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Signal Processing Algorithms in MATLAB  
By Samuel D. Stearns & Ruth A. David, ISBN 0-13-045154-1 Designed for a one-semester course on signal processing or and as a referencetext for the practicing engineer, this book emphasizes the applicationas opposed to the theory of digital signal processing. Key topics includediscrete Fourier transforms; spectral analysis; frequency and time-domainresponse of linear systems; digital IIR and FIR filtering; fast convolutionand correlation algorithms; least-squares design; adaptive signal processing;and statistical parameters. A set of more than 50 MATLAB function M-filesis included in the book.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Digital Signal Processing with Examples in MATLAB  
By Samuel D. Stearns. Written for a one-semester upper-level course, this book presents digital signal processing theory, techniques, and applications. Topics covered include digital filter analysis and design, digital transforms and algorithms, statistical signal processing and spectral analysis, and adaptive signal processing systems. MATLAB is used to solve numerous application problems throughout the book.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
A First Course in Wavelets with Fourier Analysis  
By Albert Boggess & Francis J. Narcowich. Written for undergraduate students, this book presents the fundamental theory of Fourier analysis and wavelets. The book is designed to fill the gap between texts on wavelets that require too much mathematical background and wavelet texts that contain too little mathematical theory. Topics covered include discrete Fourier analysis, Haar wavelet analysis, multiresolution analysis, and Daubechies wavelets.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Adaptive Filter Theory, 4e  
By Simon Haykin. ISBN 0-13-090126-1. This book covers both the mathematical theory behind various linear adaptive filters and the elements of supervised multilayer perceptrons. Topics covered include stochastic processes, Wiener filters, linear prediction, least-mean-square adaptive filters, finite-precision effects, and blind deconvolution. New features ot this fourth-edition text include in-depth treatment of adaptive filters, major revision of the supplemental MATLAB M-files, expanded treatment of normalized LMS filters, and introduction of sub-band adaptive filters.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Adaptive Filters: Theory and Applications  
By B. Farhang-Boroujeny, ISBN 0-471-98337-3
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Introduction to Wavelets and Wavelet Transforms: A Primer  
By C. Sidney Burrus / Ramesh A. Gopinath & Haitao Guo, ISBN 0-13-489600-9 This primer develops the ideas behind wavelets and shows how they canbe used as analytical tools for signal processing, numerical analysis,and mathematical modeling. Designed for engineers, scientists, and mathematicianswith little or no prior experience with wavelets, this text presents awell-balanced blend of the mathematical theory underlying wavelet techniquesand discusses theoretical and practical wavelet applications. The bookdevelops both signal expansion and filter bank approaches, and containsan array of new generalizations of the basic wavelet system includingM-band wavelets, biorthogonal systems, wavelet packets, and multiwavelets.Also included is an appendix of MATLAB programs.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Radar Signals Plotting  
The following m-files appear in the book Radar Signals by Nadav Levanon and Eli Mozeson (Wiley, 2004).
Submitted: Oct 20, 2005
Introduction to Signal Processing  
By Sophocles J. Orfanidis, ISBN 0-13-209172-0 This book is an applications-oriented introduction to digital signal processing.Written primarily for undergraduates, it emphasizes the algorithmic, computational,and programming aspects of DSP. Basic DSP concepts and algorithms arepresented and illustrated by a large number of worked examples, computersimulations, and current applications. Key features include sampling andreconstruction, quantization, discrete-time systems, FIR filtering andconvolution, DFT/FFT algorithms, interpolation, decimation, and oversampling.The book contains 100 MATLAB and C functions for designing and implementingdigital filters and other DSP operations. A solutions manual is availablefrom the publisher.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Speech Processing and Synthesis Toolboxes  
By Donald G. Childers, ISBN 0-471-34959-3
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Computer-Based Exercises for Signal Processing Using MATLAB 5  
By James H. McClellan / C. Sidney Burrus / Alan V. Oppenheim / Thomas W. Parks / Ronald W. Schafer & Hans W. Schuessler, ISBN 0-13-789009-5 Focusing on MATLAB 5, this book includes a collection of computer exercisesand projects that helps students understand the principles of signal processingand experience the excitement of applying abstract mathematical conceptsto the processing of real signals. This book, included in Prentice Hall'sMATLAB Curriculum Series, complements a variety of digital signal processingtextbooks and teaching styles. Topics include: basics, DFT, spectral analysis,multirate processing, systems and structures, stochastic signals, wordlengtheffects, filter design, DFT and FFT algorithms, applications, and signalmodeling.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Wavelets and Filter Banks  
By Gilbert Strang & Truong Nguyen, ISBN 0-9614088-7-1 This text offers a clear and easy-to-understand introduction to two centralideas: filter banks for discrete signals, and wavelets. The connectionis fully explained - the wavelet is determined by a choice of filter coefficients.All important wavelet properties (e.g., orthogonality or biorthogonality,symmetry, accuracy of approximation, and smoothness) come from specificproperties of the filters. The text shows how to construct those filtersand wavelets using basic methods of linear algebra executed in MATLAB.These methods provide a direct approach to signal and image processingthrough filter banks that iterate on the lowpass filter. Blocking andringing artifacts, as well as MATLAB applications, are analyzed. Manyof the exercises are drawn from the Wavelet Toolbox, which is availablefrom The MathWorks.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Digital Signal Processing Laboratory Using MATLAB  
