Time-Frequency/Time-Scale Analysis

By

  • Patrick Flandrin, Laboratoire de Physique, Lyon, France

This highly acclaimed work has so far been available only in French. It is a detailed survey of a variety of techniques for time-frequency/time-scale analysis (the essence of "Wavelet Analysis"). This book has broad and comprehensive coverage of a topic of keen interest to a variety of engineers, especially those concerned with signal and image processing. Flandrin provides a discussion of numerous issues and problems that arise from a mixed description in time and frequency, as well as problems in interpretation inherent in signal theory.
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Audience

Students and practitioners of mathematics, computer science, and electrical engineering, especially image processing engineers; universities offering courses in image compression.

 

Book information

  • Published: September 1998
  • Imprint: ACADEMIC PRESS
  • ISBN: 978-0-12-259870-8

Reviews

"Nowadays one can say that signal processing offers a forum to numerous disciplines and requires manifold knowledge which can rarely be combined by a single scientist. P. Flandrin takes up this challenge with so much competence and a truly multi-disciplinary vision."
Praise for the Book, --Preface, TIME-FREQUENCY/Time-Scale Analysis, YVES MEYER, French Academy of Sciences.



Table of Contents

Preface. Foreward. The Time-Frequency Problem. Classes of Solutions. Issues of Interpretation. Time-Frequency as a Paradigm. Bibliography. Subject Index.