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Adaptive Signal Processing by Tulay Adali
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This book presents the latest research results in adaptive signal processing with an emphasis on important applications and theoretical advancements. Each chapter is self-contained, comprehensive in its coverage, and written by a leader in his or her field of specialty. A uniform style is maintained throughout the book and each chapter concludes with problems for readers to reinforce their understanding of the material presented. The book can be used as a reliable reference for researchers and practitioners or as a textbook for graduate students.

Author Biography

TULAY ADALI, PhD, is Professor of ElectricalEngineering and Director of the Machine Learning for SignalProcessing Laboratory at the University of Maryland, BaltimoreCounty. Her research interests are in statistical and adaptivesignal processing, with emphasis on nonlinear and complex-valuedsignal processing, and applications in biomedical data analysis andcommunications. Simon Haykin, PhD, is Distinguished University Professorand Director of the Cognitive Systems Laboratory in the Faculty ofEngineering at McMaster University. A world-renowned authority onadaptive and learning systems, Dr. Haykin has pioneeredsignal-processing techniques and systems for radar andcommunication applications, culminating in the study of cognitivedynamic systems, which has become his research passion.
Release date Australia
April 16th, 2010
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United States
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