Strip-Method for Image and Signal Transformation

Strip-Method for Image and Signal Transformation

by Leonid A. Mironovsky, Valery A. Slaev

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ISBN-13: 9783110251920
Publisher: De Gruyter
Publication date: 01/01/2012
Series: De Gruyter Studies in Mathematical Physics Series , #1
Pages: 175
Product dimensions: 6.69(w) x 9.45(h) x 0.02(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Leonid A. Mironovsky, Saint Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation, Russia; Valery A. Slaev, Mendeleyev Research Institute for Metrology, Saint Petersburg, Russia.

Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction
CHAPTER 1. THE STRIP-METHOD OF TRANSFORMATION OF SIGNALS
1.1. The strip-method linear encoding, and problems solved by it
1.2. Conservation of a "smoothness" of the transformed signal
1.3. Alignment of a variance of a non-stationary signal
1.4. Alignment comprehension a non-stationary signal
1.5. Spectrum narrowing of an encoding signal
CHAPTER 2. OPTIMAL CHEBYSHEV ENCODING AND THE FILTRATION
2.1. Preliminary remarks
2.2. Problem statement
2.3. An estimation of a potential noise-immune in case of single pulse noise
2.4. An estimation of a potential noise-immune in case of multiple pulse noise
2.5. Synthesis optimal Chebyshev filter
2.6. Quasi-optimal encoding
2.7. Redundancy introduction in a strip-method linear encoding
CHAPTER 3. THE STRIP-METHOD OF TRANSFORMATION OF IMAGES
3.1. A two-dimensional strip-transformation
3.2. A choice of optimal matrices of transformation
3.3. Examples of strip-transformation of images
3.4. Definition of critical multiplicity of pulse noise
3.5. Root images of bilateral strip-transformation
CHAPTER 4. HARDWARE REALIZATION OF THE STRIP-METHOD
4.1. Realization of a strip-method with use of magnetic recording-reproduction
4.2. Realization of a strip-method with a cyclic matrix
4.3. The device of alignment of a signal variance
4.4. Devices for introduction of information redundancy
Conclusion
Appendix. Hadamard matrices and matrices close to them
Bibliography

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