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|Applications in Time-Frequency Signal Processing|
|Preface Time-Frequency Processing: A Tutorial on Principles and Practice, Antonia Papendreou-Suppappol Inference Excision via Time-Frequency Distributions: Alan R. Lindsey, Liang Zhao, Moeness Amin Positive Time-Frequency Distributions, Patrick Loughlin, Leon Cohen Positive Time-Frequency Distributions and Acoustic Echoes, Dale Groutage, David Bennink, Patrick Loughlin, Leon Cohen Time-Frequency Reassignment: From Principles to Algorithms, P. Flandrin, F. Auger, E. Chassande-Mottin Linear Time-Frequency Filters: Online Algorithms and Applications, Gerald Matz, Franz Hlawatsch Discrete Reduced Interference Distributions, William J. Williams Time-Frequency Analysis of Seismic Reflection Data, Phillippe Steeghs, Richard Baraniuk, Jan Erik Odegard Time-Frequency Methodology for Newborn EEG Seizure Detection, Boualem Boashash, Mostefa Mesbah Quadratic Time-Frequency Features for Speech Recognition, James Droppo, Les Atlas|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN: 0849300657||PGS: 432||List: 157.95 YOUR PRICE: 150.05|
|Data Analysis and Signal Processing in Chromatography|
|This book gives an overview of the numerical data analysis and signal treatment techniques that are used in chromatography and related separation techniques. Emphasis is given to the description of the symmetrical and asymmetrical chromatographic peak shape models. Both theoretical and empirical models are discussed.|
The fundamentals of data acquisition, types and effect of baseline noise, and methods of improving the signal-to-noise ratio (either in time or in frequency and wavelet domain) are thoroughly discussed. Resolution enhancement techniques, such as curve fitting, deconvolution by Fourier and wavelet transforms, iterative deconvolution, Kalman filtering and multivariate methods of curve resolution are all discussed with several chromatographic examples. Quantitative analysis by peak area of peak height measurement, the precision and accuracy of the quantitation of stand-alone or overlapping and symmetrical or asymmetrical peaks are treated. In a separate chapter, guidelines are given for the use of transform techniques for the analysis of chromatograms.
A statistical description of peak overlap is given in the final chapters. Since the concept of resolution has to be reconsidered when one separates complex mixtures, the problem of resolution and overlap is quantitatively discussed by means of statistical methods, and by using Fourier analysis of the complex chromatogram.
Features of this book
. The ultimate source of numerical techniques to enhance chromatographic data
. Gives a detailed description of signal and resolution enhancement techniques in a manner applicable for enhancing not only chromatography, but also spectroscopic and other analytical signals
. The first book with a thorough overview of the statistics of peak overlap.
This is the first volume to encompass both the simple and more sophisticated methods for the numerical treatment of chromatograms. It is, therefore, the fundamental resource of numerical analysis methods for every analyst.
CONTENTS: 1. Introduction. 2. Mathematical background. 3. Models of chromatography. 4. Data acquisition. 5. Peak shape analysis. 6. Noise. 7. Signal enhancement. 8. Peak detection. 9. Quantitative analysis. 10 Resolution enhancement. 11. Multivariate signal resolution. 12. Transform techniques in chromatography. 13. Information theory. 14. Quality assurance and validation. 15. Statistical theory of peak overlap. 16 Fourier analysis of multicomponent chromatograms. Index.
