Handbook of Formulas and Tables for Signal Processing

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Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 1, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 838 pages
This book serves as an essential reference for all engineers involved in signal and image processing. It examines the theories and applications of signal processing in filtering, coding, transmitting, estimating, detecting, analysing, recognising, and reproducing signals.
 

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Contents

Fourier Series
11
Laplace Transforms
2-1
Fourier Transforms
3-1
DiscreteTime Fourier Transforms One and TwoDimensional
3-31
Distributions Delta Function
5-1
The ZTransform
601
Windows
7-1
TwoDimensional ZTransform
81
Bessel Functions
25-1
Zernike Polymonials
261
Special Functions
27-1
Asymptotic Expansions
285
Nonrecursive Filters Finite Impulse Reponse Fir
291
Recursive Filters Infinite Impulse Reponse IIR
301
Recursive Filters Satisfying Prescribed Specifications
311
Statistics
32-1

Analytical Methods
91
Signals and Their Characterization
Y-31
Discrete Fourier Transforms
11-1
Analog Filter Approximations
121
Sine and Cosine Transforms
141
The Hartley Transform
14-1
The Hilbert Transform
15-1
The Radon and Abel Transform
161
The Hankel Transform
17-1
The Mellin Transform
181
TimeFrequency Transformations
191
Functions of a Complex Variable
206
Legendre Polynomials
211
Hermite Polynomials
223
Laguerre Polynomials
229
Chebyshev Polynomials
237
Matrices
1
Probability and Stochastic Processes
34-1
Random Digital Signal Processing
35-1
Spectrum Estimiation of Random Discrete Signals
361
Adaptive Filters
37-1
Bandlimited FunctionsSampling
381
HighOrder Statistical Analysis
391
Stochastic Simulation Random Variate Generation
403
Nonlinear Digital Filtering
411
Wavelet Transform
42-1
Trigonometry and Hyperbolic Trigonometry
42-19
Algebra
44-1
Calculus
45-1
Index
11
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