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eBook An Introduction to the Digital Analysis of Stationary Signals ePub

by I.P. Castro

  • ISBN: 0852742568
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  • Author: I.P. Castro
  • Publisher: Institute of Physics Publishing (February 18, 2003)
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Background Examples of stationary signals Quantitative description of signal content Digital sampling criteria: amplitude-domain statistics Digital sampling criteria: time-domain statistics An example of a student laboratory class. We provide complimentary e-inspection copies of primary textbooks to instructors considering our books for course adoption. Request an e-inspection copy.

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The spectral analysis of non-stationary signals is too general and inefficient to be useful in practice so it is important that the idea of approximate stationarity be made precise and exploited. Spectral moments and alternative methods of characterizing fricatives. April 2003 · The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.

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An Introduction to the Digital Analysis of Stationary Signals: A Computer Illustrated Text directly illustrates the various techniques required to make accurate measurements of the properties of fluctuating signals

An Introduction to the Digital Analysis of Stationary Signals: A Computer Illustrated Text directly illustrates the various techniques required to make accurate measurements of the properties of fluctuating signals. Emphasis is on qualitative ideas rather than detailed mathematical analysis for which the computer illustrated text format is ideally suited.

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Introduction to signals Ergodic random process Some remarks: I Only stationary random process can be ergodic. I Time averaged mean value and autocorrelation function are equal to the corresponding ensemble averaged value

Introduction to signals Ergodic random process Some remarks: I Only stationary random process can be ergodic. I Time averaged mean value and autocorrelation function are equal to the corresponding ensemble averaged value. I Fortunately, many practical random process are stationary and ergodic. I Properties can be obtained from a single time history record. 22, 34. Introduction to signals Nonstationary random process Nonstationary random process: I Do not meet criteria for stationarity. I Need to do ensemble averaging over a sufficient number of random records.