Detection, Estimation, and Modulation Theory, Part 1
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The first I heard of this book was when I was reading some journal papers on adaptive lattice filters. In a discussion with my adviser, I made a passing mention of this book and my adviser told me that this is a classic in statistical signal processing. Now when I am taking the course on stat sig proc. it is only appropriate that I use this book as a reference. So far, I have liked this book. The technical depth is phenomenal but the succinctness and appropriateness of the examples is experienced only by reading the book.
The book has big chapters spanning hundreds of pages, which can be demotivating sometimes but is a good read. The technicalities are explained so well that it doesn't bog you down.
I highly recommend this book for novices and experts of signal processing and electronic communication. I am reading a 1968-original-print borrowed from the library but I will buy one soon.
The classic textbook for detection and estimation. Good reference.