Signal Processing: A Mathematical Approach
A practical guide to the mathematics behind signal processing, this book provides the essential mathematical background and tools necessary to understand and employ signal processing techniques. Topics addressed include: - Fourier series and transforms in one and several variables, - applications to acoustic and electromagnetic propagation models, - transmission and emission tomography and image reconstruction, - optimization techniques, - high-resolution methods, and more. The emphasis is on the general problem of extracting information from limited data obtained by some form of remote sensing: acoustic or radar processing, satellite imaging, or medical tomographic scanning.
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