By Sanjit K. Mitra, ISBN 0-07-232246-2 This book is designed for a computer-based DSP laboratory course thatsupplements a lecture course on the subject. It includes eleven laboratoryexercises, with each exercise containing a number of projects to be carriedout on a computer. Each project is followed by a series of questions designedto teach the student the fundamentals of MATLAB and the key DSP concepts.The first half of the book assumes the reader has no background in MATLAB,while in the second half it asks the student to write the necessary MATLABprograms to carry out the project. A short review of the key conceptsand features of MATLAB is provided in an appendix.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Fourier Series and Optical Transform Techniques in Contemporary Optics: An Introduction  
By Raymond G. Wilson, ISBN 0-471-30357-7 For anyone new to Fourier methods, this book depicts in 3-space the manybasic functions of optical diffraction and imaging. The text covers wavenotation, Fourier analysis of signals, processing of light in diffractionphenomena and imaging, Zernicke polynomials, Fourier transforms for Fresneldiffraction, laser beacon adaptive optics, and related topics. Examplesuse MATLAB to illustrate theoretical concepts of the covered topics.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
The DSP Handbook: Algorithms, Applications, and Design Techniques  
By Andrew Bateman & Iain Paterson-Stephens. ISBN 0-201-39851-6. Written for students and practicing engineers, this book presents the fundamentals of digital signal processing (DSP) and its applications. Topics covered include DSP systems and devices, digital filter design, spectral analysis, DSP algorithms, and various applications. This book includes a large breadth of real-time examples, graphical visualization, and algorithm libraries. An introduction to MATLAB and Simulink is included in the book. In addition, the Signal Processing, Image Processing, Wavelet, Communications, and Control System Toolboxes, the DSP and Fixed-Point Blocksets, and Real-Time Workshop are briefly described as tools for algorithmic visualization, testing, and development.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
Synthetic Aperture Radar Signal Processing: with MATLAB Algorithms  
By Mehrdad Soumekh, ISBN 0-471-29706-2 This book provides a foundation in signal processing. It establishes theconstraints for acquiring the SAR data, and provides digital signal andimage processing algorithms for implementation of the SAR wavefront reconstruction.The book provides practical examples and results from real SAR, ISAR,and CSAR databases. It outlines unique properties of the SAR signal, examinesspotlight SAR, stripmap SAR, circular SAR, and monopulse SAR modalities,and discusses classical SAR processing issues.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Filter Design for Signal Processing Using MATLAB and Mathematica  
Written for courses in digital signal processing, this book covers basic analog and digital IIR filter design. Using mathematical approaches, optimization routines carried out with symbolic analysis, and the advanced filter design software of MATLAB, the book shows students how to design many types of filters that cannot be designed using conventional techniques. MATLAB is used to solve sample problems.
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Introduction to Random Signals and Applied Kalman Filtering: with MATLAB Excercises and Solutions, 3e  
By Robert Grover Brown & Patrick Y. C. Hwang, ISBN 0-471-12839-2 This book focuses on applied Kalman filtering and random signal analysis.It emphasizes applications, computer software, and associated sets ofspecial computer problems to aid in relating theory with practice. Atthe end of each chapter, there are computer exercises to be completedwith MATLAB.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Digital Filters and Signal Processing, 3e - with MATLAB Excercises  
By Leland B. Jackson, ISBN 0-7923-9559-X This third edition presents a general survey of digital signal processingconcepts, design methods, and implementation considerations. The bookstresses an intuitive understanding of digital filters and signal processingsystems, with numerous realistic and relevant examples. It is useful asa textbook for advanced undergraduate or first-year graduate courses,or as a reference for engineers and scientists. New features include:normalized frequency utilized in the DTFT, new computer-generated drawingsand MATLAB plots, expanded coverage of Types I-IV linear-phase FIR filters,and material on power and doubly-complementary filters. Also includedare new sections on quadrature-mirror filters and their application infilter banks, design of maximally-flat FIR filters, and roundoff-noisereduction using error feedback. MATLAB exercises are incorporated throughoutthe book.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Higher-Order Spectra Analysis  
By Chrysostomos L. Nikias & Athina P. Petropulu, ISBN 0-13-678210-8 Responding to the recent growth of interest in polyspectra, this textbookintroduces signal processing methods that are based on polyspectra andcumulants concepts. The text emphasizes the presentation of signal processingtools for use in situations where the more common power spectrum estimationtechniques fall short. MATLAB is used extensively throughout the textto present the theory and to solve problems. This textbook complementsthe Higher-Order Spectral Analysis Toolbox developed by Jerry Mendel,C.L. Nikias, and Ananthram Swami. This toolbox may be purchased from TheMathWorks.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Introduction to Spectral Analysis  
By Petre Stoica & Randolph L. Moses, ISBN 0-13-258419-0 This text is designed to be used in a first course in spectral analysisthat would typically be offered at the senior undergraduate or first-yeargraduate level. Topics covered include nonparametric spectrum analysis,parametric spectral analysis using rational spectral models, parametricmethod for line spectra, and spatial signal processing.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Advanced Techniques for Digital Receivers  
By Phillip E. Pace. Written for senior-level undergraduate and graduate-level courses in high speed signal conversion and encoding techniques for digital receivers. Topics covered include receiver architectures; circuit components for signal conversion; dynamic performance analysis; ADC architectures; oversampling and undersampling; and superconductor technologies.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
DSP System Design: Using the TMS320C6000  
Written for DSP system designers or a real-time laboratory course using the TMS320C6x DSP processor, this book aims to provide the knowledge necessary to implement and optimize signal processing algorithms on the TMS320C6x DSP processors. It also shows how to select an appropriate data converter for a specific DSP system. Topics covered include data converters, code optimization, real-time filtering, and data synchronization. Examples throughout the text are solved using MATLAB.
