Detection, Estimation, and Modulation Theory



Detection, Estimation, and Modulation Theory
Publisher: Wiley | ISBN: 0471095176 | edition 2001 | File type: PDF | 710 pages | 43,6 mb

Originally published in 1968, Harry Van Trees’s Detection, Estimation, and Modulation Theory, Part I is one of the great time-tested classics in the field of signal processing. Highly readable and practically organized, it is as imperative today for professionals, researchers, and students in optimum signal processing as it was over thirty years ago. With a wide range of applications such as radar, sonar, communications, seismology, biomedical engineering, and radar astronomy, among others, the important field of detection and estimation has rarely been given such expert treatment as it is here. Each chapter includes section summaries, realistic examples, and a large number of challenging problems that provide excellent study material. All of the results are still applicable to current systems.

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