Optimum Signal Processing (Sophocles Orfanidis)

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Optimum Signal Processing (Sophocles Orfanidis)

This is a superb and much-disregarded book on the best signal processing. The author connects the filtering problem to linear space optimization and then demonstrates how this relates to the best correlation canceller.

Since correlation canceling is the core idea underpinning practically all adaptive filtering algorithms, this strategy is justifiable. The author frequently presents ideas from multiple perspectives, which deepens comprehension.

This revised edition is an unabridged and corrected reprint of the book's second edition, which was first released in 1988 by Macmillan, Inc. in New York, NY, and then by McGraw-Hill Publishing Company (ISBN 0-07-047794-9). (ISBN 0-02-389380-X). In 1996, Sophocles J. Orfanidis regained ownership of the copyrights to this work. With the exception of a few adjustments, the removal of the Fortran and C function listings from the Appendix—which are now available online—and the addition of MATLAB versions of all the functions, the 2007 republication's content is identical to that of the 1988 edition.

Ebook Details

Published Date / Year
2 Sub edition (November 1988); Sophocles J. Orfanidis (May 4, 2007)
560 pages
eBook Format
Online, PDF

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