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Signal Processing Systems: Theory and Design  
Written for undergraduate and graduate students, this book provides a solid background on the theory and design of signal processing systems. Topics include signal compression and coding, modulation, encryption, filtering for signal enhancement and noise removal, pattern classification, error control coding, prediction to estimate future behavior, feedback control, and identification to locate a plant or signal source operating in an uncertain environment. MATLAB exercises and examples illustrate the concepts presented throughout the book.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2001
An Introduction to Wavelet Analysis  
By David F. Walnut. Written for students and professionals in applied mathematics, electrical engineering, and computational and physical sciences, this text presents the theory and fundamentals of wavelet analysis, including the construction and application of wavelet bases. MATLAB and the Wavelet Toolbox are used to solve some examples and to create all figures in the book.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Computational Frameworks for the Fast Fourier Transform  
By Charles F. Van Loan, ISBN 0-89871-285-8 This book is especially useful for professionals interested in linearalgebra, and for those working with numerical methods. The text providesa comprehensive treatment of FFTs. It captures the interplay between mathematicsand the design of effective numerical algorithms, a critical connectionas more advanced machines become available. The author uses a stylizedMATLAB notation and shows how the FFT is an effective vehicle for teachingkey aspects of scientific computing.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Digital Signal Processing: with MATLAB Exercises  
By Tatsuo Higuchi. Written in Japanese, this book covers the fundamentals of digital signal processing, including digital filtering and discrete Fourier transform. MATLAB is used to solve several application examples throughout the book.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Signals & Systems: Continuous and Discrete, 4e  
By Rodger E. Ziemer & William H. Tranter, ISBN 0-13-496456-X Suited for junior-level electrical engineering curricula, this book stressesthe systems approach while providing studnets with the tools and techniquesfor understanding and analyzing both continuous-time and discrete-timelinear systems. The book assumes the background of mathematics throughdifferential equations and the usual introductory circuit theory courseor courses. Many examples based on traditional circuit theory are includedin the book to illustrate the various systems analysis techniques thatare introduced. The first seven chapters deal with continuous-time linearsystems in both the time domain and the frequency domain. The remainderof the book deals with discrete-time systems, including z-transform analysistechniques, digital filter analysis and synthesis, and the discrete Fouriertransform and fast Fourier transform algorithms. MATLAB is used for solvingmany of the in-chapter worked examples, exercises, and problems.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Introduction to MATLAB for Signal Processing and Image Processing  
By Nobukatsu Takai. Written in Japanese, this book is suitable for use as an introductory MATLAB text or for studying basic signal and image processing theory. Topics covered include M-files and programming, polynomials and differential equations, statistical data analysis, signal filtering, power spectrums, and Fourier image processing. Descriptions of the MATLAB functions used are listed in each chapter.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Nonuniform Sampling: Theory and Practice  
By Farokh Marvasti. Written for practicing engineers, this book covers the basic theory of both uniform and nonuniform sampling, as well as the applications to various areas of science and engineering. Topics covered include Lagrange interpolation and sampling theorems, band-limited signals, non-uniform discrete Fourier transform, and estimation and detection.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Analog Signal Processing with Laplace Transforms and Active Filter Design  
By Don Meador. ISBN 0-7668-2818-2. Written for introductory courses in analog signal processing, this book presents how to mathematically describe and filter analog signals. Topics covered include Laplace transforms, transfer functions, pole-zero plot, sinusoidal steady state, frequency shifting, filters, and circuit analysis. MATLAB and the Symbolic Math Toolbox are used to solve numerous examples throughout the book.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
Signal Measurement, Analysis, and Testing  
Written as a comprehensive reference for practicing engineers, this book presents the mathematics of signal analysis and the instrumentation of signal measurement, analysis, and testing. Topics covered include audio frequency, video display, and radio frequency distortion mechanisms and analysis; digital test equipment and measurement systems; Fourier waveform analysis, and computer-based signal analysis with MATLAB. The book includes tables and data of material properties, frequency bands and assignments, international standards and constants, conversion factors, and general mathematical information for easy reference. MATLAB, the Signal Processing Toolbox, and the Symbolic Math Toolbox are used to solve some examples in the computer-based signal analysis chapter.
