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referred to either analog or digital second order filters
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is a set of methods aimed to solve the problem of recovering (reconstructing) precise version of a distorted (transformed) signal, where the distortion (transform) matrix (kernel) or the Point Spread …
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expanded Binary Phase Shift Keying.
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a high level (i.e. not assembler) programming language often used to program DSPs and other embedded microprocessors as well as being used for systems programming. Features of the language make i…
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a programming language from Microsoft for .NET/CLR
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a device that records and stores images.
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Use for questions about the Canny edge detector
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Capacity refers to the capability of a channel to transport data, typically measured in bits per channel usage.
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A channel for communication between transmitter and receiver. Sometimes a channel is multi-input/multi-output, allowing for multiple transmitters and multiple receivers.
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Questions related to channel coding, forward error correction, code performance calculations, and decoding algorithms. Typical code examples are Hamming codes, cyclic codes, BCH, Reed-Solomon, turbo c…
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is a system of grouping objects of study or observation in accordance with their common features. The classification problem is a formalized task in which a set of objects (cases), separated in some …
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the phenomenon of the brain's ability to focus one's auditory attention on a particular stimulus while filtering out a range of other stimuli. Solving methods include BSS …
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a stastic to examine the relation between two signals.
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Companding (sometimes compansion) results from a merge between "compressing" and "expanding". It mitigates transmission, limited-range or quantization effects by combining a compressor function, a …
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