## A Unified Signal Algebra Approach to Two-Dimensional Parallel Digital Signal ProcessingAims to bridge the gap between parallel computer architectures and the creation of parallel digital signal processing (DSP) algorithms. This work offers an approach to digital signal processing utilizing the unified signal algebra environment to develop naturally occurring parallel DSP algorithms.;College or university book shops may order five or more copies at a special student price. Price is available on request. |

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### Contents

Two Dimensional Signals | 1 |

Fundamental Operations on Two Dimensional Sig | 17 |

ations | 29 |

Convolution of Digital Signals | 59 |

Z Transforms | 116 |

Difference Equations | 159 |

Wraparound Signal Processing | 187 |

Parallel Multidimensional Algorithms for Single | 249 |

Appendix | 279 |

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