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Rafael C. Gonzalez, Richard Eugene Woods
A comprehensive digital image processing book that reflects new trends in this field such as document image compression and data compression standards. The book includes a complete rewrite of image data compression, a new chapter on image analysis, and a new section on image morphology.
Richard G. Lyons
This edition adds extensive new coverage of quadrature signals for digital communications, recent improvements in digital filtering, and much more. It also contains more than twice as many "DSP Tips and Tricks"...including clever techniques even seasoned professionals may have overlooked.
Udo Zölzer, Xavier Amatriain, Daniel Arfib, Jordi Bonada, Giovanni De Poli, Pierre Dutilleux, Gianpaolo Evangelista, Florian Keiler, Alex Loscos, Davide Rocchesso, Mark Sandler, Xavier Serra, Todor Todoroff
* Digital Audio Effects (DAFX) covers the use of digital signal processing and its applications to sounds * Discusses digital audio effects from both an introductory level, for musicians, and an advanced level, for signal processing engineers * Explains what can be done in the digital processing of sounds in the form of computer algorithms and sound examples resulting from these transformations * Brings together essential DSP algorithms for sound processing, providing an excellent introduction to the topic
Lawrence R. Rabiner, Biing-Hwang Juang
Provides a theoretically sound, technically accurate, and complete description of the basic knowledge and ideas that constitute a modern system for speech recognition by machine. Covers production, perception, and acoustic-phonetic characterization of the speech signal; signal processing and analysis methods for speech recognition; pattern comparison techniques; speech recognition system design and implementation; theory and implementation of hidden Markov models; speech recognition based on connected word models; large vocabulary continuous speech recognition; and task- oriented application of automatic speech recognition. For practicing engineers, scientists, linguists, and programmers interested in speech recognition.
This new book by Ken Steigliz offers an informal and easy-to-understand introduction to digital signal processing, emphasizing digital audio and applications to computer music. A DSP Primer covers important topics such as phasors and tuning forks; the wave equation; sampling and quantizing; feedforward and feedback filters; comb and string filters; periodic sounds; transform methods; and filter design. Steiglitz uses an intuitive and qualitative approach to develop the mathematics critical to understanding DSP. A DSP Primer is written for a broad audience including: Students of DSP in Engineering and Computer Science courses. Composers of computer music and those who work with digital sound. WWW and Internet developers who work with multimedia. General readers interested in science that want an introduction to DSP. Features: Offers a simple and uncluttered step-by-step approach to DSP for first-time users, especially beginners in computer music. Designed to provide a working knowledge and understanding of frequency domain methods, including FFT and digital filtering. Contains thought-provoking questions and suggested experiments that help the reader to understand and apply DSP theory and techniques.
Alan V. Oppenheim
The following studies are discussed in the report: Development of a high speed digital processor for speech synthesis; design of two-dimensional recursive digital filters; reconstruction of multi-dimensional signals from their projections; signal analysis by cepstral prediction; speed transformations of speech; and the hardware implementation of a non-recursive digital filter. (Modified author abstract).
Lawrence R. Rabiner, Bernard Gold
This book reflects decades of important research on the mathematical foundations of speech recognition. It focuses on underlying statistical techniques such as hidden Markov models, decision trees, the expectation-maximization algorithm, information theoretic goodness criteria, maximum entropy probability estimation, parameter and data clustering, and smoothing of probability distributions. The author's goal is to present these principles clearly in the simplest setting, to show the advantages of self-organization from real data, and to enable the reader to apply the techniques.
John G. Proakis, Dimitris G. Manolakis
A significant revision of a best-selling text for the introductory digital signal processing course. This book presents the fundamentals of discrete-time signals, systems, and modern digital processing and applications for students in electrical engineering, computer engineering, and computer science.The book is suitable for either a one-semester or a two-semester undergraduate level course in discrete systems and digital signal processing. It is also intended for use in a one-semester first-year graduate-level course in digital signal processing.
C. Richard Johnson, William A. Sethares
For single-semester courses in Communication Systems in Electrical Engineering and Computer departments. This text reflects the recent shift in telecommunications technology from hardware to software by focusing on the design of a digital software-defined radio. Telecommunications Breakdown helps students build a complete digital radio that includes each part of a typical digital communication system. By following each chapter, students create a Matlab realization of the various pieces of the system, exploring key ideas along the way. In the final chapter, the reader puts it all together to build a fully functional receiver (not operational in real time).
Richard G. Lyons
Digital Signal Processing (DSP) is the process of taking any kind of analog signal (such as voice) and converting it into digital form so that it can be sent over a telephone line, the Internet, a wireless network, or other communication vehicle. Understanding Digital Signal Processing presents both the theory and application of DSP in an approachable manner.
Bradford W. Parkinson, James J. Spilker
This is the second volume in a two-volume set. The books explain the technology, performance and applications of the Global Positioning System (GPS) and each chapter is written by an expert in the field. This volume concentrates on applications.
