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Density function of deterministic signal and example of system identification

Lecture slide SLide#10, mentions how to generate Pseudo Random binary sequence (PRBS). I says that we can take the sign of a white, zero-mean Gaussian noise signal to form the PRBS. Q1: What will be ...
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A DSP simple book/reference? [duplicate]

I have some basic maths skill up to derivatives. I ask you if you know any simple/concise book that can introduce me to DSP world. Thank you.
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Available Online Recordings for Acoustic Echo Identifiablity

I am trying to add a few samples for a publication on identification of clean signal from the one which has echo on it. For this purpose I need data set that includes playback of an already available ...
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Comparing two wav in matlab using NullTest

i have a legacy processed audio wav file. Another UN-processed copy of the source is processed by my algorithm. From both processsing blocks i get processed wav files as output. Now i want to do null ...
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What are the minimum knowledge required to begin the study of Digital Signal Processing?

I am a student of computer science (not the university but technical school). I am interested in the world of DSP, and I saw that it is closely connected with mathematics. I noticed for example that a ...
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comparison between frequency offset estimators

I have been working frequency offset estimation in OFDM. The objective was to compare different frequency offset estimation techniques. By using MATLAB, I have simulated three different estimation ...
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Can we break the Shannon capacity?

I have a friend working in wireless communications research. He told me that we can transmit more than one symbol in a given slot using one frequency (of course we can decode them at the receiver). ...
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Need to learn wavelet, suggest steps and resources [closed]

I am looking for a good introduction to wavelets and wavelet transforms. that covers the following: Vector Spaces – Properties– Dot Product – Basis – Dimension, Orthogonality and Orthonormality – ...
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A good textbook for designing signal filters

Since a couple of months ago I started being actively involved in the area of control of dynamical systems. In most cases, designing a controller for a given dynamic system will require the ...
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Different representations of images and their purpose

I'm doing a small overview of different image representations used in image processing and computer vision. For every representation, I would like to have (at least) the following information: the ...
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Book recommendations on Gabor filter and Fourier series

I'm starting to learn about Gabor filters and Fourier series. I need to make a presentation on Gabor filters in a few months, so I need quality references for the presentation. Does anyone have any ...
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Introduction to speech processing with code and examples?

Can anyone suggest an introduction to speech processing, class notes or books accompanied by programs that can be run to see what the algorithms do ? For example, in Burrus et al., Computer-Based ...
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What is the definition of a noiselet?

I am reading about different integral transforms. Fourier transform being a subject I will soon take a class on. Looking at the wavelet transform there is one term that I do not understand, that is ...
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Intuitive interpretation of Laplace transform

So I am getting to grasps with Fourier transforms. Intuitively now I definately understand what it does and will soon follow some classes on the mathematics (so the actual subject). But then I go on ...
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Where can I find an authoritative (peer-reviewed or textbook) reference to sampling-induced beating?

I presume we are all here well aware about foldback aliasing when sampling signals above the Nyquist frequency; i.e. half the sampling rate. By contrast, the phenomenon of beating occurs when ...
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How do I get started with Wavelets

Our current project requires us to do some analysis using Wavelet Transform. Can anybody suggest me a practical book, preferably with MATLAB or C examples. I am currently reading some tutorials, but ...
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Delta-limiting filter

Consider a filter which tracks $x_i$, clipping $|x_i - x_{i-1}| >$ some limit, say 1: ...
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Any references for the trade-off between software and mechanics/optics in industrial machine vision systems?

I explain my question with a simplified example. I can design an industrial vision system for the automatic inspection of an item with these main requirements: the image of a good piece must be a ...
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Recent Papers on Spectrum analysis

This is more of a soft question, I am currently writing a paper for my Master's in Mathematics and my topic of choice has been to focus on the Mathematical techniques behind Spectrum Analysis. For ...
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Is Smith's book still usable and up-to-date?

