Random Signals and SystemsBook - 1987
Presented here is the basic knowledge students need to learn to design analog communications systems and linear control systems operating in an aleatory environment. It enables students to understand standard digital signal processing techniques, and is intended to prepare students for the increasingly high level of mathematical sophistication they will need to comprehend research papers in the IEEE Transcriptions and many other journals, and familiarize them with the development of microprocessing. In addition there are discussions which include Hilbert space, the Karhunen-Loeve expansion, the Gaussian distribution in one and two dimensions and finite length random sequences (accompanied by a computer program that generates them). The book is written in an informal writing style that will hold students' attention while giving maximum flexibility to instructors.
Publisher: New York : Wiley, c1987
Characteristics: xv, 231 p. : ill. ; 24 cm