Joint Time-frequency Analysis: Methods and Applications

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PTR Prentice Hall, Jan 1, 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 302 pages
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Traditionally, signals have been analyzed in either the time domain or the frequency domain. As digital signal processing applications in space exploration, medicine and so on become more complex, more sophisticated techniques to analyze speech and image signals are necessary. One such technique rapidly gaining in popularity is Joint Time-Frequency Analysis (JTFA). This book provides a comprehensive introduction to JFTA complete with JFTA applications. Written by two senior developers at National Instruments who have worked extensively in the development of the JFTA toolkit, the book provides a balanced presentation of theory and practical applications, includes a demo disk of the JFTA developed at National Instruments, and three in-depth case studies of JFTA applications contributed by experts in the fields of radar, economics, and medicine.

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Qian is the leading DSP researcher at National Instruments. He has been working on the theory and applications of time-frequency and wavelet analysis for over ten years, in applications including rotating machinery, communications, radar, seismology, and biomedicine. He holds eight patents.

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