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Statistical Signal Processing in Engineering by Umberto Spagnolini .
This book is written with the intention of giving a pragmatic reference on statistical signal processing (SSP) to graduate/PhD students and engineers whose primary interest is inmixed theory and pplications. It covers both traditional and more advanced SSP topics, including a brief review of algebra, signal theory, and random processes. The aim is to provide ahigh-level, yet easily accessible, treatment of SSP fundamental theory with some selected applications.  

The book is anon- axiomatic in troduction to statistical processing of signals, while still having all the rigor of SSP books. Thenon-axiomatic approachis purposely chosen to capture the interest of abroadaudience that would other wise be afraid to approachan axiomatic text book due to the perceive dinad equacy of their background. The intention is to stimulate the interest of reader sbystarting from applications from daily life, and from my personal and professional experience, Iaim to demonstrate that book theory (still rigorous) is an essential tool for solving many problems. The treatment offers a unique approach to SSP: applications (some what simplified, but still realistic) and examples are interdisciplinary with the aim to foster interest toward the theory. 

The writing style is layered in order to capture the interest of different readers, offering a quick solution for field-engineers, detailed treatments to challenge the analyticals kills of students, and insights for colleagues. Re-reading the same pages, one can discover more, and have afeeling of growth through seeing some thing not seen before. 

Even if this book is for engineers and engineering students, all scientists can benefit from having the flavor of practical applications where SSP offers powerful problemsolving tools. The pedagogical structure for school/teachers aims to give a practical vision without losing the rigorous approach. The book is primarily for ICT engineers, these being the most conventional SSP readers, but also for mechanical, remote sensing, civil, environmental, and energy engineers. The focus is to be just deep enough in theory, and to provide the background to enable the reader to pursue books with an axiomatic approach to go deeper on theory exceptions, if necessary, or to read more on applications that are surely fascinating for their exceptions, methods, and even phenomenalism

Typical readers will be graduate and PhD students in engineering schools at large, or in applied science (physics, geophysics, astronomy), preferably with a basic background in algebra, random processes, and signal analysis. SSP practitioners are heavily involved in software development as this is the tool to achieve solutions to many of the problems.

Statistical Signal Processing in Engineering by Umberto Spagnolini pdf downlod

The book contains some exercises in the form of application examples with Matlab kernel-code that can be easily adapted to solve broader problems. I have no presumption to get all SSP knowledge into one book; rather, my focus is to give the flavor that SSP theory offers powerful tools to solve problems over broad applications, to stimulate the curiosity of readers at large, and to give guidelines on moving in depth into the SSP discipline when necessary. The book aims to stimulate the interest of readers who already have some basics to move into SSP practice.

 Every chapter collects into a few pages a specific professionalism, it scratches the surface of the problem and triggers the curiosity of the reader to go deeper through the essential bibliographical references provided therein. Of course, in (the time I am writing these notes), there is such easy accessibility to a broad literature, software, lecture notes about the literature, and web that my indexing to the  bibliographical references would be partial and insufficient  anyway.

The book aims to give the reader enough critical tools to choose what is best for her/his interest among what is available. 

Tuning and refinement are part of the deal, and adaptation to some of the application jargon is of great help at this stage. Sometimes, in the end, the SSP-practitioner is seen as part of the application team with solid theory competences and, after many different applications, one has the impression that the SSP-practitioner knows a little of everything (but this is part of the professional experience). I hope many readers will be lured into this fascinating and diverse problem-solving loop, spanning multiple and various applications, as I have been myself. The book touches all these fields, and it contains some advice, practical rules, and warnings that stem from my personal experience. My greatest hope is to be of help to readers’ professional lives.

Table Of Contents:
1. Manipulations on Matrixes 
2. Linear Algebraic Systems 
3. Random Variables in Brief 
4. Random Processes and Linear Systems
5. Models and Applications
6. Estimation Theory
7. Parameter Estimation
8. Cramér–Rao Bound
9. MLE and CRB for Some Selected Cases
10. Numerical Analysis and Montecarlo Simulations
11. Bayesian Estimation
12. Optimal Filtering 
13. Bayesian Tracking and Kalman Filter 
14. Spectral Analysis 
15. Adaptive Filtering
16. Line Spectrum Analysis 
17. Equalization in Communication Engineering 
18. 2D Signals and Physical Filters 
19. Array Processing
20. Multichannel Time of Delay Estimation 
21. Tomography
22. Cooperative Estimation 

23. Classification and Clustering

Statistical Signal Processing in Engineering pdf.

Book Details:
⏩Edition: 1nd edition
⏩Author: Umberto Spagnolini 
⏩Puplisher: Wiley
⏩Puplication Date: February 5, 2018
⏩Language: English
⏩Size: 15.4 MB 
⏩Pages: 581
⏩Format: PDF

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