Unified Signal Theory

Mathematical concepts are introduced conceptually within the body of the book with more rigorous treatment being reserved for the appendices.

Author: Gianfranco Cariolaro

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780857294647

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Unified Signal Theory is an indispensible textbook dealing with the theory of deterministic signals; a topic of fundamental interest to graduates and senior undergraduates in the areas of information engineering (telecommunications, control, systems theory and electronics), astronomy, oceanography, earth science, biology and medicine. The unified theory follows an innovative approach – that of combining all signal classes into just one. The fundamental signal operations (convolution, Fourier transform, linear systems, sampling and interpolation) are established simultaneously for all the signal classes. This unified approach avoids the repetition of similar concepts consequent on other approaches’ separate treatment of definitions and properties for each signal class. Modern wavelet ideas are developed in harmony with the rest of the text. Unified Signal Theory provides: • exercises and examples, to give the student practice; • solutions which are available for download and save the tutor time; and • a choice of two suggested reading paths depending on the level of the student, for an enhanced learning experience. The advantages of the unified approach are many: it permits a global vision of the topic, it is economical in teaching and learning, and it can be adjusted easily to fit new applications. This textbook presents the theory in five chapters, and goes on to demonstrate specific applications such as fast Fourier transform implementation, sampling and reconstructions of signals, and multicolor modulation systems, in a further six chapters. Mathematical concepts are introduced conceptually within the body of the book with more rigorous treatment being reserved for the appendices.

A Unified Signal Algebra Approach to Two Dimensional Parallel Digital Signal Processing

Y , C. Wong , Introductory Theory of Topological Vector Spaces ( 1992 ) 168.
S. H. Kulkarni and B. V. Limaye , Real Function Algebras ( 1992 ) 169. W. C.
Brown , Matrices Over Commutative Rings ( 1993 ) 170. J. Loustau and M. Dillon
, Linear ...

Author: Louis A. D'Alotto

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780824700256

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 304

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Aims to bridge the gap between parallel computer architectures and the creation of parallel digital signal processing (DSP) algorithms. This work offers an approach to digital signal processing utilizing the unified signal algebra environment to develop naturally occurring parallel DSP algorithms.;College or university book shops may order five or more copies at a special student price. Price is available on request.

Wiley Encyclopedia of Telecommunications Volume 4

He was appointed full professor in 1975 and is currently Professor of Electrical
Communications and Signal Theory at the ... He is author of several books
including “ Unified Signal Theory " ( Torino , Italy : UTET , 2nd Edition , 1996 ) .
which ...

Author: John G. Proakis

Publisher: Wiley-Interscience

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 750

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"Contains 275 tutorial articles focused on modern telecommunications topics. The contents include articles on communication networks, source coding and decoding, channel coding and decoding, modulation and demodulation, optical communications, satellite communications, underwater acoustic communications, radio propagation, antennas, multiuser communications, magnetic storage systems, and a variety of standards"--V.1, p. v.

Toward a Unified Theory of Human Behavior

A very valuable concept in engineering is the signal - to - noise ratio : Given a
certain level of noise , how much stronger must be the particular signal to be
heard over it ? As an organization gets more complex , the probability of noise
may ...

Author: Roy Richard Grinker

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Category: Psychology

Page: 375

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Electroweak Interactions and Unified Theories

We conclude that we have observed a signal of 19 . 5 + 4 . 7 events from the
decay Kı + Toy . ! Figure 3 shows the m34 distribution for the signal events . Clear
evidence of signal at high m34 agree with chiral perturbation theory with little ...

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Quantum Communications

This book demonstrates that a quantum communication system using the coherent light of a laser can achieve performance orders of magnitude superior to classical optical communications Quantum Communications provides the Masters and PhD ...

Author: Gianfranco Cariolaro

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319156004

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 673

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This book demonstrates that a quantum communication system using the coherent light of a laser can achieve performance orders of magnitude superior to classical optical communications Quantum Communications provides the Masters and PhD signals or communications student with a complete basics-to-applications course in using the principles of quantum mechanics to provide cutting-edge telecommunications. Assuming only knowledge of elementary probability, complex analysis and optics, the book guides its reader through the fundamentals of vector and Hilbert spaces and the necessary quantum-mechanical ideas, simply formulated in four postulates. A turn to practical matters begins with and is then developed by: development of the concept of quantum decision, emphasizing the optimization of measurements to extract useful information from a quantum system; general formulation of a transmitter–receiver system particular treatment of the most popular quantum communications systems—OOK, PPM, PSK and QAM; more realistic performance evaluation introducing thermal noise and system description with density operators; consideration of scarce existing implementations of quantum communications systems and their difficulties with suggestions for future improvement; and separate treatment of quantum information with discrete and continuous states. Quantum Communications develops the engineering student’s exposure to quantum mechanics and shows physics students that its theories can have practically beneficial application in communications systems. The use of example and exercise questions (together with a downloadable solutions manual for instructors, available from http://extras.springer.com/) will help to make the material presented really sink in for students and invigorate subsequent research.

The Hybrid Grand Unified Theory

The nerves serve as communication channel or conductor of signals to and from
the nervous system to other parts of the body ... to some parts of the brain and
stored as long - term memory in due course , especially , Theoretical Applications
99.

Author: V. Lakshmikantham

Publisher: Atlantis Press / World Scientific

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 132

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In this book, an attempt is made to provide a hybrid grand unified theory to understand the universe, both in its micro/quantum aspects as well as macro/galactic aspects. The book describes a truly hybrid theory as it encompasses both the modern and ancient theories of the universe, together with its functioning at all levels of human comprehension. One of its authors, Dr Escultura, was nominated in 2005 for a Nobel Prize for his flux theory of gravitation. From then on this theory has been improved, clarified and is now known as the hybrid grand unified theory. This book deals with this new bold theory, unifying mathematics and physics, and answering some open fundamental questions and paradoxes in these disciplines. The book also describes what the ancient scientists knew about these matters.

