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Book: Joint Time-Frequency Analysis

Book: Joint Time-Frequency Analysis
by Shie Qian and Dapang Chen

Prentice-Hall, 1996
Hardcover, 302pp., Disks included, $65.00
ISBN 0-13-254384-2, TK5102.9.Q53
available from Prentice-Hall,

The primary objectives of this book are to serve as a professional
technical reference, and as a senior undergraduate or first-year
graduate advanced signal processing textbook. Each chapter begins with
a discussion of motivation, then theoretical analysis, and ends with
numerical implementations. More than one hundred illustrations and an
extensive bibliography provide additional support. All algorithms
presented in the book have been tested extensively and are suited to
student computer projects. In parallel to the classical Fourier
analysis, presentations are partitioned into linear and bilinear
methods. The linear JTFA includes the Gabor transform (or sampled
STFT) in Chapter 3, and the wavelet in Chapter 4. While the Gabor
transform and wavelet are evolutions of the linear Fourier
transformation, the time-dependent spectrum can be considered a
counterpart to the classical power spectrum. Chapters 5 through 8
explain members of Cohen's class as well as several proven JTFA
algorithms, particularly, the STFT-based spectrogram, the Gabor-Wigner
distribution-base spectrogram, and the adaptive representation-based
spectrogram. In Chapter 9, the Gabor expansion-based time-variant
filter is discussed briefly. The last three chapters are devoted to
real applications of JTFA, in the areas of radar image processing,
biomedical signal processing, and economy and ecology data
analysis. All these examples are directly contributed by experts in
their fields.
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