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Signal and Linear System Analysis: with MATLAB, 2e  
By Gordon E. Carlson, ISBN 0-471-12465-6 This book is aimed at the junior level signals and system analysis coursefor engineering students. The book is designed so that students can perceivethe basis of signal and linear system analysis procedures easily, enablingthem to work through a wide range of problems in linear systems. Key termsareconcisely defined and easily identified. Approximately 200 examplesand solutions are drawn mainly from an electrical engineering context.In addition, there are nearly 500 end-of-chapter problems, and the appendicesinclude matrix properties and operations, mathematical and transform tables,plus a computer program for FFT and IFFT computation. MATLAB is used tosolve many of the problems throughout the book.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
DAFX: Digital Audio Effects  
By Udo Zölzer. This book investigates the use of digital signal processing, its application to sounds, and its musical use designed to put effects on a sound. The book introduces the reader to digital signal processing concepts and developments in filters, delays, modulators, and time-frequency processing of sound.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Digital Signal Processing, 2e: A Practical Approach  
By Emmanuel C. Ifeachor & Barrie W. Jervis. ISBN 0-201-56919-9. Written for undergraduate electrical, electronic, and communications engineering courses, this book covers the fundamentals of digital signal processing, including implementation and applications. New features to this second-edition text include analog I/O design, coverage of DSP system design with MATLAB, and hardware architecture considerations. This book covers the application of digital signal processing in areas such as audio, medical, and telecommunications engineering. Functions from MATLAB and the Signal Processing Toolbox are highlighted throughout the text and used to solve numerous examples.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
Adaptive Blind Signal and Image Processing: Learning Algorithms and Applications  
By Andrzej Cichocki & Shun-ici Amari. Written for engineers and researchers in various fields, this book covers both the theory and application of adaptive blind signal processing techniques and algorithms. Practical techniques for adaptive blind signal and image separation, extraction, decomposition, and filtering of multi-variable signals and data are discussed.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Design and Analysis of Analog Filters: A Signal Processing Perspective with MATLAB Examples  
Written for a graduate-level signal processing course and for practicing engineers, this text presents analog filter theory with a focus on signal and system concepts. This book also covers filter implementation topics such as passive filters and operational amplifier active filters. An introduction to MATLAB for the design and analysis of analog filters is provided in an appendix.
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Labs for Signals and Systems Using MATLAB  
By Virginia Stonick & Kevin Bradley, ISBN 0-534-93808-6 Included in the PWS BookWare Companion Series, this supplemental lab manualexplores new experiments in each chapter, such as speech synthesis, filterdesign, digital communications, and controlling the placement of a ballon a beam. The text treats fundamental signals and systems representationsas a language so that students can easily explore and discover new implementationsusing MATLAB in their experiments. Examples and problems are presentedto the student to evaluate and solve by hand and then to implement usingMATLAB.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Multirate Systems: Design & Applications  
By Gordana Jovanovic-Dolecek. Written for students and practicing engineers, this book presents the theory and applications of multirate signal processing. Topics covered include multirate systems, filter banks, wavelets, A/D conversion, subband coding, and design and implementation of multirate digital filters. MATLAB and the Signal Processing Toolbox are used to solve examples in the chapter on efficient multirate filtering.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Statistical Digital Signal Processing and Modeling  
By Monson Hayes, ISBN 0471-59431-8 Suitable for the senior/graduate level in advanced DSP or digital filtering,this text focuses on signal modeling. The text integrates and exploresthe relationships of signal modeling and the problems of optimal filtering,spectrum estimation, and adaptive filtering. Coverage is equally dividedbetween the theory and philosophy of statistical signal processing andthe algorithms that are used to solve related problems. The book containsnumerous worked examples, homework problems, and MATLAB computer exercises.CompanionSoftware: The author has developed a set of MATLAB M-files available from the MATLAB Central File Exchange.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Wavelet Transforms: Introduction to Theory and Applications  
By Raghuveer M. Rao & Ajit S. Bopardikar, ISBN 0-201-63463-5 This book provides engineers, scientists, and students with a practicalunderstanding of wavelet transforms and their properties. The authorsintroduce the underlying theory of the transform by presenting a widerange of applications, which are drawn from the fields of signal processing,image processing, and communications. It identifies problems for whichwavelet transform techniques are well-suited, shows how to implement wavelettransforms efficiently, and explains how to choose or design appropriatewavelets for a given application. The authors present the material ina visual and comprehensive manner, using geometric analogies and filteringconcepts. The book is written in a language familiar to readers with abasic undergraduate engineering degree.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Computer Explorations in Signals and Systems Using MATLAB, 2e  
