Signal Processing: Model Based Approach

Signal Processing: Model Based Approach

by James V. Candy
     
 
This book presents the fundamental concepts underlying model-based signal processing. The emphasis is on the practical design of these processors using popular techniques; each type of processor is developed in the unified `model-based' framework,and examples and computer simulations are heavily employed as a teaching aide. The book presupposes a course in

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This book presents the fundamental concepts underlying model-based signal processing. The emphasis is on the practical design of these processors using popular techniques; each type of processor is developed in the unified `model-based' framework,and examples and computer simulations are heavily employed as a teaching aide. The book presupposes a course in stochastic processes and basic linear system theory (z-transforms and state space). Using only as much theory as is needed,the author makes clear the concepts and techniques of model-based estimation,which were once only accessible to specialists in this area. This is valuable practical knowledge for prospective engineers in navigation,data processing,economics,aircraft systems,weapons development,radar,sonar and other areas,where model-based estimation is part of their everyday tasks.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780070097254
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
01/01/1986
Series:
Mcgraw-Hill Series in Electrical Engineering
Pages:
256

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