This book offers a complete description of digital image forensics techniques, plus the latest research on systems, algorithms and applications. Covers a variety of related subjects and offers scientifically sound treatment of state-of-the-art techniques.
Using Verilog models and test benches for implementing and explaining fault simulation and test generation algorithms, this book treats the concepts of testing and testability in digital systems, and also covers digital design practices and methodologies.
This book explores system theory, including optimal state feedback and optimal state estimation, and its role in system design, with application to feedback control systems and wireless transceivers, plus system identification and channel estimation.
This book addresses the gap between DSP algorithm design and implementation, using an approach to DSP architecture design that merges algorithm and system specifications with the intrinsic computational capability of the underlying technology.
This concise introduction to optical fiber communication covers the important aspects of the field from the physics of optical wave propagations to the essentials of Receivers and Amplifiers. It includes recent research results, worked examples and problems.
This book describes a formally developed, network-centric Real-Time Operating System, OpenComRTOS. Using the formal methods described in this book produces results that are more reliable and will have higher performance.
This text provides a comprehensive introduction to the theories, techniques and applications of image fusion. It examines in detail many real-life examples of image fusion, including panchromatic sharpening and ensemble color image segmentation.
Implementing Software Defined Radio discusses practical aspects of design configuration and implementation. The work includes discussion of all major SDR design architectures, and it examines the reasons for building such flexible radios.
This fresh and pragmatic approach to understanding a subject often clouded by mathematical theory exploits the full suite of tools provided by LabVIEW™, showing how to design, develop, analyze, and visualize intelligent control algorithms quickly and simply.