By John R. Buck / Michael M. Daniel & Andrew C. Singer, ISBN 0-13-042155-3 Included in the MATLAB Curriculum Series, this book provides computerexercises for an undergraduate course on signals and linear systems.The exercises require the reader to compare the answers computed in MATLABwith results and predictions based on analytic understanding of the material.The exercises, divided into basic, intermediate, and advanced problems,help the reader progress from fundamental theory to real applicationssuch as speech processing, financial market analysis, and mechanical orcommunication systems design. This book is designed as a companion toSignals and Systems, 2e, but is self-contained and may be used as a companionto any introductory signals and systems text.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Examples and Problems of Digital Signal Processing  
By Shigenori Kinjo & Hiroshi Ochi. Written in Japanese, this book covers the theory of digital signal processing and includes many application problems ranging from digital signal generation to digital filter design. MATLAB is used to solve the numerous example problems throughout the book.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Signals and Systems, 2e  
By Alan V. Oppenheim / Alan S. Willsky & S. Hamid Nawab, ISBN 0-13-814757-4 This book is the second edition of a text designed for undergraduate coursesin signals and systems. The book develops the method of analysis for continuous-timesignals and systems in parallel with the method of analysis for discrete-timesignals and systems. This approach highlights the similarities and differences,and features introductory treatments of the application of these basicmethods in areas such as filtering, communication, sampling, discrete-timeprocessing of continuous-times signals, and feedback. Relatively self-contained,the text assumes no prior experience with system analysis, convolution,Fourier analysis, or Laplace and z-transforms. A companion book, ComputerExplorations in Signals and Systems Using MATLAB, contains MATLAB exercisesfor each topic in this text.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
The Estimation and Tracking of Frequency  
This upper-division textbook presents and analyzes several practical techniques used for estimating the amplitudes, phases and frequencies of sinusoids. Rigorous analyses are presented via asymptotic or large sample theory, together with physical insight. The book focuses on achieving extremely accurate estimates when the signal-to-noise ratio is low but the sample size is large. Each chapter begins with a detailed overview, and many applications are given. An appendix provides the MATLAB M-files that are referenced within the book.
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Video Processing and Communications  
By Yao Wang, Jörn Ostermann & Ya-Qin Zhang. Written for graduate students and practicing engineers, this book presents both the theoretical concepts and the practical solutions of digital video processing and communications. Topics covered include error control, scalable coding, video streaming applications, motion estimation, sampling, and basic coding theory.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Signaux et images sous MATLAB: methodes, applications et exercises corriges (French)  
By Gérard Blanchet & Maurice Charbit. ISBN 2-7462-0293-X. Written in French, this book is designed to provide senior undergraduate and first-year graduate students with a self-training course in digital signal and image processing. Topics covered include sampling and interpolation, oversampling, undersampling, digital filter analysis and synthesis, filter implementation, and image processing. MATLAB is used to solve examples in many application areas, including speech processing, noise cancellation, and communication systems simulation. An introduction to MATLAB is also included.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
Digital Signal Processing: A MATLAB Based Tutorial Approach  
By John Leis. Written for students and practicing engineers, this introductory text presents the theory of signal processing in the context of practical applications.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Probability and Random Processes with Applications to Signal Processes, 3e  
By Henry Stark & John W. Woods. ISBN 0-13-020071-9. Written for junior- and senior-level undergraduates, this book begins with the fundamentals of probability theory and develops the tools needed to understand more advanced topics such as random sequences, continuous-time random processes, and statistical signal processing. This third-edition text includes additional material on basic probability, statistics, misuses of probability, and signal processing. MATLAB is used in the text to solve examples in random variables, estimation, random sequences, and more.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
Analog Filters, 2e  
By Kendall Su. Written for readers in telecommunications, signal processing, electronics, controls, instrumentation, and bioengineering, this text presents the fundamental theory of analog filters. The book covers four major analog filter types: passive, op amp, switched capacitor, and operational transconductance amplifier-capacitor; with an emphasis on the mathematical basis of analog filter theory. MATLAB and the Symbolic Math, Signal Processing, and Control System Toolboxes are used to solve numerous example problems throughout the book.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Detection, Estimation, and Modulation Theory, Part IV: Optimum Array Processing  
By Harry L. Van Trees. This book provides a fundamental understanding of array processing suitable for research or implementation of actual array processing systems.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Random Signals for Engineers using MATLAB and Mathcad  
Written for a one-semester course for undergraduate and beginning graduate students, this book is intended to provide the analytic and computational tools for processing random signals using linear systems, developing the underlying theory, developing applications, and making extensive use of examples. It covers such topics as set theory and an introduction to probability; random variables, distributions, and processes; random signals, spectral properties, and transformations; and filtering and detection theory. MATLAB is used to solve numerous problems throughout the text.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2001