James H. McClellan, Ronald W. Schafer, Mark A. Yoder
Designed and written by experienced and well-respected authors, this hands on, multi-media package provides a motivating introduction to fundamental concepts, specifically discrete-time systems. Unique features such as visual learning demonstrations, MATLAB laboratories and a bank of solved problems are just a few things that make this an essential learning tool for mastering fundamental concepts in today's electrical and computer engineering forum.Covers basic DSP concepts, integrated laboratory projects—related to music, sound and image processing. Other topics include new MATLAB functions for basic DSP operations, Sinusoids, Spectrum Representation, Sampling and Aliasing, FIR Filters, Frequency Response of FIR Filters, z-Transforms, IIR Filters, and Spectrum Analysis. Useful as a self-teaching tool for anyone eager to discover more about DSP applications, multi-media signals, and MATLAB.
Claudio Becchetti, Lucio Prina Ricotti
Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) is the enabling technology for hands-free dictation and voice-triggered computer menus. It is becoming increasingly prevalent in environments such as private telephone exchanges and real-time information services. Speech Recognition introduces the principles of ASR systems, including the theory and implementation issues behind multi-speaker continuous speech recognition. Focusing on the algorithms employed in commercial and laboratory systems, the treatment enables the reader to devise practical solutions for ASR system problems. It addresses in detail C++ programming techniques used to develop ASR applications, thus offering skills that will prove useful in any large C++ based software project. Possible extensions of the well-established ASR technology are highlighted, based on "Hidden Markov Models" applied to fields such as modelling and prediction of econometric series. Features include: * Accompanying website containing all C++ source code of a complete laboratory multi-speaker continuous-speech ASR system (e.g. Initialisation, Training, Recognition, Evaluation, etc.) www.wiley.com/go/becchetti_speech * Detailed theoretical, mathematical and technical explanations of ASR * A practical account of the functioning of ASR A crucial source of information for researchers, developers and project managers involved with ASR systems, Speech Recognition is also structured for use by students of digital signal processing, speech recognition and C++ programming techniques.
Content-based multimedia retrieval is a challenging research field with many unsolved problems. This monograph details concepts and algorithms for robust and efficient information retrieval of two different types of multimedia data: waveform-based music data and human motion data. It first examines several approaches in music information retrieval, in particular general strategies as well as efficient algorithms. The book then introduces a general and unified framework for motion analysis, retrieval, and classification, highlighting the design of suitable features, the notion of similarity used to compare data streams, and data organization.
Richard G. Lyons
This book presents recent advances in DSP to simplify, or increase the computational speed of, common signal processing operations. The topics describe clever DSP tricks of the trade not covered in conventional DSP textbooks. This material is practical, real-world, DSP tips and tricks as opposed to the traditional highly-specialized, math-intensive, research subjects directed at industry researchers and university professors. This book goes well beyond the standard DSP fundamentals textbook and presents new, but tried-and-true, clever implementations of digital filter design, spectrum analysis, signal generation, high-speed function approximation, and various other DSP functions.
From the roar of the jet engines in a flight simulator to the use of voice annotations, sound is becoming a critical aspect of all applications. This text provides a comprehensive, practical resource for programmers, presenting the basic principles of sound and sound processing, together with concrete implementation details for a variety of sound file formats and algorithms. The CD-ROM includes royalty-free sound libraries and a collection of utilities.
Richard G. Lyons
The classic bestseller on digital signal processing -- now 100% updated for the latest techniques, with nearly twice as many real-world tips * *Readable, intuitive, example-rich, and accurate: helps readers fully grasp the basics and quickly move on to sophisticated techniques. *Includes extensive new coverage of FIR and IIR filter analysis, multirate processing, digital differentiators, integrators, matched filters, and much more *Now contains end-of-chapter problems to support college instruction and professional self-study. Understanding Digital Signal Processing, 3/e is simply the best practitioner's resource for mastering DSP technology. Richard Lyons has thoroughly updated and expanded his best-selling second edition, building on the exceptionally readable coverage that has made it a favorite of both professionals and students worldwide. Lyons achieves the perfect balance between practice and math, making DSP accessible to beginners without ever oversimplifying it, and offering systematic practical guidance for day-to-day problem-solving. Down to-earth, intuitive, and example-rich, this book helps readers thoroughly grasp the basics and quickly move on to more sophisticated DSP techniques. Coverage includes: discrete sequences/systems, DFT, FFT, finite/infinite impulse response filters, quadrature (I/Q) processing, discrete Hilbert transforms, sample rate conversion, signal averaging, and much more. This edition adds extensive new coverage of FIR and IIR filter analysis techniques. The previous multirate processing, and binary number format, material has been significantly updated and expanded. It also provides new coverage of digital differentiators, integrators, and matched filters. Lyons has also doubled the number of DSP tips and tricks as in the previous edition including techniques even seasoned DSP professionals may have overlooked. He has also added end-of-chapter homework problems throughout to support college instruction and professional self-study.