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Fundamentals of Statistical Signal Processing, Volume III : Practical Algorithm Development

ISBN: 9780132808033 | 013280803X
Edition: 1st
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Pub. Date: 3/26/2013

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This practical, hands-on book is designed to help scientists, engineers, and students gain deeper expertise and more reliable intuition into the effective practice of statistical signal processing. The third volume in Dr. Steven Kay's internationally respected series, this book brings his earlier coverage of theory into focus by applying it to today's practical projects of interest. It provides a complete and practical methodology for solving signal processing problems and design signal processing systems, as well as extensive features for hands on practice -- including block diagrams, MATLAB programs, illustrations, exercises, case studies, and more. Drawing on more than 35 years of signal processing experience, Dr. Kay guides readers in: * Mastering the mathematical modeling, computer simulation, and performance evaluation techniques needed to develop effective signal processing algorithms * Assimilating and practicing common tools, including useful analytical results and MATLAB implementations for evaluation and testing * Identifying the specific approaches and algorithms that work best in practice: those that have stood the test of time * Successfully pplying the book's methods to real-world problems * Discovering extensions often required in practice * Translating math into code, in stages ranging from simple to complex * Verifying code integrity through test cases

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