis and 1-D signal processing, speech, vision, and VLSI implementation. The methods discussed included harmonic analysis and wavelets, operator theory, algorithm complexity, filtering and estimation, and inverse scattering. Part II deals with (i) application of signal processing, (ii) control theory related themes. Topics dealt with are digital filter, VLSI implementation, and integrable circuit modelling, robust and nonlinear control with aerospace applications, problems in radar, sonar and medical imaging.
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Based on lectures delivered at the Institute for Mathematics and its applications (U. of Minnesota) from June 27 to August 5, 1988. This volume, part one of the program, deals with general signal process theory.
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