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Nonlinear Signal Processing

A Statistical Approach

by Gonzalo R. Arce

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Published by Wiley-Interscience .
Written in English


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Number of Pages459
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Open LibraryOL7619946M
ISBN 100471676241
ISBN 109780471676249

Click on the book chapter title to read more. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm: Contents: Bayesian computational approaches to model selection / C. Andrieu [and others] --Sequential analysis of nonlinear dynamic systems using particles and mixtures / Neil Gordon, Alan Marrs and David Salmond --Stochastic, dynamic modelling and signal processing: time.

Books. Higher-Order Spectra Analysis: A Nonlinear Signal Processing Framework, C.L. Nikias and A.P. Petropulu, Prentice Hall Incorporated, Oppenheim Series in Signal Processing, Book Chapters. A.P. Petropulu, "Higher-Order Spectra in biomedical signal processing," CRC Press Biomedical Engineering Handbook, Optical Signal Processing is a collection of synopses of the works of many experts in the different fields of optical signal processing. The book also includes systems or algorithms that have been successfully tried and used. The monograph is divided into seven parts.

Summary. Nonlinear Optical Systems: Principles, Phenomena, and Advanced Signal Processing is a simplified overview of the evolution of technology associated with nonlinear systems and advanced signal processing. This book’s coverage ranges from fundamentals to phenomena to the most cutting-edge aspects of systems for next-generation biomedical monitoring and nonlinear optical transmission. Examples of Linear and Nonlinear Systems Table provides examples of common linear and nonlinear systems. As you go through the lists, keep in mind the mathematician's view of linearity (homogeneity, additivity, and shift invariance), as well as the informal way most scientists and engineers use (static linearity and sinusoidal fidelity).


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In signal processing, a nonlinear (or non-linear) filter is a filter whose output is not a linear function of its input. That is, if the filter outputs signals R and S for two input signals r and s separately, but does not always output α R + β S when the input is a linear combination α r + β s.

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