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What steps and methods are recommended to process various signals of a IMU sensor

I'm new here because I'm making my degree final project. See more my profile for more information. I want you to recommend me what are the tools to analyse the sampled signals and process them in ...
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Audio signal processing book suggestions

I want to start learning about audio signal processing but I cannot find a good starting point. Please suggest books or lecture series.
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Can somebody explain SDF and MACE to me?

I can't find any information on SDF and MACE save for a vague exert in Kinser's Image Operators books. Therefore I am dumbfounded. I can't understand what they do and what's their role in composite ...
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Image processing books Gonzalez et al. vs Sonka et al?

I don't know where else to post this question so here it goes. I'm trying to buy a DIP book and the best two right now are: Image Processing, Analysis, and Machine Vision by Roger Boyle, Milan Sonka, ...
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Channel coding simulation

I’m new to channel coding, and I’m trying to learn about channel coding in general, and iterative turbo coding in particular. I was trying to play with some simulink examples while reading to get a ...
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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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Control optimization problem

I am running into a problem where I have a control system $S[t]$ that takes a control $C[t]$, so that $$S[t+1] = H(C[t,t-1,...], S[t,t-1,...])$$ the response of the system is the history of controls ...
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Book request for Z-Transform

I am at the moment self studying Z-Transform. I need some references on this subject with some applications ( electrical circuits or else). What are good references on this subject. Thanks in advance.
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What is the forward error correction in 802.11a?

I am trying to put together a baseband-equivalent simulation of 802.11a signals, which according to Wikipedia has a variable encoding (PSK, QAM, etc.) that have differing coding rates (1/2, 2/3, 3/4) ...
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Introductory resources to mathematical properties of “dynamically recalculable” filters in audio/musical equalizers?

Introductory resources to mathematical properties of "dynamically recalculable" filters in audio/musical equalizers? Particularly, I want to understand What mathematical features (e.g. monotonicity ...
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Shazam / SoundHound Music Analysis - Recommendation for Reading

I need to explore some area around music frequency analysis. A good example is the way Shazam / SoundHound app works (mapping frequency domain, comparing, creating some vector map, handling noises and ...
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Using k Nearest Neighbour & Dynamic Time Warping for keyword spotting

As stated in the title, I am currently researching a method using k-NN, specifically, as either an alternative or as a supplement to the DTW algorithm in keyword spotting based on MFCC. I have read ...
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Common symbols or standards used for DSP block diagrams?

When creating high level block diagrams of DSP or signal processing, what symbols are typically used? Are there any standards? For example its common to see gain to be a triangle. Whilst for a low ...
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Overlapping power-of-cosine windows with constant weight

I would like to refer you to a relevant question I posed on the Math StackExchange: A generalisation of the Pythagorean trigonometric identity. As can be seen from the question and the answer, what ...
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Gaussian weighted distance between pixel amplitudes: motivations and sources?

In several image processing papers, and for instance in Random Walks for Image Segmentation (2006) by Leo Grady, changes in image intensities are turned into edge weights. In some fields, it is called ...
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Notes or books to quickly get started on the basics of signal processing or wireless communication

I'll soon start working in signal processing, specially wireless communication systems. Hence I'd like to get a quick understanding of MIMO and related systems, for example, the topics like: 1) where ...
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Transfer function and deconvolution

Forewords This question is about methodology references and numerical application. I am posting on Signal Processing because I think this question belong to this place. I am new to the stack, feel ...
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Learning PSK Modulation and Demodulation - Good Text to Read?

Title sums it up. I am curious to see what you all suggest. I'm a newbie and just need some beginner/intermediate material. Thanks!
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Advantages of the Rotation Translation Operation Before Doing FT Smoothing

I was reading a relatively old paper from the 1970s on smoothing by FT methods (chemistry applications), where the authors show that if we do rotation translation operation on the signal (y- values) ...
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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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DSP or signal/image/data processing jokes

Some other StackExchange/StackOverflow sites are entertained with a certain level of humor or fun. What is your favorite “data analysis” cartoon? is particularly worth mentioning (IMHO) this xkcd ...
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Use of moment generating function (MGF) approach for driving closed form expression of pairwise error probability (PEP) of space-time code

i am trying to evaluate the performance of a multi-antenna communication system that uses space-time coding. To do so, i would need to derive a closed form expression for the pairwise error ...
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Can anybody recommend a good source for material of Gaussian and Complex Gaussian wavelet? [closed]

Can anybody recommend a good source for material of Gaussian and Complex Gaussian wavelet? Please share the link if possible.
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Digital Image Processing Textbook with Specific Topics

I am looking for a Digital Image Processing and analysis textbook, but there are specific topics that I would like the book to cover. Among other topics, I would like it to include a discussion of: (...
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Need some references on sound quality evaluation and syncing

