Best Reference Books – Adaptive and Array Signal Processing

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Adaptive and Array Signal Processing subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Adaptive and Array Signal Processing along with reviews.

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1. “Methods of Signal Processing for Adaptive Antenna Arrays” by Larysa Titarenko and Alexander Barkalov

“Methods of Signal Processing for Adaptive Antenna Arrays” Book Review: This is a monograph on development of ASSP. It is important for telecommunications and radio links. This can also be used for effective radio communications. Probabilistic and deterministic approach for synthesis of robust algorithms of ASSP are given. The book has problems with their solutions. They can be used for making Banach space operators. This book is for professionals, students and PhD students.

2. “Fundamentals of Adaptive Signal Processing (Signals and Communication Technology)” by Aurelio Uncini

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“Fundamentals of Adaptive Signal Processing (Signals and Communication Technology)” Book Review: The book combines theoretical and practical approach. It describes development of circuit structure. Examples of multimodal and multimedia communications are provided. The biological and biomedical fields and economic models are also included. Environmental sciences and acoustics are included. Telecommunications, remote sensing, and monitoring is included. The modeling and prediction of complex physical phenomena has also been explained. It helps to design and implement the algorithms. The text can be used for research purposes.

3. “Statistical and Adaptive Signal Processing: Spectral Estimation, Signal Modeling, Adaptive Filtering and Array Processing” by Dimitris G Manolakis and Vinay K Ingle

“Statistical and Adaptive Signal Processing: Spectral Estimation, Signal Modeling, Adaptive Filtering and Array Processing” Book Review: This book is for electrical engineers. Adaptive signal processing is presented in a statistical and practical way. This book is written by experts in industry and academia. Spectral estimation, signal modeling and adaptive filtering is included. The book has examples, problems and experiments. Matlab functions are also included. The book has 3,000 equations and 300 illustrations.

4. “Academic Press Library in Signal Processing: Array and Statistical Signal Processing” by Sergios Theodoridis and Rama Chellappa

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“Academic Press Library in Signal Processing: Array and Statistical Signal Processing” Book Review: The book includes principles, methods and techniques of the subject. The book has tutorial reviews. Principles and their applications are also presented. There is reference of core principles, technologies and applications. Journal articles are also referenced.

5. “Fundamentals of Adaptive Signal Processing (Signals and Communication Technology)” by Aurelio Uncini

“Fundamentals of Adaptive Signal Processing (Signals and Communication Technology)” Book Review: The book combines theoretical and practical approach. It describes development of circuit structure. Examples of multimodal and multimedia communications are provided. The biological and biomedical fields and economic models are also included. Environmental sciences and acoustics are included. Telecommunications, remote sensing, and monitoring is included. The modeling and prediction of complex physical phenomena has also been explained. It helps to design and implement the algorithms. The text can be used for research purposes.

6. “Handbook on Array Processing and Sensor Networks” by Simon Haykin and K J Ray Liu

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“Handbook on Array Processing and Sensor Networks” Book Review: The book is a collection of tutorial articles. The book has principles and applications. The book covers wavelets, spatial spectrum estimation and MIMO radio propagation. It includes robustness issues in sensor array processing. Wireless communications and sensing in multipath environments is described. This uses multi-antenna transceivers. Implicit training and array processing for digital communications systems is also described. It also includes unitary design of radar waveform diversity sets. Other important topics are also included. This book can be used by researchers, professors, and graduate students.

7. “Adaptive Array Antenna for Mobile and Satellite Communication” by Mainak Mukhopadhyay

“Adaptive Array Antenna for Mobile and Satellite Communication” Book Review: The book is on spatial filtering methods. They use advanced antenna techniques and adaptive or smart antennas It helps to understand exploitation of spatial dimension. This can be done as a hybrid multiple access technique. This complements FDMA, TDMA and CDMA.

8. “Adaptive Filters: Theory and Applications” by Behrouz Farhang–Boroujeny

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“Adaptive Filters: Theory and Applications” Book Review: This book describes adaptive signal processing theoretically. New topics like transform domain and frequency domain, are included. It also includes subband adaptive filters and acoustic echo cancellation with active noise control. Applications are described in detail. The book also has exercises and computer simulation problems. New companion website hosting the MATLAB simulation program is included.

9. “Parallel Processing on VLSI Arrays” by Josef A Nossek

“Parallel Processing on VLSI Arrays” Book Review: This book is a special issue of the Journal of VLSI Signal Processing. It includes eight contributions which were invited for publica­tion. They were presented at a symposium. It was called The International Symposium on Circuits and Systems. Requirements of applications are presented in this book. The restrictions in architectural and circuit design are also addressed. They are presented in 3 sections. First is Simulation of continuous physical systems. Second is Systolic architectures for implementing regular and irregular algorithms in VLSI technology. Maxwell’s equations are used for basic ideas.

10. “Uniform Concentric Circular and Spherical Arrays with Frequency Invariant Characteristics” by Haihua Chen

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“Uniform Concentric Circular and Spherical Arrays with Frequency Invariant Characteristics” Book Review: This book is based on a dissertation. This was obtained from The University of Hong Kong. There has been no alternation or editing done on the contents. Formatting has been changed. It helps in printing and reading.

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