I'm learning DSP with Smith's book, but I discovered the second edition is from 1999, is this book still usable today?
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Origin of term spectrogram

I'm writing up a manuscript and I use the term spectrogram quite a bit. I've defined a spectrogram as the magnitude squared of the short time Fourier transform of my signal. It's an estimator for a ...
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Pattern recognition and Machine Learning reference

My main reference for machine learning and pattern recognition is Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning by Bishop. But I want a complementary reference to this which has more exercises and explains ...
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Precision of Computer Vision algorithms

Let's say the task is to determine element position on image. First very important thing is correct detection of object then some algorithms of calculating position are used (for examble blob ...
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Statistical Signal Analysis - what to read [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Introduction to Statistical Signal Processing Currently I am doing an (undergrad) class on statistical signal analysis, but I find the reader at hand (no book, buh) very ...
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Role of Kalman filter in nonlinear dynamics

I am quite interested to know the significance of using kalman filter,unscented kalman filter and extended kalman filter in chaos synchronization when infact the very basics of chaos ...
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What is Shannon's source entropy

Suppose that ${X_n; Y_n}$ is a random process with a discrete alphabet, that is, taking on values in a discrete set for $n$ data length. They correspond to the input and output of a communication ...
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Projection of 2D signal

Paper describes that a 2D signal(say video) can be projected to 1D for time series analysis by using a transformation function fx=Ax+constant and ...
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Issues related to entropy

I have long been faced with the confusion regarding entropy and would be obliged if the following are answered in less technical jargon. Following the link Different kinds of entropy raises the ...
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Jumping from DSP concepts to practice…recommend books?

I have fairly good understanding of DSP theory and algorithm design (and also MATLAB and C). What are the best books or what other advice could be given for learning how to actually implement DSP ...
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Resources on ridgelets/curvelets

Can you suggest any good introductory resources on ridgelets and/or curvelets for image processing purposes? I'm considering buying Sparse Image and Signal Processing: Wavelets, Curvelets, ...
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Books that explain DSP well to those not directly in engineering?

I do work with computer graphics and am dipping my toes into ray tracing. That field involves a good number of the subjects covered in DSP (Fourier transform, time vs frequency space, etc) but I was ...
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survey/book on adaptive/self-tuning of PI controllers?

Can someone point me towards a good book or survey article on adaptive/self-tuning of PI controllers? All I can find online are articles which are either vague or heavy on theory.
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Guitar effects explanation books

Can you please suggest some books to get how guitar effects: distortion, overdrive, phaser and so on are achieved ?
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I'm looking to do my senior capstone project in the field of medical tomography, what is a good book to get acquainted with the field?

I'm a junior currently pursuing a mathematics degree with aspirations toward medical school. I have a senior project I have my entire last year to devote time to, and I've decided that I want to ...
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References and resources on hyperspectral (multispectral) image processing

Due to my work, I just started studying hyperspectral or multispectral image processing. I think I have enough programming background and studied mathematics for my degree - it was long time ago ...
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Literature on noise removal in OCR applications

Could someone point out the core texts or articles most useful on techniques for the removal of noise from scanned text for OCR applications?
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Definitions for amplitude spectrum and phase spectrum

I want to help someone with a homework in signal processing, and the courses he provided are some slides, without clear definitions in them. I am required in solving a problem to represent the ...
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What resources are recommended for an introduction to DSP?

What are some recommended resources (books, tutorials, lectures, etc.) on digital signal processing, and how to begin working with it on a technical level?
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Where did Arnold Tustin first introduce the bilinear transform?

It's well known that the bilinear transform is also known as Tustin's Method. As far as I know, Arnold Tustin really did introduce the idea into the control systems literature, so the name isn't just ...
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Introduction to Statistical Signal Processing

There is a postdoc in my lab whose specialy is "statistical signal processing". He has a PhD in Electrical Engineering and he analyzes the neural data collected. I am wondering what courses/topics I ...