Fundamentals of Wavelets: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications  
By Jaideva C. Goswami & Andrew K. Chan, ISBN 0-471-19748-3
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Mathematical Methods and Algorithms for Signal Processing  
By Todd K. Moon & Wynn C. Stirling, ISBN 0-201-36186-8
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Computational Signal Processing with Wavelets  
By Anthony Teolis, ISBN 0-8176-3909-8 Written for the senior or beginning graduate student in mathematics orengineering and for the professional, this book can be used as a resourcefor information and computational tools needed to effectively use waveletsin many types of signal processing problems. The book emphasizes boththeoretical and practical issues of wavelet processing. The beginningchapters describe basic notation, concepts, orthonormal wavelets, andframes. Later chapters emphasize overcomplete representations of signals.In the last chapters, the benefits of overcomplete wavelet representationsare explored in various applications.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Signal Processing First  
By James H. McClellan, Ronald W. Schafer & Mark A. Yoder. Intended for introductory courses on signal processing, this book provides a multimedia approach to analog signal processing. This book contains similar content and presentation style to the book it was derived from, DSP First: A Multimedia Approach.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Signal Processing Using Optics: Fundamentals, Devices, Architectures, and Applications  
By Bradley G. Boone, ISBN 0-19-508424-1 This book covers the fundamental aspects of optical signal processingat an introductory level, while helping the student to bridge the gapto current technical literature. It is intended for senior-level undergraduateand first-year graduate students in electrical engineering or appliedphysics and for practicing engineers and scientists. The text reviewsthe essentials of signal processing, optics, and imaging. The text isgeared toward providing insight on the underlying mathematical and physicalprinciples, practical understanding of component technology and performance,a grasp of fundamental system design and analysis, and familiarity witharchitectures for selected but representative applications. Included areproblem exercises and a list of references keyed to each chapter. Numerousarchitectural diagrams and MATLAB tools are provided to assist in theunderstanding and visualization of important concepts and their implementation.CompanionSoftware: The author has developed a set of MATLAB
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Le traitement du signal sous MATLAB: pratique et applications  
Written in French, this book is designed for students and practical engineers who are not familiar with digital signal processing, giving them the basic theory necessary to understand practical examples. Some of the topics covered include deterministic and random signal analysis, convolution, FIR and IIR filtering, spectral estimation, time-frequency analysis methods, modulation, decimation, and interpolation. MATLAB exercises are provided at the end of each chapter.
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System Theory and Practical Applications of Biomedical Signals  
By Gail D. Baura. Written for students, academic researchers, and practicing engineers, this book combines traditional digital signal processing and compartmental modeling, while including in-depth discussions of practical medical instrumentation applications and system theory. Functions from MATLAB and the Signal Processing, Wavelet, Neural Network, and Fuzzy Logic Toolboxes are referenced to solve end-of-chapter exercises.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Digital Signal Processing by Operator Method  
By Yoshinao Aoki. Written in Japanese, this book describes digital signal processing from the perspective of the state vector and reacting operator. Topics covered include fast Fourier transforms, linear prediction, adaptive filters, and cepstrum analysis using MATLAB.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
DSP Applications Using C and the TMS320C6x DSK  
By Rulph Chassaing. This book provides a hands-on learning approach to digital signal processing that uses real-time implementation of experiments and projects. Chapters begin with a theoretical discussion, followed by background examples and concluding experiments. MATLAB and the Signal Processing Toolbox are briefly introduced and used to solve problems on filter design.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Ripples in Mathematics: The Discrete Wavelet Transform  
By A. Jensen & A. la Cour-Harbo. Written for undergraduate mathematics and engineering students and practicing engineers, this book presents the theory and application of the discrete wavelet transform. The book is based on an approach to discrete wavelets called lifting. The connections between lifting and filter theory are presented, and the wavelet packet transforms are defined. MATLAB is used to solve example problems and develop implementations of transforms throughout the book.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Discrete Systems and Digital Signal Processing with MATLAB  
By Taan S. ElAli. Written for junior- or senior-level electrical and computer engineering students, this text presents the fundamental theory of discrete linear systems.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Nonlinear Biomedical Signal Processing, Vol 2: Dynamic Analysis and Modeling  
By Metin Akay. Written for advanced graduate students, medical researchers, and biomedical engineers, this book introduces the concepts, recent advances, and implementations of nonlinear dynamic analysis methods.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Mastering Dsp Concepts Using MATLAB/ Craig Borghesani  
This book allows visualization of concepts using MATLAB tutor programs related to eight tutorials included in the book. Each chapter contains an overview of basic background materials followed by simple examples. Requires no knowledge of MATLAB or other programming skills. Each tutor allows instant updating of the graphical results allowing the reader to explore important concepts in detail.
