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New signal processing research.


New signal processing research.

Ed. by Takumi Maeda.

Nova Science Publishers


545 pages




This book presents the latest international research on signal processing, which is the analysis, interpretation, and manipulation of signals like sound, images, radar signals, and biological signals such as ECG. Coverage encompasses processing issues including storage and reconstruction, compression, separation of information from noise (for example, aircraft identification by radar), and feature extraction (for example, speech-to-text conversion). Some specific areas detailed in the book's 19 chapters are the Mexican-hat wavelet, image analysis and data mining for DNA microarray processing, rejection and interpolation based techniques for structured and impulsive noise filtering, and the link between bolstered classification error and dataset complexity for gene expression based cancer classification. B&w and color illustrations are included.

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