In digital signal processing, numerous powerful algorithms, both linear and non-linear, have been developed during the past three decades. These have given rise to tremendous progress in speech and image processing. But digital signal processing is not restricted to communications and information processing. It also plays a leading role in such diverse fields as measurement, automatic control, robotics, medicine, biology, and geophysics, to mention just the more important ones. The projected book series will cover the entire field of contemporary digital signal processing, ranging from theory to applications, treating linear and non-linear methods for one-, two- and higher-dimensional signals.
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