Comprehensive and packed with practical examples, Signal and Image Processing Sourcebook is your complete guide to the rapidly-expanding world of signal and image processing. As well as providing a thorough discussion of the basics of both analog and digital signal and image processing, this indispensable sourcebook offers a uniquely integrated approach for understanding the historical and technical relationships between the types of signal processing in the most critical fields. Establishing the fundamentals of signal and image processing in audio, radio, television, and HDTV, the early chapters of the Sourcebook lucidly chronicle the development of analog signal processing in these areas, leading the reader into a far fuller understanding of their digital signal processing counterparts. The technological background established in these early chapters - especially in the production and processing of television images - vividly illuminates the development of the sophisticated image processing employed in contemporary radar, space exploration, and medical radiological imaging. Continuing this integrated approach, the author links the fundamentals of analog telephony to the development of modern digital signal processing in telecommunications and networking. A detailed account of microprocessor technology further integrates the overall picture of the field of contemporary signal and image processing. Logically, the discussion is extended to the aspects of signal processing involved in artificial intelligence and neural networks. Throughout the book, a wealth of examples and illustrations drawn from the fields of medicine, space technology, communications, biology, and business illuminate the historical and technical processes and interrelationships discussed in this unusually profound, informative, and far-reaching study.Figure 4.28 shows the protocols for a contemporary fax transmission. ... One- dimensional coding sends the changes in codes in a given line while two- dimensional coding relies on line-to- line coding ... -Phase B- Message Transmission -Phases C1 , C2- Postmessage Procedure -Phase D- Call Release -Phase E- i V W 1anbsp;...
|Title||:||Signal And Image Processing Sourcebook|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1994-03-31|