Submitted: Aug 01, 1999
Biomedical Signal Processing and Signal Modeling  
By Eugene N. Bruce. This book is written at a level for use in a first-semester graduate course in biomedical engineering or an advanced undergraduate course. With a biomedical engineering perspective on the theory, methods, and applications of signal processing, this book provides a unique framework for understanding signal processing of biomedical signals and what it tells us about signal sources and their behavior in response to perturbation.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Basics of Multimedia Technology: Discrete Cosine Transform  
By Hitoshi Kiya & Syougo Muramatsu. Written in Japanese, this book discusses the fundamental theory of the discrete cosine transform, as well as its application to multimedia technology and digital signal processing design and analysis.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Digital Signals and Systems with MATLAB  
By Shuichi Adachi. Written in Japanese, this book presents the fundamental theory of digital signals and systems. The first half of the book discusses the representation of linear systems and discrete-time Fourier transforms. The second half of the book presents digital filters and sampling, with many application examples. MATLAB and the Signal Processing Toolbox are used to solve numerous problems throughout the book.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Discrete Systems Laboratory Using MATLAB  
By Martin Schetzen & Vinay K. Ingle. Written to accompany lecture courses on linear systems or DSP, this supplement provides 16 hands-on laboratory experiments for students to perform using MATLAB.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Signals and Systems, 2e  
By Simon Haykin & Barry Van Veen. This book is intended for use in electrical engineering curricula in the sophomore and junior years and for upper-level courses in communication systems, control systems, and digital signal processing. It provides a balanced and integrated treatment of continuous-time and discrete-time forms of signals and systems intended to reflect their roles in engineering practice.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Introduction to Signals and Systems  
By Douglas K. Lindner, ISBN 0-256-25259-9
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Lessons in Estimation Theory for Signal Processing, Communications, and Control  
Providing an introduction to the general field of estimation theory, the subject matter of this book is divided equally into two parts: parametric estimation, and state estimation. Each lesson includes a summary of what has been taught, theory and examples specific to the topic, and multiple-choice summary questions to test what the reader has learned. Examples are presented throughout the text using MATLAB, the Control System Toolbox, and the Optimization Toolbox. MATLAB M-files that the author has developed and listed in the appendix are also used throughout the text.
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An Introduction to Random Vibrations, Spectral & Wavelet Analysis, 3e  
By D.E. Newland. This text is designed for senior-level undergraduate students in engineering and the applied sciences, and for postgraduate students studying vibration and signal analysis. It may also be used as a reference by engineers doing wavelet analysis.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Signals and Systems: Analysis Using Transform Methods and MATLAB  
By M. J. Roberts. The book includes parallel coverage of continuous-time and discrete-time signals and systems. MATLAB and the Signal Processing and Control System Toolboxes are used to solve example problems. An introduction to MATLAB is included in an appendix.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
DSP First: A Multimedia Approach  
By James H. McClellan / Ronald W. Schafer & Mark A. Yoder, ISBN 0-13-243171-8 This hands-on, multimedia package provides a motivating introduction tofundamental concepts, of discrete-time systems; for beginning engineeringstudents. It is suitable for courses such as introduction to electricalengineering, undergraduate digital signal processing, and electrical engineeringfor nonmajors. This class-tested learning package can also be used asa self-teaching tool for anyone eager to discover more about DSP applications,multimedia signals, and MATLAB. The package provides unique features suchas visual learning demonstrations, MATLAB laboratories, and solved homeworkproblems.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Introducción a las Onditas: Una presentacion para Cursos de Grado de Ingenieria con MATLAB  
By Carlos E. D'Attellis / Marta T. Anaya / Maria I. Cavallaro & Francisco F. Villaverde, ISBN 950-9088-77-3 Written in Spanish, this beginner's guide contains an intuitive approachfor engineering students. It also presents complete MATLAB programs coveringthe most important issues, from Fourier and windowed Fourier transformsto polynomial splines in a multiresolution framework. Examples are presented.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Using MATLAB from the DSP Perspective  
By Yi Cheng Meng. Written in Chinese, this book presents basic digital signal processing (DSP) theory and application techniques using MATLAB. MATLAB and the Signal Processing Toolbox are used to solve examples throughout the book.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Digitale Signalverarbeitung: Grundlagen und Anwendungen Beispiele und Ubungen mit MATLAB  
By Daniel Ch. von Grünigen, ISBN 3-905214-16-4 This book, written in German, covers the fundamentals of digital signalprocessing for engineering students and for practicing engineers who haveto solve problems using the Fourier transform, correlation, and digitalfilters. Many examples, graphs, and exercises are used to illustrate thematerial.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Digital Signal Processing, 2e: Concepts and Applications  
By Bernard Mulgrew, Peter Grant & John Thompson. Designed for undergraduate and graduate courses in signals and systems and signal processing, this book aims to give students the essentials of this subject. It concentrates on discrete systems, starting with digital filters and discrete Fourier transforms, then extending to adaptive filters and spectrum analysis techniques.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
MATLAB und Simulink in Signalverarbeitung und Kommunikationstechnik  
By Josef Hoffmann. Written in German, this book is intended for engineering students and practicing engineers. The book begins with a description of MATLAB functions and Simulink blocks for analyzing continuous, discrete, and stochastic systems.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Introduction to Applied Statistical Signal Analysis, 2e  
By Richard Shiavi, ISBN 0-12-640010-5
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Digital Signal Processing  
By Thomas J. Cavicchi, ISBN 0-471-124729
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Digital Signal Processing Learned with Simulation  
By Hiroshi Ochi. Written in Japanese for technical college and university students, this book begins with a discussion of the basic theory of digital signal processing and progresses to system design methods using MATLAB.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
DSP First: A Multimedia Approach  
By James H. McClellan, Ronald W. Schafer, Mark A. Yoder & Minoru Ara. Written in Japanese, this hands-on, multimedia package provides a motivating introduction to fundamental concepts of discrete-time systems for beginning engineering students. It is suitable for courses such as introduction to electrical engineering, undergraduate digital signal processing, and electrical engineering for nonmajors.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
System Analysis and Signal Processing : With Emphasis on the Use of Matlab / Philip Denbigh  
System Analysis and Signal Processing provides a self-contained text suitable for students of 'signals and systems' and signal processing, from introductory to graduate level; it also serves as a useful companion for those studying network analysis and communications.
