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William H. Press
The product of a unique collaboration among four leading scientists in academic research and industry, Numerical Recipes is a complete text and reference book on scientific computing. In a self-contained manner it proceeds from mathematical and theoretical considerations to actual practical computer routines. With over 100 new routines bringing the total to well over 300, plus upgraded versions of the original routines, the new edition remains the most practical, comprehensive handbook of scientific computing available today.
Richard G. Lyons
This edition adds extensive new coverage of quadrature signals for digital communications, recent improvements in digital filtering, and much more. It also contains more than twice as many "DSP Tips and Tricks"...including clever techniques even seasoned professionals may have overlooked.
Udo Zölzer, Xavier Amatriain, Daniel Arfib, Jordi Bonada, Giovanni De Poli, Pierre Dutilleux, Gianpaolo Evangelista, Florian Keiler, Alex Loscos, Davide Rocchesso, Mark Sandler, Xavier Serra, Todor Todoroff
* Digital Audio Effects (DAFX) covers the use of digital signal processing and its applications to sounds * Discusses digital audio effects from both an introductory level, for musicians, and an advanced level, for signal processing engineers * Explains what can be done in the digital processing of sounds in the form of computer algorithms and sound examples resulting from these transformations * Brings together essential DSP algorithms for sound processing, providing an excellent introduction to the topic
Lawrence R. Rabiner, Bernard Gold
E. Oran Brigham
The Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) is a mathematical method widely used in signal processing. This book focuses on the application of the FFT in a variety of areas: Biomedical engineering, mechanical analysis, analysis of stock market data, geophysical analysis, and the conventional radar communications field.
Alan V. Oppenheim, Ronald W. Schafer, John R. Buck
THE definitive, authoritative book on DSP -- ideal for those with an introductory-level knowledge of signals and systems. Written by prominent, DSP pioneers, it provides thorough treatment of the fundamental theorems and properties of discrete-time linear systems, filtering, sampling, and discrete-time Fourier Analysis. By focusing on the general and universal concepts in discrete-time signal processing, it remains vital and relevant to the new challenges arising in the field -- "without" limiting itself to specific technologies with relatively short life spans. FEATURES NEW--Provides a new chapter organization. NEW--Material on: Multi-rate filtering banks. The discrete cosine transform. Noise-shaping sampling strategies. NEW--Includes several dozen new problem-solving examples that not only illustrate key points, but demonstrate approaches to typical problems related to the material. NEW--Contains a wealth of "combat tested" problems which are the best produced over decades of undergraduate and graduate signal processing classes at MIT and Georgia Tech. NEW--Problems are completely reorganized by level of difficulty into separate categories: Basic Problems with Answers to allow the user to check their results, but not solutions (20 per chapter). Basic Problems -- without answers. Advanced Problems. Extension Problems -- start from the discussion in the book and lead the reader beyond to glimpse some advanced areas of signal processing. Covers the history of discrete-time signal processing as well as contemporary developments in the field. Discusses the wide range of present and future applications of the technology. Focuses on the general and universal concepts in discrete-time signal processing. Offers a wealth of problems and examples.
Content-based multimedia retrieval is a challenging research field with many unsolved problems. This monograph details concepts and algorithms for robust and efficient information retrieval of two different types of multimedia data: waveform-based music data and human motion data. It first examines several approaches in music information retrieval, in particular general strategies as well as efficient algorithms. The book then introduces a general and unified framework for motion analysis, retrieval, and classification, highlighting the design of suitable features, the notion of similarity used to compare data streams, and data organization.
T. W. Körner
The author has provided a shop window for some of the ideas, techniques and elegant results of Fourier analysis, and for their applications. These range from number theory, numerical analysis, control theory and statistics, to earth science, astronomy, and electrical engineering. Each application is placed in perspective with a short essay. The prerequisites are few (the reader with knowledge of second or third year undergraduate mathematics should have no difficulty following the text), and the style is lively and entertaining.
Richard G. Lyons
This book presents recent advances in DSP to simplify, or increase the computational speed of, common signal processing operations. The topics describe clever DSP tricks of the trade not covered in conventional DSP textbooks. This material is practical, real-world, DSP tips and tricks as opposed to the traditional highly-specialized, math-intensive, research subjects directed at industry researchers and university professors. This book goes well beyond the standard DSP fundamentals textbook and presents new, but tried-and-true, clever implementations of digital filter design, spectrum analysis, signal generation, high-speed function approximation, and various other DSP functions.