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Genre/Form: | Electronic books |
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Additional Physical Format: | Print version: Chapman, Michael J. Signal processing in electronic communications. Chichester, England : Horwood Publishing, ©1997 ix, 296 pages |

Material Type: | Document, Internet resource |

Document Type: | Internet Resource, Computer File |

All Authors / Contributors: |
Michael J Chapman; David P Goodall; N C Steele |

ISBN: | 9780857099815 0857099817 |

OCLC Number: | 874158516 |

Description: | 1 online resource (310 pages) : illustrations. |

Contents: | Front Cover; Signal Processing in Electronic Communications; Copyright Page; Preface; OUTLINE OF THE BOOK; PREREQUISITES; EXERCISES; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; Table of contents; List of Tables; Chapter 1. Signals and linear system fundamentals; 1.1 INTRODUCTION; 1.2 SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS; 1.3 L-C-R CIRCUITS; 1.4 LINEAR SYSTEMS; 1.5 SIMULATION DIAGRAMS; 1.6 THE LAPLACE TRANSFORM; 1.7 INTRODUCTION TO GENERALIZED FUNCTIONS; 1.8 SOME PROPERTIES OF THE LAPLACE TRANSFORM; 1.9 APPLICATION TO TIME-INVARIANT LINEAR SYSTEMS; 1.10 TRANSFER FUNCTIONS; 1.11 EXERCISES; Chapter 2. System responses; 2.1 INTRODUCTION. 2.2 STABILITY OF LINEAR TIME-INVARIANT SYSTEMS2.3 THE IMPULSE RESPONSE; 2.4 THE STEP RESPONSE; 2.5 SIGNAL DECOMPOSITION AND CONVOLUTION; 2.6 FREQUENCY RESPONSE; 2.7 EXERCISES; Chapter 3. Fourier methods; 3.1 INTRODUCTION; 3.2 FOURIER SERIES; 3.3 THE FOURIER TRANSFORM; 3.4 THE FOURIER SPECTRUM; 3.5 PROPERTIES OF THE FOURIER TRANSFORM; 3.6 SIGNAL ENERGY AND POWER; 3.7 A GENERALIZATION OF THE FOURIER TRANSFORM; 3.8 THE CONVOLUTION THEOREMS; 3.9 SAMPLING OF TIME SIGNALS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS; 3.10 EXERCISES; Chapter 4. Analogue filters; 4.1 INTRODUCTION; 4.2 ANALOGUE FILTER TYPES. 4.3 A CLASS OF LOW-PASS FILTERS4.4 BUTTERWORTH FILTERS, THE GENERAL CASE; 4.5 FILTER TRANSFORMATIONS; 4.6 OTHER FILTER DESIGNS; 4.7 EXERCISES; Chapter 5. Discrete-time signals and systems; 5.1 INTRODUCTION; 5.2 SEQUENCES; 5.3 LINEAR SYSTEMS; 5.4 SIMULATION DIAGRAMS; 5.5 THE z-TRANSFORM; 5.6 PROPERTIES OF THE z-TRANSFORM; 5.7 APPLICATION TO LINEAR TIME-INVARIANT SYSTEMS; 5.8 THE z-TRANSFER FUNCTION; 5.9 A CONNECTION WITH THE LAPLACE TRANSFORM; 5.10 EXERCISES; Chpater 6. Discrete-time system responses; 6.1 INTRODUCTION; 6.2 BIBO AND MARGINAL STABILITY; 6.3 THE IMPULSE RESPONSE. 6.4 THE STEP RESPONSE6.5 DISCRETE-TIME CONVOLUTION; 6.6 THE FREQUENCY RESPONSE; 6.7 EXERCISES; Chapter 7. Discrete-time Fourier analysis; 7.1 INTRODUCTION; 7.2 THE DISCRETE FOURIER TRANSFORM, (DFT); 7.3 THE DISCRETE-TIME FOURIER TRANSFORM, DTFT; 7.4 ESTIMATING THE DTFT; 7.5 ESTIMATING FOURIER SERIES; 7.6 ESTIMATING FOURIER TRANSFORMS; 7.7 THE FAST FOURIER TRANSFORM; 7.8 EXERCISES; Chapter 8. The design of digital filters; 8.1 INTRODUCTION; 8.2 THE IMPULSE INVARIANT METHOD; 8.3 THE STEP INVARIANT METHOD; 8.4 THE BILINEAR TRANSFORM METHOD. 8.5 A 'DIRECT' DESIGN METHOD: THE FOURIER SERIES APPROACH8.6 WINDOWS; 8.7 EXERCISES; Chapter 9. Aspects of speech processing; 9.1 INTRODUCTION; 9.2 SPEECH PRODUCTION MODEL; 9.3 CORRELATION FUNCTIONS; 9.4 LINEAR PREDICTIVE FILTERS; 9.5 ESTIMATION OF THE SPEECH GAIN PARAMETER; 9.6 FORMANT ESTIMATION; 9.7 LATTICE FILTER FORMULATION; 9.8 THE CEPSTRUM; 9.9 HOMOMORPHIC SYSTEMS AND DECONVOLUTION; 9.10 CEPSTRAL ANALYSIS OF SPEECH SIGNALS; 9.11 FORMANT ESTIMATION USING CEPSTRAL ANALYSIS; 9.12 EXERCISES; Chapter A. The complex exponential; A.1 MACLAURIN SERIES FOR EXP, COS AND SIN. |

Series Title: | Woodhead Publishing series in electronic and optical materials. |

Responsibility: | Michael J. Chapman, David P. Goodall and Nigel C. Steele. |

### Abstract:

This text for advanced undergraduates reading electrical engineering, applied mathematics, and branches of computer science involved with signal processing (speech synthesis, computer vision and robotics) also serves as a reference source in academia and industry.
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