Submitted: Aug 01, 1999
Signals, Systems, and Transforms  
By Leland B. Jackson, ISBN 0-201-09589-0 This book is for use in a one-year introductory course covering the theoryof signals and linear systems at the third-year undergraduate level. Continuous-timeand discrete-time signals and systems are covered.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
The Analysis and Design of Systems Using MATLAB: Signal Processing  
By Lou Shuntian & Li Bohan, ISBN 7-5606-0634-2
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Multimedia Signals and Systems  
By Mrinal Kr. Mandal. Written for advanced-level courses and professionals, this book provides a technical introduction to multimedia signal processing techniques and systems.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Digitale Signalverarbeitung, 2e  
By Daniel Ch. von Grünigen. Written in German for students and practicing engineers, this book presents the fundamentals of digital signal processing. Topics covered include the Fourier transform, correlation, digital filters, and signal generators. MATLAB and the Signal Processing Toolbox are used to solve numerous examples throughout the text.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Linear Dynamic Systems and Signals  
By Zoran Gajic. Written for sophomore- and junior-level undergraduates, this book contains detailed linear system theory and presents unified techniques to recognize and solve dynamic linear system problems. MATLAB, Simulink, and the Control System and Signal Processing Toolboxes are used to solve application examples throughout the book.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Digital Signal Processing: System Analysis and Design  
By Paulo S. R. Diniz, Eduardo A. B. da Silva & Sergio L. Netto. Written for students and practicing engineers, this book aims to introduce readers to the tools for designing and analyzing digital signal processing systems.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Specification and Design Methodology for Real-Time Embedded Systems  
By Randall S. Janka. Written for researchers and practicing engineers, this book presents a new specification and design methodology which addresses the requirements of specification, design exploration, and implementation of multiprocessing-based signal processing systems. The book briefly introduces MATLAB, Excel Link, Stateflow, the DSP Blockset, and Real-Time Workshop. Simulink is used to validate the MAGIC SDM in a case study chapter.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Traitement numerique des signaux (French)  
By Christian S. Gargour & V. Ramachandran. ISBN 2-921145-24-3. Written in French, this book presents the fundamental principles and design methods of digital signal processing. MATLAB is used to illustrate the theoretical concepts and solve numerous examples throughout the book.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
Digitale Signalverarbeitung mit MATLAB, 2 Auflage: Intensivkurs mit 16 Versuchen  
By Martin Werner. Written in German, this book discusses the theory and practical application of digital signal processing. Topics covered include discrete Fourier transforms, fast Fourier transforms, spectral analysis, stochastic signals, and analog-digital conversion.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Traitement numérique du signal: simulation sous MATLAB  
By Gérard Blanchet & Maurice Charbit, ISBN 2-88601-667-X
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Uvod u Digitalnu Obradu Signala  
By Dr. Ljiljana Milic & Dr. Zoran Dobrosavljevic. Written in Serbian, this book is an introduction to digital signal processing. Key topics include discrete signals and systems, Fourier and z-transforms, A/D and D/A conversion, discrete Fourier transforms, fast Fourier transforms, digital IIR and FIR filtering, and digital filter realization structures.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Cislicove Filtry  
By Robert Vích & Zdenek Smékal. Written in Czech, this book presents one-dimensional digital signal filtering. It covers topics from writing differential equations for discrete linear systems with one input and one output through the methods of designing linear, adaptive, and homomorphous digital filters to their realization by digital hardware.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Digitale Signalverarbeitung in der Nachrichtenübertragung: Elemente, Bausteine, Systeme und ihre Algorithmen  
By Peter Gerdsen & Peter Kröger. This book, written in German, provides a short introduction to MATLAB for signal processing and communications. It explains theories such as FFT and DFT and how algorithms are derived from them.
Submitted: Feb 20, 2004
Stochastische Signale: mit Übungen und einem MATLAB-Praktikum  
By J.F. Böhme, ISBN 3-519-16160-5
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Digitale Signalverarbeitung: Filterung und Spektralanalyse mit MATLAB-Übungen  
By K.D. Kammeyer & K. Kroschel, ISBN 3-519-36122-1
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003



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