Detection and Estimation of Biomedical Signals
This text includes coverage of: time-frequecy methods - design, implementation, simulation, biomedical applications, and computer programmes on disk; high resolution methods - design, implementation, simulation, biomedical applications, and computer programmes on disk; singular valve composition, principle component analysis, Karhunen-Loeve transforms - design, implementation, and biomedical applications; and Bayes rules and Neyman-Pearson methods - design, implementation, and biomedical applications.
- Mixed media product | 400 pages
- 156.21 x 234.19 x 21.08mm | 566.99g
- 30 Apr 1996
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
Table of contents
Review and detection theory; review and estimation theory; estimation of signals in noises; adaptive estimation of signals in noise; singular valve decomposition; Karhunen-Loeve transform and principle component analysis; time-frequency representations of signals; wavelet representations of signals.
"Theoretical considerations are expertly outlined in the intial sections of each chapter, followed by an explicit summary listing of the computational steps employed in the algorithms...this is an excellent review of current signal detection and estimation used in biomedical applications."--IEEE ENGINEERING IN MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY