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Wavelets through a Looking Glass (Applied and Numerical Harmonic Analysis) by Ola Bratteli, Palle Jorgensen, B. Treadway Average Customer Review: Hardcover (12 July, 2002) list price: $59.95 -- our price: $59.95 (price subject to change: see help) US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France Reviews (6)
A masterpiece in wavelets
Distinguished link between math and computer science
A fresh look at wavelets 1- The book covers the theory of wavelets from the point of view of operators and functional analysis and will appeal to a growing number of pure as well as applied mathematicians interested in the subject. 2- The writing of the book is very appealing: every chapter starts by a tutorial that gives motivation as well as intuition. It is then followed by a very clean mathematical development of the subject, together with many examples, figures, and applications from physics and engineering.A set of nice problems is provided at the end of each chapter. Thus this book can be used as a graduate textbook or for mathematical seminars in mathematics departments. 3- This book can even be used by experts in wavelet theory for learning about recent developments and new perspectives from operator theory and functional analysis. I highly recommend this book. ... Read more Isbn: 0817642803 |
$59.95 |
An Introduction to Wavelet Analysis by David F. Walnut Average Customer Review: Hardcover (27 September, 2001) list price: $69.95 -- our price: $55.68 (price subject to change: see help) US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France Reviews (1)
From Fourier to wavelets to applications. Isbn: 0817639624 |
$55.68 |
The Fourier Transform & Its Applications by Ronald N. Bracewell Average Customer Review: Hardcover (08 June, 1999) list price: $106.88 -- our price: $106.88 (price subject to change: see help) US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France Reviews (8)
The best book for Fourier transform
Good book on practical, fourier analysis, excellent problems
excellent on fundamentals Isbn: 0073039381 |
$106.88 |
Fast Fourier Transform and Its Applications by E. Brigham Average Customer Review: Paperback (29 March, 1988) list price: $93.00 -- our price: $83.48 (price subject to change: see help) US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France Features
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Very good, but be careful, though I am very happy about this book, I first read it in 1979 when I was 19, and I found it really marvellous. I agree with the other reviewers, but I must add a note of caution - the edition I have contains some errors. They are as follows; p155, p157 - the factors w(11) and w(10) are incorrectly placed on the butterfly diagram 10.3 and 10.4 respectively, p166, p168, p169, equations 10-26 and most equations following to the end of the chapter - the factors R(N-n) and I(N-n) should be R(N-1-n) and I(N-1-n), respectively. I hope I'm right about this, but the convention is that the indices are from 0 to N-1, and therefore if n=0, then N-n is N - which not an allowed index. Apart from these sort of errors (I havn't been through the whole book with a fine toothcomb), its really very good, actually extraordinarily clear. One of its main benefits is that it doesn't veer away from the FFT to the very complicated developments such as fractional transforms and other developments which might confuse the sort of audience it's aimed at (which is definitely the graduates). But if you want to look deeply into FFTs for a real application you will need a lot more. I must mention,for instance, that the implementation of an FFT needs fairly careful error propagation and rounding analysis, and this isn't covered at all in the book. Neither are prime factor FFTs. In fact the chapter "FFT algorithms for arbirary factors" is only a method of factoring into powers of two, and certainly not the prime factor decomposition which was developed later by Winograd, Chuo, and others. It must also be said that while the DCT is practically a kissing cousin of the FFT, this naturally isn't covered in this text... but neither are the finite field implementations that are now taking many peoples imaginations to faster and faster FFTS. Also, there are jolly useful things to know about, such as the FFT when you only need a subset of the output data points. There are pruning algorithms which greatly simplify the computations. But it's very good as a starter, I wouldn't do without my copy!
Outstanding classic But getting back to the present book, this is one of the best books I've read in the signal analysis area. Brigham's presentation of various aspects of the FT, including the continuous FT, digital FT, convolution integrals, and so on, is clear and concise, whether he's discussing theory or applications. Also, his disussion of the Nyquist sampling theorem is the best and easiest to understand I've read. Interestingly, this theorem has quite practical applications, not just in digital sample theory, but in real life. According to the Nyquist theorem, no information is lost in converting from analog to digital form if the sampling frequency is twice that of the highest frequency in the signal. Well, have you ever used those audio headphones they have on commercial jetliners? The Nyquist theorem means they can switch the audio outputs at high frequency using well-known time-domain switching techniques rather than run copper to each passenger's seat. I've read that this saves 300 pounds of copper wire in a typical plane, the weight savings of which can of course be more profitably used for transporting other things. If you consider that 300 pounds is about the weight of your average couple,you can see how the savings would add up after even a few flights. But getting back to the book, I first encountered this work 20 years ago, and I'm delighted to see it's still around. My neurobiology student friends and I all got turned on to this book early in grad school, and it was a great help. I still fondly recall the many enjoyable hours we spent talking about how Fourier analysis and other techniques such as the Laplace transform, temporal modulation transfer fuction, two-dimensional convolution integrals, two-dimensional point-spread functons, filter techniques such as the finite and infinite response filters, Kalman filter, Hammond filter, and so on, could be applied to our area. And it all started with this book. It's a true classic that has never been exceeded for it's clear and concise exposition of a very important mathematical tool in both engineering and neurophysiology. ... Read more Isbn: 0133075052 |
$83.48 |
Understanding FFT Applications : A Tutorial for Laymen, Students, Technicians & Working Engineers by Anders E. Zonst Paperback (01 September, 1997) list price: $34.95 US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France Isbn: 0964568195 |
Understanding Digital Signal Processing by Richard G. Lyons Average Customer Review: Hardcover (06 November, 1996) list price: $64.95 US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France Reviews (43)
One of The Best DSP book for beginner
Fantastic Book The second edition expands on the strong points of the first.The book is written by an engineer for other engineers.The topics are accessible to readers, while not being watered down. Less understood, but extremely important topics such as quadrature processing and Hilbert transformshave expanded coverage in this edition. The best improvement to this edition is the vastly expanded chapter on DSP Tricks.The tricks are practical applications of DSP theory.These tricks usually are not taught in school, and are often not well known.The number of pages devoted to tricks has doubled to over 100, and unlike other books, cover a broad range of topics.Application areas cover audio processing, digital communications, simulation, analysis, and others. In summary, you will not be disappointed with this book.
