Fourier and Wavelet Signal Processing

Small book cover: Fourier and Wavelet Signal Processing

Fourier and Wavelet Signal Processing

Number of pages: 825

The aim of this book is to present, to a broad audience, mathematical tools and algorithms for signal representation. It comprehensively covers both classical Fourier techniques and newer basis constructions from filter banks and multiresolution analysis -- wavelets. Furthermore, it gives a synthetic view from basic mathematical principles, to construction of bases, all the way to concrete applications.

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