Format: Trade Paperback
Dimensions: 348 Pages, 6.3 × 9.45 × 0.39 in
Published: December 13, 2012
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 1107411823
ISBN - 13: 9781107411821
Table of Contents
Preface; Part I. Foundations: 1. Introduction; 2. Sampling; 3. Conversion between analogue and digital; 4. The frequency domain; 5. Filters; 6. Likelihood methods; 7. Numerical considerations; Part II. Applications: 8. Audio; 9. Still images; 10. Moving images; 11. Communications; 12. Implementations; Answers to chapter exercises.
From the Publisher
The principles of signal processing are fundamental to the operation of many everyday devices. This 2007 book introduces the basic theory of digital signal processing, with emphasis on real-world applications. Sampling, quantization, the Fourier transform, filters, Bayesian methods and numerical considerations are covered, then developed to illustrate how they are used in audio, image, and video processing and compression, and in communications. The book concludes with methods for the efficient implementation of algorithms in hardware and software. Intuitive arguments rather than mathematical ones are used wherever possible, and links between various signal processing techniques are stressed. The advantages and disadvantages of different approaches are presented in the context of real-world examples, enabling the reader to choose the best solution to a given problem. With over 200 illustrations and over 130 exercises (including solutions), this book will appeal to practitioners working in signal processing, and undergraduate students of electrical and computer engineering.
About the Author
Mark Owen is the pseudonym of a former member of the United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group (DEVGRU) who participated in the mission that resulted in the death of Osama bin Laden. His book No Easy Day is a military memoir that details Owen's career with DEVGRU, including several combat missions in which he participated with the unit. At least half of the book focuses on Owen's participation in the mission that killed bin Laden. Shortly after the book's announcement, Owen's identity was revealed as Matt Bissonnette; the Department of Defense confirmed that he was the author. For media appearances, including an interview on 60 Minutes, Owen appeared incognito. On September 13, 2012, No Easy Day replaced Fifty Shades of Grey atop USA Today's bestselling books list. Dutton Penguin stated that the book's print run for its first week of sales was up to 1 million copies, not counting e-books. In May 2014, No Easy Day made The New York Times Best Seller List.