The Best DSP book for beginner Isbn: 0201634678 |
Digital Signal Processing: A Practical Guide for Engineers and Scientists (IDC Technology (Paperback)) by Steven Smith Average Customer Review: Paperback (September, 2002) list price: $62.95 -- our price: $41.55 (price subject to change: see help) US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France Reviews (14)
A truely enjoyable book
A PulitizerPrize winner for technical writing.
Best Text to understand, perform and enjoy DSP Isbn: 075067444X |
$41.55 |
A Wavelet Tour of Signal Processing by S. G. Mallat, Stephane Mallat Average Customer Review: Hardcover (01 January, 1998) list price: $59.95 US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France Reviews (8)
The worst textbook I have ever seen
Algorithms and much more!
A bold approach to wavelet transforms that simplifies Isbn: 0124666051 |
Introduction to Wavelets and Wavelets Transforms by C. Sidney Burrus, C. Sidney Burrus, Ramesh A. Gopinath Average Customer Review: Paperback (14 August, 1997) list price: $55.00 -- our price: $55.00 (price subject to change: see help) US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France Reviews (3)
If you don't know anything about Wavelet Analysis Start Here
introduction to Wavelets and Waveletstransforms
theoretically sound, non-trivial tutorial Isbn: 0134896009 |
$55.00 |
Wavelets Made Easy by Yves Nievergelt Average Customer Review: Hardcover (28 April, 1999) list price: $49.95 -- our price: $43.09 (price subject to change: see help) US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France Reviews (5)
Finally, Wavelets are explained !!
Excellent. The applications are explicitly mentioned and algorithms are written down clearly, instead of simply providing the theory and leaving the implementation for the student to figure out for himself. For the less mathematically oriented, the exercises at the end of each chapter will provide a good intuition to what will be encountered in the consequent sections. Once this book is read, other books that concentrate on specific aspects of wavelets will appear to be more understandable.
The complex cannot be made easy, but it can be made clear Nievergelt's coverage of Daubechies wavelets is not as So in summary, I'd say that this is a book that started out Isbn: 0817640614 |
$43.09 |
Discrete-Time Signal Processing (Prentice Hall Signal Processing Series) by Alan V. Oppenheim, Ronald W. Schafer Average Customer Review: Hardcover (01 March, 1989) list price: $91.00 US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France Editorial Review This is the standard text for introductory advanced undergraduate and first-year graduate level courses in signal processing. The text gives a coherent and exhaustive treatment of discrete-time linear systems, sampling, filtering and filter design, reconstruction, the discrete-time Fourier and z-transforms, Fourier analysis of signals, the fast Fourier transform, and spectral estimation. The author develops the basic theory independently for each of the transform domains and provides illustrative examples throughout to aid the reader. Discussions of applications in the areas of speech processing, consumer electronics, acoustics, radar, geophysical signal processing, and remote sensing help to place the theory in context. The text assumes a background in advanced calculus, including an introduction to complex variables and a basic familiarity with signals and linear systems theory. If you have this background, the book forms an up-to-date and self-contained introduction to discrete-time signal processing that is appropriate for students and researchers. Discrete-Time Signal Processing also includes an extensive bibliography. ... Read more Reviews (20)
yes, it is!
To be in the Electronics business
Ok beginners book Isbn: 013216292X |
Fast Fourier Transforms, Second Edition by James S. Walker Average Customer Review: Hardcover (22 August, 1996) list price: $79.95 -- our price: $79.95 (price subject to change: see help) US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France Reviews (1)
Can be understood by an undergraduate physics major. Isbn: 0849371635 |
$79.95 |
The World According to Wavelets: The Story of a Mathematical Technique in the Making by Barbara Burke Hubbard Average Customer Review: Hardcover (01 March, 1996) list price: $38.00 US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France Reviews (10)
Good for start Actually, the book has got two parts. In the first part you can learn basic things about Fourier transform (about its usage but also about its limits), what we need wavelets for and what the wavelets are. It is explained in very simple language without any formulas. The second part contains basic formulas related to the topics in the first part. I find that the link between these two parts is very good. Also, the author gives physical explanation whenever it's possible. If you are a specialist in the wavelets area, you probably know all these things but if you are new (like me!) you will find that this book is quite useful.
It can be done!
Outstanding overview Isbn: 1568810474 |
A Primer on Wavelets and Their Scientific Applications by James S. Walker Average Customer Review: Paperback (26 March, 1999) list price: $39.95 -- our price: $36.56 (price subject to change: see help) US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France Reviews (6)
Too Elementary
Best introductory book on wavelets Everyone should start out their investigation of wavelets with this book first. Highly recommended.
The ideas and the software. Isbn: 0849382769 |
$36.56 |
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