Linear Algebra Signal Processing and Wavelets A Unified Approach

This book offers a user friendly, hands-on, and systematic introduction to applied and computational harmonic analysis: to Fourier analysis, signal processing and wavelets; and to their interplay and applications.

Author: Øyvind Ryan

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3030029409

Category: Mathematics

Page: 364

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This book offers a user friendly, hands-on, and systematic introduction to applied and computational harmonic analysis: to Fourier analysis, signal processing and wavelets; and to their interplay and applications. The approach is novel, and the book can be used in undergraduate courses, for example, following a first course in linear algebra, but is also suitable for use in graduate level courses. The book will benefit anyone with a basic background in linear algebra. It defines fundamental concepts in signal processing and wavelet theory, assuming only a familiarity with elementary linear algebra. No background in signal processing is needed. Additionally, the book demonstrates in detail why linear algebra is often the best way to go. Those with only a signal processing background are also introduced to the world of linear algebra, although a full course is recommended. The book comes in two versions: one based on MATLAB, and one on Python, demonstrating the feasibility and applications of both approaches. Most of the code is available interactively. The applications mainly involve sound and images. The book also includes a rich set of exercises, many of which are of a computational nature.

Physics Briefs

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Human Personality Towards a Unified Theory

Respondent conditioning is referred to by R . M . Gagne ( 1965 ) ás classical
conditioning or signal - learning . It involves a general response of the whole
organism to what is definable to an observer as a single specific stimulus . The
two ...

Author: Barrie Rogers

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Category: Personality

Page: 233

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Applications of Time Series Analysis in Astronomy and Meteorology

Definition 9.1 is general enough to include all signals of interest in the
applications by a suitable choice of the group pair ... 9.2 FUNDAMENTALS OF
UNIFIED SIGNAL THEORY 9.2.1 Group and group pairs in R " The ( Abelian )
groups in Rim ...

Author: T. Subba Rao

Publisher: Chapman and Hall/CRC

ISBN:

Category: Mathematics

Page: 465

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1991 IEEE International Conference on Systems Man and Cybernetics

The work shown here is important in optical computing , unified signal theory and
robot vision for several reasons . First by relating the theories of morphological
image processing to discrete signal processing we can use these relationships to
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Author: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Publisher: Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers(IEEE)

ISBN:

Category: Cybernetics

Page: 2120

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A Unified Approximation Theory for Frequency Selective Networks

Watanabe ' s signal paper , however , does not present all the ramifications that
might be valuable - - such as solution of approximation problems in image -
parameter theory , presentation of the general formulae in other complex planes
in ...

Author: Mike Sablatash

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Medical Imaging

A glance through the proceedings will reveal the extent to which the unified
signal - tonoise theory that many in this community have been developing over
the years has become the accepted language of the community . This makes not
only ...

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Category: Imaging systems in medicine

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Wavelet Unified Design Tool System for Digital Signal Processing

The mathematical theory and engineering applications of rank M wavelets and M-band filter banks are explored. Techniques for wavelet filter design are given, as well as the theory of smoothness (regularity) for wavelet systems.

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The mathematical theory and engineering applications of rank M wavelets and M-band filter banks are explored. Techniques for wavelet filter design are given, as well as the theory of smoothness (regularity) for wavelet systems. An overview of the WaveTool signal processing software package follows. Applications of rank M wavelets to telecommunications and data compression are described. Theoretical and laboratory results concerning wavelet based multicarrier modulation for last mile communications are reviewed. In addition, improvements to wavelet image compression and new applications to seismic, multispectral, and sonar data are presented. Finally, signal processing with multiwavelets is introduced. The interaction between the theory of rank M wavelets and the requirements of real world applications is considered throughout.

Signal Theory

The suitability of the various techniques depends largely upon how the observer
intends to utilize the information carried by the signals . To a large extent , a
generalized and unified treatment of these techniques is provided by the ...

Author: Lewis Embree Franks

Publisher:

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Category: Signal theory (Telecommunication).

Page: 317

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Communication and Radar Systems

Despite this difference of purpose , their similarities are greater , and that is the
reason they can be studied together in a unified manner . Both systems use
signals for transmission , so signal theory is the common background for both .

Author: Nicolaos S. Tzannes

Publisher: Prentice Hall

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 413

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Journal of the Audio Engineering Society

Circuit Theory , vol . CT - 1 , pp . 29 – 39 ( 1954 ) . [ 2 ] W . H . Huggins , “ Signal
Theory , ” IRE Trans . ... [ 33 ] P . Vaidyanathan , “ A Unified Approach to
Orthogonal Digital Filters and Wave Digital Filters , Based on LBR Two - Pair
Extraction ...

Author: Audio Engineering Society

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Category: Acoustical engineering

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"Directory of members" published as pt. 2 of Apr. 1954- issue.

Digital Transmission Theory

The answer is found by considering encoding and modulation in a unified signal
design approach . The key point of the encoding is the addition of redundancy to
the signal . Block and convolutional codes add redundancy in the time domain ...

Author: Sergio Benedetto

Publisher: Prentice Hall

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 639

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Electronic Processes in Unipolar Solid state Devices

H. JOHNSON , ' A unified small - signal theory of uniform - carrier - velocity
semiconductor transittime diodes ' , IEEE Trans . Electron Dev . , ED - 19 , 1156-
1166 ( 1972 ) . 33. H. W. RÜEGG , ' A proposed punch - through microwave
negative ...

Author: Dan Dascălu

Publisher:

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Category: Diodes, Semiconductor

Page: 624

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