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Optimum Signal Processing by Sophocles J. Orfanidis

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Optimum Signal Processing
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ISBN/ASIN: 0979371309
Number of pages: 391

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Digital signal processing is currently in a period of rapid growth caused by recent advances in VLSI technology. This is especially true of three areas of optimum signal processing; namely, real-time adaptive signal processing, eigenvector methods of spectrum estimation, and parallel processor implementations of optimum filtering and prediction algorithms. In this edition the book has been brought up to date by increasing the emphasis on the above areas and including several new developments.

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