This innovative and in-depth book integrates the well-developed theory and practical applications of one dimensional and multidimensional multirate signal processing. Using a rigorous mathematical framework, it carefully examines the fundamentals of this rapidly growing field. Areas covered include: basic building blocks of multirate signal processing; fundamentals of multidimensional multirate signal processing; multirate filter banks; lossless lattice structures; introduction to wavelet signal processing.
Multirate and Wavelet Signal Processing forms the basis for a graduate course in multirate signal processing. It includes an introduction to wavelet signal processing and emphasizes topics of ever-increasing importance for a wide range of applications. Concise and easy-to-read, this book is also a useful primer for professional engineers.
@introbul:Key Features @bul:* Integrates the well-developed theory and practical applications of one-dimensional and multidimensional multirate signal processing
- Emphasizes topics of ever-increasing importance for a wide range of applications
- Written in a concise, easy-to-read style
- Uses relevant examples
- General mathematical formulation permits extensions of concepts to diverse applications, such as speech, imaging, video, and synthetic aperture radar
- Emphasizes key topics of the field, allowing the reader to make the most efficient use of time in learning the fundamentals of multirate
- Designed to be completely covered in a single semester or quarter
Research and graduate students in Electrical Engineering and Applied Mathematics. Practicing engineers and designers.
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- © Academic Press 1998
- 9th October 1997
- Academic Press
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@qu:"An elementary discussion presenting a theoretical foundation by emphasizing general principles, accessible to electrical engineers and others with some prior exposure to linear algebra, multi-dimensional signal processing, and filter banks. Covers both basic and multi-dimensional multirate processing, filter banks, lattice structures, and wavelet signal processing. Includes problems for each chapter." @source:--REFERENCE & RESEARCH BOOK NEWS
Bruce W. Suter received from the University of South Florida the BS and MS degrees in electrical engineering in 1972 and the Ph.D. in computer sciencein 1988. Since 1989, he has been with the Air Force Institute of Technology, where he is a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. He has also been with Honeywell, Inc., Litton Industries, and the University of Alabama at Birmingham. His current research interests include multirate signal processing, wavelet theory, time-frequency analysis, together with applications to special purpose computer architectures and multimedia communications systems.Dr. Suter is a member of Tau Beta Phi, Eta Kappa Nu, and a senior member of IEEE. In addition, he also serves as an Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing.
Air Force Institute of Technology