The Digital Signal Processing Handbook – Second Edition
Publisher: CRC Press | Vijay K. Madisetti | English | ISBN: 978-1-4200-4606-9 | PDF | 906 Pages | 9.43 Mb
Digital signal processing (DSP) is concerned with the theoretical and practical aspects of representing information-bearing signals in a digital form and with using computers, special-purpose hardware and software, or similar platforms to extract information, process it, or transform it in useful ways. Areas where DSP has made a significant impact include telecommunications, wireless and mobile communications, multimedia applications, user interfaces, medical technology, digital entertainment, radar and sonar, seismic signal processing, and remote sensing, to name just a few.
The second edition of the DSP handbook consists of volumes on Digital Signal Processing Fundamentals; Video, Speech, and Audio Signal Processing and Associated Standards; and Wireless, Networking, Radar, Sensor Array Processing, and Nonlinear Signal Processing to ensure that each part is dealt with in adequate detail, and that each part is then able to develop its own individual identity and role in terms of its educational mission and audience. I expect each part to be frequently updated with chapters that reflect the changes and new developments in the technology and in the field. The distribution model for the DSP handbook also reflects the increasing need by professionals to access content in electronic form anywhere and at anytime.
Digital Signal Processing Fundamentals, as the name implies, provides a comprehensive coverage of the basic foundations of DSP and includes the following parts: Signals and Systems; Signal Representation and Quantization; Fast Algorithms and Structures; Digital Filtering; Statistical Signal Processing; Adaptive Filtering; Inverse Problems and Signal Reconstruction; and Time–Frequency and Multirate Signal Processing.