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Symbolic and Knowledge-Based Signal Processing (Prentice-Hall Signal…
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0138804443, Hardcover)Aimed at signal processors and computer scientists, this book of self-contained discussions explores how computer science can enhance the performance of signal processing systems and their design. There are two primary themes to the book. Firstly, it considers the use of symbolic and knowledge-based processing in environments for computer-aided program design. Secondly, it discusses the design of signal understanding systems in which signal processing is closely integrated with symbolic and knowledge-based processing in the overall system. Contributors include Dr Gary Kopec, Dr Cory S. Myers, Alan V. Oppenheim, Dr Malcolm Slaney and many other experts in the field. The book is aimed at electrical engineers, and engineers and computer programmers working in this area.
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