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1.1.1 Energy and Power Signals
1.1.4 Inner Product Spaces
1.2 Energy Density and Correlation
1.2.1 Continuous-Time Signals
1.2.2 Discrete-Time Signals
1.3.1 Properties of Random Variables
1.3.2 Random Processes
2.2 The Fourier Transform
2.4 The Hilbert Transform
2.4.1 Definition
2.4.2 Some Properties of the Hilbert Transform
2.5 Representation of Bandpass Signals
2.5.1 Analytic Signal and Complex Envelope
2.5.2 Stationary Bandpass Processes
Discrete Signal Representations
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Orthogonal Series Expansions
3.2.1 Calculation of Coefficients
3.2.2 Orthogonal Projection
3.2.3 The Gram-Schmidt Orthonormalization Procedure
3.2.4 Parseval’s Relation
3.2.5 Complete Orthonormal Sets
3.2.6 Examples of Complete Orthonormal Sets
3.3.1 Calculating the Representation
3.3.2 Orthogonal Projection
3.3.3 Orthogonal Projection of n-Tuples
3.4 Mathematical Tools
3.4.1 The QR Decomposition
3.4.2 The Moore-Penrose Pseudoinverse
3.4.3 The Nullspace
3.4.4 The Householder Transform
3.4.5 Givens Rotations
Examples of Discrete Transforms
4.1 The ,+Transform
4.4 The Fast Fourier Transform
4.4.3 Radix-4 FFT
4.4.4 Split-Radix FFT
4.4.5 Further FFT Algorithms
4.5 Discrete Cosine Transforms
4.7 The Discrete Hartley Transform
4.8 The Hadamard and Walsh-Hadamard Transforms
Transforms and Filters for Stochastic Processes
5.1 The Continuous-Time Karhunen-Lo'eve Transform
5.2 The Discrete Karhunen-Lohe Transform
5.3. The KLT of Real-Valued AR(1) Processes
5.3 The KLT of Real-Valued AR(1) Processes
5.4 Whitening Transforms
5.5 Linear Estimation
5.5.1 Least-Squares Estimation
5.5.2 The Best Linear Unbiased Estimator (BLUE)
5.5.3 Minimum Mean Square Error Estimation
5.6.1 Wiener Filters
5.6.2 One-Step Linear Prediction
5.6.3 Filter Design on the Basis of Finite Data Ensembles
5.7.1 Estimation of Autocorrelation Sequences
5.7.2 Non-Parametric Estimation of Power Spectral Densities
5.7.3 Parametric Methods in Spectral Estimation
Filter Banks
6.1 Basic Multirate Operations
6.1.2 Polyphase Decomposition
6.2 Two-Channel Filter Banks
6.2.1 PR Condition
6.2.2 Quadrature Mirror Filters
6.2.5 Paraunitary Two-Channel Filter Banks
6.2.6 Paraunitary Filter Banks in Lattice Structure
6.2.7 Linear-Phase Filter Banks in Lattice Structure
6.2.8 Lifting Structures
6.3 Tree-Structured Filter Banks
6.4 Uniform M-Channel Filter Banks
6.4.1 Input-Output Relations
6.4.2 The Polyphase Representation
6.4.3 Paraunitary Filter Banks
6.5 DFT Filter Banks
6.6.2 Paraunitary Case
6.6.3 Oversampled Cosine-Modulated Filter Banks
6.6.4 Pseudo-QMF Banks
6.9 Processing of Finite-Length Signals
6.10 Transmult iplexers
7.1 Continuous-Time Signals
7.1.1 Definition
7.1.2 Time-Frequency Resolution
7.1.3 The Uncertainty Principle
7.1.4 The Spectrogram
7.1.5 Reconstruction
7.1.6 Reconstruction via Series Expansion
7.2 Discrete-Time Signals
7.3. Spectral Subtraction based on the STFT 207
7.3 Spectral Subtraction based on the STFT
Wavelet Transform
8.2 Wavelets for Time-Scale Analysis
8.3 Integral and Semi-Discrete Reconstruction
8.4.1 Dyadic Sampling
8.5 The Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT)
8.5.1 Multiresolution Analysis
8.5.2 Wavelet Analysis by Multirate Filtering
8.5.3 Wavelet Synthesis by Multirate Filtering
8.5.4 The Relationship between Filters and Wavelets
8.6 Wavelets from Filter Banks
8.6.1 General Procedure
8.6.2 Requirements to be Met by the Coefficients
8.6.3 Partition of Unity
8.6.5 Moments
8.6.6 Regularity
8.6.7 Wavelets with Finite Support
8.7.1 Design of Biorthogonal Linear-Phase Wavelets
8.7.2 The Orthonormal Daubechies Wavelets
8.7.3 Coiflets
8.8. The Wavelet Transform of Discrete-Time Signals
8.8 The Wavelet Transform of Discrete-Time Signals
8.8.1 The A Trous Algorithm
8.8.3 The Discrete-Time Morlet Wavelet
8.10 Wavelet-Based Denoising
Non-Linear Tirne- Frequency Distributions
9.2 The Wigner Distribution
9.2.2 Examples
9.2.4 Linear Operations
9.4 The Wigner-Ville Spectrum
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