Signal Analysis / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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This graduate-level text on Fourier transforms and linear systems offers a comprehensive but concise treatment including about 100 problems, all with solutions. Intended for graduate students, the book could also serve as a stimulating refresher course for professionals in this field.
The three-part approach begins with a section on signals, systems, and transforms. Selected topics of Part Two include chapters on bandlimited functions, factorization, windows, Hilbert transforms, frequency modulation, uncertainty, and ambiguity. The essence of the book is contained in Part Three, which covers data smoothing and spectral estimation.
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About the Author
Athanasios Papoulis (1921–2002) was a Greek-American engineer and applied mathematician. He taught for many years at the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn — now the Polytechnic Institute of New York University — where he was named University Professor. His main focus was in the area of communications and signal processing. He wrote over 150 scholarly papers and several highly regarded and widely used texts for electrical engineering students.
Table of Contents
Part One: Signals, Systems, and Transforms
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Discrete Systems
Chapter 3 Fourier Analysis
Chapter 4 Continuous Systems
Chapter 5 Digital Processing of Analog Signals
Part Two: Selected Topics
Chapter 6 Bandlimited Functions
Chapter 7 Factorization, Windows, Hilbert Transforms
Chapter 8 Frequency Modulation, Uncertainty, Ambiguity
Part Three: Data Smoothing and Spectral Estimation
Chapter 9 Stochastic Processes
Chapter 10 Data Smoothing
Chapter 11 Ergodicity, Correlation Estimators, Fourier Transforms
Chapter 12 Spectral Estimation