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[EAN: 9780387966724], Neubuch, Mathematics|Probability & Statistics, Publisher/Verlag: Springer, Berlin | This book was written as a first treatment of statistical com munication theory and communication systems at a senior graduate level. The only formal prerequisite is a knowledge of ele mentary calculus; however, some familiarity with linear systems and transform theory will be helpful. Chapter 1 is introductory and contains no substantial techni cal material. Chapter 2 is an elementary introduction to probability theory at a nonrigorous and non abstract level. It is essential to the remainder of the book but may be skipped (or reviewed has tily) by any student who has taken a one-semester undergraduate course in probability. Chapter 3 is a brief treatment of random processes and spec tral analysis. It includes an introduction to shot noise (Sections 3.14-3.17) which is not subsequently used explicitly. Chapter 4 considers linear systems with random inputs. It includes a considerable amount of material on narrow-band sys tems and on the representation of random processes. Chapter 5 treats the matched filter and the linear least mean-squared-error filter at an elementary level but in some detail. Numerous examples are provided throughout the book. Many of these are of an elementary nature and are intended merely to illustrate textual material. A reasonable number of problems of varying difficulty are provided. Instructors who adopt the text for classroom use may obtain a Solutions Manual for most of the problems by writing to the author. | 1-Introduction.- 1.1-Communication Systems.- 1.2-Statistical Communication Theory.- 1.3-Additional Reading.- 2-Probability and Random Variables.- 2.1-Introductory Remarks.- 2.2-Elements of Set Theory.- 2.3-A Classical Concept of Probability.- 2.4-Elements of Combinatorial Analysis.- 2.5-The Axiomatic Foundation of Probability Theory.- 2.6-Finite Sample Spaces.- 2.7-Fields,?-Fields, and Infinite Sample Spaces.- 2.8-Independence.- 2.9-Random Variables, Discrete and Continuous.- 2.10-Distribution Functions and Densities.- 2.11-The Transformation of Random Variables.- 2.12-Expectation.- 2.13-Moments.- 2.14-The Chebychev Inequality.- 2.15-Generating Functions.- 2.16-The Binomial Distribution.- 2.17- The Poisson Distribution.- 2.18- The Normal or Gaussian Distribution.- 2.19- Limit Theorems.- 2.20- Bivariate Distributions.- 2.21- The Bivariate Normal Distribution.- 2.22- The Multivariate Normal Distribution.- 2.23- Linear Transformations on Normal Random Variables.- Problems.- References.- 3-Random Processes and Spectral Analysis.- 3.1- Definition.- 3.2- Stationarity.- 3.3- Correlation Functions.- 3.4- Time Averages and Ergodicity.- 3.5- Convergence of Random Variables.- 3.6- Fourier Transforms.- 3.7- Integrals of Random Processes.- 3.8- Power Spectra.- 3.9- Shot Noise.- 3.10- Random Events in Time.- 3.11- The Mean and Autocorrelation Function of Shot Noise.- 3.12- The Amplitude Distribution of Shot Noise.- Problems.- References.- 4-Linear Filtering of Stationary Processes:Steady-State Analysis.- 4.1-Introduction.- 4.2-Discrete-Time Filters.- 4.3-Continuous-Time Filters.- 4.4-Complete Statistical Description of the Output of a Linear System.- 4.5-The Orthogonal Decomposition of Random Processes; Fourier Series.- 4.6-The Karhunen-Loeve Expansion.- 4.7-Optimal Truncation Properties of the Karhunen-Loeve Expansion.- 4.8-The Sampling Theorem.- 4.9-Narrow-Band Systems.- 4.10-Narrow-Band Systems with Added Sinusoids.- Problems.- References.- 5-Optimum Linear Systems: Steady-State Synthesis.- 5.1-Introduction.- I -The Matched Filter For Continuous-Time Inputs.- 5.2-Derivation.- 5.3-The Unrealizable Matched Filter in Continuous Time.- 5.4-Spectral Factorization for Continuous-Parameter Random Processes.- 5.5-Solution of the Integral Equation for the Continuous- Time Matched Filter.- II -The Matched Filter for Discrete-Time Inputs.- 5.6-Derivation.- 5.7-The Unrealizable Matched Filter in Discrete Time.- 5.8-Spectral Factorization for Discrete-Parameter Random Processes.-, [PU: Springer]
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An Introduction to Communication Theory and Systems This book was written as a first treatment of statistical com munication theory and communication systems at a senior graduate level. The only formal prerequisite is a knowledge of ele mentary calculus; however, some familiarity with linear systems and transform theory will be helpful. Chapter 1 is introductory and contains no substantial techni cal material. Chapter 2 is an elementary introduction to probability theory at a nonrigorous and non abstract level. It is essential to the remainder of the book but may be skipped (or reviewed has tily) by any student who has taken a one-semester undergraduate course in probability. Chapter 3 is a brief treatment of random processes and spec tral analysis. It includes an introduction to shot noise (Sections 3.14-3.17) which is not subsequently used explicitly. Chapter 4 considers linear systems with random inputs. It includes a considerable amount of material on narrow-band sys tems and on the representation of random processes. Chapter 5 treats the matched filter and the linear least mean-squared-error filter at an elementary level but in some detail. Numerous examples are provided throughout the book. Many of these are of an elementary nature and are intended merely to illustrate textual material. A reasonable number of problems of varying difficulty are provided. Instructors who adopt the text for classroom use may obtain a Solutions Manual for most of the problems by writing to the author. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-0-387-96672-4, Springer
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[SR: 3928740], Paperback, [EAN: 9780387966724], Springer New York, Springer New York, Book, [PU: Springer New York], 1988-01-01, Springer New York, An Introduction to Communication Theory and Systems This book is intended as a text for a one-term introduction to statistical communication theory and optimal linear systems, either at a graduate or high undergraduate level. It is accessible to any student with a background in elementary calculus but it is most likely to be used in electrical engineering courses aimed at departmental majors. It is intended that this text be easy to read and to und... Full description, 269577, Network Topics, 269520, Networking & Security, 71, Computing & Internet, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 922290, Electrical Engineering, 278150, Electrical, 278115, Engineering & Technology, 57, Science & Nature, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 278143, Telecommunications, 278141, Electronics & Communications Engineering, 278115, Engineering & Technology, 57, Science & Nature, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 278429, Electromagnetism, 278409, Physics, 57, Science & Nature, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 571500, Electrical Engineering, 564346, Engineering, 564334, Scientific, Technical & Medical, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 571046, Electronics & Telecommunications Engineering, 564346, Engineering, 564334, Scientific, Technical & Medical, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books
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This book is intended as a text for a one-term introduction to statistical communication theory and optimal linear systems, either at a graduate or high undergraduate level. It is accessible to any student with a background in elementary calculus but it is most likely to be used in electrical engineering courses aimed at departmental majors. It is intended that this text be easy to read and to understand. To that end, fundamental notions are often repeated in slightly different ways and many examples are given in more detail than might be necessary for some students. There is more than enough material here for a one-term course and some instructors may wish to omit the material in Chapter 4 on the Karhunen-Loeve expansion, since the treatment here is more theoretical than the rest of the book. A large number of appendices are provided covering auxiliary material often not familiar to the student. A large number of problems of varying difficulty are given and a Solutions Manual is available. Both discrete and continuous-time concepts are introduced simultaneously throughout the text. An Introduction to Communication Theory and Systems Thomas, J. B. / Thomas, John Bowman, Springer
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