|Elsevier Science||H||ISBN: 0444820663||PGS: N/A||List: 272.00 YOUR PRICE: 258.40|
|Electrical Measurement, Signal Processing, and Displays|
|ELECTROMAGNETIC VARIABLES MEASUREMENT Voltage Measurement Current Measurement Power Measurement Power Factor Measurement Phase Measurement Energy Measurement Electrical Conductivity and Resistivity Charge Measurement Capacitance and Capacitance Measurements Permittivity Measurement Electric Field Strength Magnetic Field Measurement Permeability and Hysteresis Measurement Inductance Measurement Immittance Measurement Q Factor Measurement Distortion Measurement Noise Measurement. Microwave Measurement SIGNAL PROCESSING Amplifiers and Signal Conditioners Modulation Filters Spectrum Analysis and Correlation Applied Intelligence Processing Analog-to-Digital Converters Computers Telemetry Sensor Networks and Communication Electromagnetic Compatibility DISPLAYS Human Factors in Displays Cathode Ray Tube Displays Liquid Crystal Displays Plasma-Driven Flat Panel Displays Electroluminescent Displays Light-Emitting Diode Displays Reading/Recording Devices|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN: 0849317339||PGS: 768||List: 157.95 YOUR PRICE: 150.05|
|Fundamentals of Acoustic Field Theory and Space-Time Signal Processing|
|Part I ACOUSTIC FIELD THEORY: The Linear Wave Equation and Fundamental Acoustical Quantities: Equations of Motion. Equation of Continuity. Equation of State and the Speed of Sound. Derivation of the Linear Wave Equation. Time-Average Intensity Vector and Time-Average Power. Sound-Pressure Level, Source Level, Transmission Loss, and Sound-Intensity Level. Problems. Appendices. Bibliography. Wave Propagation in the Rectangular Coordinate System: Solution of the Linear Three-Dimensional Homogeneous Wave Equation. Free-Space Propagation. Reflection and Transmission Coefficients. The Rectangular Cavity. Waveguide with Rectangular Cross-Sectional Area. The Time-Independent Free-Space Green's Function. Solution of the Linear Three-Dimensional Inhomogeneous Wave Equation with Arbitrary Source Distribution. Integral Representations of the Time-Independent Free-Space Green's Function in Rectangular Coordinates. Problems. Appendices. Bibliography. Wave Propagation in the Cylindrical Coordinate System: Solution of the Linear Three-Dimensional Homogeneous Wave Equation. Free-Space Propagation. The Cylindrical Cavity. Waveguide with Circular Cross-Sectional Area. Scattering by a Cylinder. Integral Representations of the Time-Independent Free-Space Green's Function in Cylindrical Coordinates. Reflection and Transmission of Spherical Waves at Planar Boundaries. Waveguide Models of the Ocean: Normal Modes. Waveguide Model of the Ocean: Full-Wave Solution. Problems. Appendices. Bibliography. Wave Propagation in the Spherical Coordinate System: Solution of the Linear Three-Dimensional Homogeneous Wave Equation. Free-Space Propagation. The Spherical Cavity. Scattering by a Sphere. Problems. Bibliography. Wave Propagation in Inhomogeneous Media: The WKB Approximation. Ray Acoustics. The Parabolic Equation Approximation. Problems. Appendices. Bibliography. Part II SPACE-TIME SIGNAL PROCESSING: Complex Aperture Theory: Coupling Transmitted and Received Electrical Signals to the Fluid Medium. Near-Field and Far-Field Directivity Functions of Volume Apertures. Linear Apertures and Far-Field Directivity Functions. Linear Apertures and Near-Field Directivity Functions. Planar Apertures and Far-Field Directivity Functions. Planar Apertures and Near-Field Directivity Functions. Directivity Index. Problems. Appendix. Bibliography. Array Theory: Linear Arrays and Far-Field Directivity Functions. Linear Arrays and Near-Field Directivity Functions. Array Gain. Planar Arrays and Far-Field Directivity Functions. Planar Arrays and Near-Field Directivity Functions. Volume Arrays and Far-Field Directivity Functions. Problems. Bibliography. Signal Processing: FFT Beamforming for Planar Arrays. Complex Envelopes. The Auto-Ambiguity Function. Time Compression/Stretch Factor, Time Delay, and Doppler Shift Expressions. Problems. Appendix. Bibliography. Fundamentals of Linear, Time-Variant, Space-Variant Filters and the Propagation of Small-Amplitude Acoustic Signals: Impulse Response and Transfer Function. Bifrequency Function. Output Frequency and Angular Spectrum. Coupling Equations and Pulse Propagation. Bibliography. SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS. INDEX.|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN: 0849394554||PGS: 720||List: 167.95 YOUR PRICE: 159.55|
|Handbook of Formulas and Tables for Signal Processing|