I have to do a project where I'm receiving the same sound signal from different channels (with different offsets), but they may not be consistent all the time. At any given time, I should decide which ...
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Find the ber for the cdma protocol

Do you know a reference (book, article) which gives (with a proof) the theoretical BER in the CDMA protocol for a differential modulation?
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Books/resources for implementing various mathematical functions in fixed point arithmetic for DSP purposes

I'm looking for books or resources that cover the following in detail: implementing mathematical functions (e.g., logarithm, exponential, sine, cosine, inverse) in fixed point arithmetic for DSP ...
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Worst-case error bounds for PLL

I am working on a project that involves time synchronization and we want to derive worst case bounds for the accuracy of the current time given measurements with known error as input. Unfortunately ...
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The origin of the restricted isometry property (RIP)

I have been looking for the origin of the restricted isometry property (RIP). Many papers cite the origin of the RIP in the following paper Emmanuel Candès, Terence Tao, Decoding by Linear ...
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Digital communication BER performance

I've searched for the theoretical equations of bit error rate over Rayleigh flat fading channel basically for binary phase shift key and 16-Quadrature modulation but i didn't find them, could any one ...
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Best “Advanced DSP” book

Let's suppose I have finished studying the first college level DSP textbook and I'm looking for a book, that is the next step beyond: "Digital Signal Processing: Alan V. Oppenheim" What's the best ...
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Resources for learning Sound Processing [closed]

Does anyone know of any resources that explain simply, these are the data objects and variable definitions involved when doing sound processing? I took a class on image processing where we learned ...
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Convolution of signals sampled on a logarithmic grid

Is there a practical accelerated algorithm or a theoretical discrete (Fourier) transform based method to convolve discrete-time signals sampled on a logarithmic grid? What I mean is representing a ...
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Advances in Blind SNR estimation beyond $M_2M_4$

In Pauluzzi and Beaulieu, various SNR estimation methods are compared. Among the blind methods considered, the $M_2M_4$ estimator seemed to be unambiguously the best. However, it has been shown that ...
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references for techniques to reduce recursive filter startup transients

I am trying to track down references (published articles or reports ideally) that establish the basis for some of the techniques being used to minimize the effect of recursive digital filter startup ...
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Recommendation for book - Writing DSP code in C

I am looking for some good book, that simply show how you actually write a code in C, to do all the main DSP methods . FFT. Low-pass and high-pass filters. Auto-correlation. Noise processing. And ...
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Practical book in C [duplicate]

Is there any practical “go to” book that demonstrates the main dsp methods for time series written in C for practical applications? (Doesn’t have to be for hardware, but for any raw data such as ...
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Recommended resources for noise reduction

I know the question What Resources Are Recommended for an Introduction to Signal Processing (DSP)? and I have already read some general DSP books, such as Rick Lyons's "Understanding DSP," and also ...
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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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What Resources Are Recommended for an Introduction to Signal Processing (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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Is there some literature to understand finite state ISI channel?

I am trying to understand channels with memory, where the state of the channel gives the past input information. I want to delve further into capacity for channels with ISI. I came across a ...
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Basis Expansion Channel Model

I usually encounter that kind of channel model which is Basis Expansion Channel Model, But I couldn't understand its meaning exactly, and what is it. Could you please help me by providing a simple ...
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Channel Shortening for underwater acoustic channel communication

I'm new in this forum, hope that we can learn from each other well. I need to ask about the channel shortening for underwater acoustic channel. what are the common algorithms in that field? is ...
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Doubt regarding definition of pixel bond

The following is a quotation from an Image processing textbook: The connectivity relationship between a center pixel and its eight neighbors can be quantified by the concept of a pixel bond, the sum ...
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Signals and systems book with linear algebra approach

I am currently taking a course on discrete-time signals and systems. I am using B. P. Lathi's Signal Processing and Linear Systems, which I don't like at all, as it doesn't draw any paralells to ...
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Convex Optimization in Signal and Image Processing

In signal processing, convex optimization plays a useful role in problems such as sparse signal recovery and filter design. What other places does convex optimization appear? For example, in ...
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Fundemental scintific publication in up conversion down conversion

Prior to performing DSP on a signal and afterwards, up and down conversion of the same in order to transmit and receive the signal is important. I would like to know if anyone knows a fundamental ...
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Forward/reverse median filter. Reference needed

I am using the double median filtering of my data. For this, I perform median filtering of the signal in forward direction, then in reverse direction (from end to start). Results are averaged. Example ...
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Applying the inverse FFT to even out a room's sound - What is the more efficient algorithm?

I have a way (the standard way) to correct for my room's acoustics, but I'm wondering if there's a more efficient algorithm, something that doesn't involve going to the frequency domain maybe? I ...
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When Kalman's assumptions are relaxed

From Kalman's seminal paper "A New Approach to Linear Filtering and Prediction Problem", it is clear that Kalman's exposition is based on the following fundamental assumptions: Measurements that are ...