Theory of Remote Image Formation
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- Author: Richard E. Blahut, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
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Richard Blahut presents a unified analysis of the mathematical methods that underlie the various algorithms used in remote image formation. In many applications, images, such as ultrasonic or X-ray signals, are recorded and then analyzed with digital or optical processors in order to extract information. Such processing requires the development of algorithms of great precision and sophistication. Key features of the text include practical applications that illustrate theoretical concepts and many homework problems that enhance the learning of graduate students of electrical engineering and computer science, as well as professionals.
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- Date Published: January 2007
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9780511261619
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Table of Contents
2. Signals in one dimension
3. Signals in two dimensions
4. Optical imaging systems
5. Antenna systems
6. The ambiguity function
7. Radar imaging systems
8. Diffraction imaging systems
9. Construction and reconstruction of images
11. Likelihood and information methods
12. Radar search systems
13. Passive and baseband surveillance systems
14. Data combination and tracking
15. Phase noise and phase distortion
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