|Fourier Series The Laplace Transform One-Dimensional Continuous Fourier Transform Discrete-Time Fourier Transform The Delta Function The One-Dimension Z Transform Windows Two-Dimensional Z Transform Analytical Methods Signals and Their Representation Discrete Fourier Transform Analog Filter Approximations Sine and Cosine Transforms The Hartley Transform he Hilbert Transform The Radon and Abel Transforms The Hankel Transform The Mellin Transform Time-Frequency Transformations Complex Variable Analysis Legendre Polynomials Hermite Polynomials Laguere Polynomials Chebyshev Polynomials Bessel Functions Zernike Polynomials Special Functions Asymptotic Expansions Non-Recursive Filters Recursive Filters Recursive Filters Satisfying Prescribed Specifications Statistics Matrices Random Variables and Stochastic Processes Random Digital Signal Processing Spectral Estimation of Random Discrete Signals Adaptive Filters Band-Limited Functions and Sampling Theorem Higher-Order Statistical Analysis Stochastic Simulations Nonlinear Digital Filtering Wavelet Transforms Trigonometric and Hyperbolic Functions Algebra Calculus|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN: 0849385792||PGS: 864||List: 199.95 YOUR PRICE: 189.95|
|Optimal & Adaptive Signal Processing cl|
|Introduction. Random Signal Analysis: Discrete Random Signals. Spectral Representations of Discrete Random Signals. Response of Linear Systems to Random Signals. Random Signal Models. The Power Spectrum and the Phase of the Generating System. Estimation of Moments. Appendix 2A-Calculating the Correlation via Contour Integration. Optimal Signal Processing: Optimal Estimation Procedures. Optimal Least-Squares Filter Design. Applications of Least-Squares Filters. Appendix 3A-Positive Semi-Definite Form of the Autocorrelation Matrix. Appendix 3B-The Levinson Recursion. Appendix 3C-Durbin's Algorithm. Appendix 3D-Minimum Phase Property for the Prediction Error Filter. Introduction to Adaptive Signal Processing: Adaptive Signal Processing with the LMS Algorithm. Performance of the LMS Adaptive Filter. Appendix 4A-Diagonalization of the Correlation Matrix. Applications of Adaptive Filtering: Adaptive Noise Cancellation (ANC). Adaptive Line Enhancement. Adaptive Filters for Time-Delay Estimation. Some Applications of Adaptive Filtering to Communications. Appendix 5A-Matched Filter for Sinusoid in White Noise. Adaptive Signal Processing: Algorithms and Structures: General Remarks. LMS Variants. Recursive Least-Squares Algorithms. IIR Adaptive Filters. Lattice Structure Adaptive Filters. Frequency Domain Implementations of Adaptive Filters. Applications Revisited. Appendix 6A-Forward and Backwards Prediction Error Energy. Appendix 6B-Lattice Reflection Coefficients and the Prediction Error Filter. Appendix 6C-Linear and Circular Convolution. Methods of Spectral Estimation: Introduction. Periodogram Methods of Spectral Estimation. Blackman-Turkey Spectral Estimation. Parametric Spectral Estimation. Minimum Variance Spectral Estimation. Appendix 7A-Alternate Form for the Power Spectrum. Adaptive Arrays: Array Signal Processing. Array Shading. Optimal Arrays. Adaptive Systems. Index.|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||ISBN: 0849386098||PGS: 560||List: 229.95 YOUR PRICE: 218.45|
|Schaum's Outline of Digital Signal Processing, 1st Ed.|
|Signals and Systems.; Fourier Analysis.; Sampling. The Z-Transform.; Transform Analysis of Systems.; The DFT.; The Fast Fourier Transform.; Implementation of Discrete-Time Systems.; Filter Design. ,|
|McGraw-Hill||S||ISBN: 0070273898||PGS: 432||List: 21.95 YOUR PRICE: 20.85|
|Schaum's Outline of Signals and Systems, 1st Ed.|
|Signals and Systems ; Linear Time-Invariant Systems ; Laplace Transform and Continuous-Time LTI Systems ; The z-Transform and Discrete-Time LTI Systems ; Fourier Analysis of Continuous-Time Signals and Systems ; Fourier Analysis of Discrete-Time Signals and Systems ; State Space Analysis ; Appendices: Review of Matrix Theory ; Properties of Linear Time-Invariant Systems and Various Transforms ; Review of Complex Numbers ,|
|McGraw-Hill||S||ISBN: 0070306419||PGS: 352||List: 21.95 YOUR PRICE: 20.85|
|Signal Processing for Mobile Communications Handbook|
|Mobile Communications: Technologies and Challenges Multipath Propagation Models for Broadband Wireless Systems Modeling and Estimation of Mobile Channels Mobile Satellite Channels: Statistical Models and Performance Analysis Mobile Velocity Estimation for Wireless Communications Adaptive Coded Modulation for Transmission over Fading Channels Signaling Constellations for Nonlinear Channels Carrier Frequency Estimation for OFDM Systems Filter-Bank Modulation Techniques for Transmission over Frequency-Selective Channels Spread Spectrum Techniques for Mobile Communications Multi-User Detection for Fading Channels MIMO Systems: Principles and Trends Space-Time Coding for Wireless Communications Optimal Space-Time Coding for Transmission over Frequency-Selective MIMO Channels Performance Analysis of MIMO Systems Equalization Techniques for Fading Channels Low-Complexity Diversity Combining Schemes for Mobile Communications Overview of Equalization Techniques for MIMO Fading Channels Neural Networks for Transmission over Nonlinear Channels Voice over IP and Wireless: Principles and Challenges Geolocation Techniques for Wireless CDMA Systems Array Processing Techniques for Interference and Multipath Mitigation in GPS Receivers Transmitter Power Control in Wireless Networking: Principles and Algorithms Signal Processing for Multiaccess Communication Networks Time-Frequency Analysis for Mobile Communications Overview of Monte Carlo Signal Processing Methods for Digital Communications Principles of Chaos Communications Adaptation Techniques and Enabling Parameter Estimation Algorithms for Wireless Communication Systems|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN: 084931657X||PGS: 840||List: 209.95 YOUR PRICE: 199.45|
|Signal Processing Noise|
|PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS Probability: Basic Concepts Random Variables Stochastic Processes Correlation Function Spectral Density Statistical Characteristics Conclusions References CLASSICAL AND MODERN APPROACHES TO SIGNAL DETECTION THEORY Gaussian Approach Markov Approach Bayes' Decision-Making Rule Unbiased and Invariant Decision-Making Rules Mini-Max Decision-Making Rule Sequential Signal Detection Signal Detection in Non-Gaussian Noise Non-Parametric Signal Detection Conclusions References MAIN CHARACTERISTICS OF MULTIPLICATIVE NOISE Classification of the Noise and Interference Sources of the Multiplicative Noise Classification and Main Properties of Multiplicative Noise Correlation Function and Energy Spectrum of Multiplicative Noise Generalized Statistical Model of Multiplicative Noise Conclusions References STATISTICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SIGNALS UNDER THE STIMULUS OF MULTIPLICATIVE NOISE Deterministic and Quasideterministic Multiplicative Noise Stationary Fluctuating Multiplicative Noise Ensemble and Individual Realizations of the Signal Probability Distribution Density of the Signal in the Additive Gaussian Noise under the Stimulus of Multiplicative Noise Multivariate Probability Distribution Density of Instantaneous Values of the Signal under the Stimulus of Fluctuating Multiplicative Noise Conclusions References MAIN THEORETICAL PRINCIPLES OF THE GENERALIZED APPROACH TO SIGNAL PROCESSING UNDER THE STIMULUS OF MULTIPLICATIVE NOISE Basic Concepts Criticism Initial Premises Likelihood Ratio Engineering Interpretation Generalized Detector Distribution Law Conclusions References GENERALIZED APPROACH TO SIGNAL PROCESSING UNDER THE STIMULUS OF MULTIPLICATIVE NOISE AND LINEAR SYSTEMS Signal Characteristics at the Output of Linear System of the Generalized Detector under the Stimulus of Multiplicative Noise Signal Characteristics at the Generalized Detector Output under under the Stimulus of Multiplicative Noise Signal Noise Component for Some Types of Signals Signal Noise Component under the Stimulus of the Slow and Rapid Multiplicative Noise Signal Distribution Law under the Stimulus of Multiplicative Noise Conclusions References GENERALIZED APPROACH TO SIGNAL DETECTION IN THE PRESENCE OF MULTIPLICATIVE AND ADDITIVE GAUSSIAN NOISE Statistical Characteristics of Signals at the Output of the Generalized Detector Detection Performances of the Generalized Detector Known Correlation Function of the Multiplicative Noise One-Channel Generalized Detector Diversity Signal Detection Conclusions References SIGNAL PARAMETER MEASUREMENT PRECISION A Single Signal Parameter Measurement under a Combined Stimulus of Weak Multiplicative and Additive Gaussian Noise Simultaneous Measurement of Two Signal Parameters under a Combined Stimulus of Weak Multiplicative and Additive Gaussian Noise A Single Parameter Measurement under a Combined Stimulus of High Multiplicative and Additive Gaussian Noise Conclusions References SIGNAL RESOLUTION UNDER THE GENERALIZED APPROACH TO SIGNAL PROCESSING IN THE PRESENCE OF NOISE Estimation Criteria of Signal Resolution Signal Resolution by Woodward Criterion Statistical Criterion of Signal Resolution Conclusions References APPENDIX I: Delta Function APPENDIX II: Correlation Function and Energy Spectrum of Noise Modulation Function NOTATION INDEX INDEX|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN: 0849310253||PGS: 688||List: 219.95 YOUR PRICE: 208.95|
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