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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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New design and realization techniques for perfect reconstruction two-channel filterbanks and wavelets bases

Pun, Ka-shun, Carson., 潘加信. January 2002 (has links)
published_or_final_version / Electrical and Electronic Engineering / Master / Master of Philosophy
22

Finite-field wavelet transforms and their application to error-control coding

Fekri, Faramarz 08 1900 (has links)
No description available.
23

Space-time characterisation and adaptive processing of ionospherically-propagated HF signals / Giuseppe Aureliano Fabrizio.

Fabrizio, Giuseppe Aureliano January 2000 (has links)
Bibliography: p. 235-243. / xxvi, 243 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. / Title page, contents and abstract only. The complete thesis in print form is available from the University Library. / Concerned with the mathematical characterisation and adaptive processing of narrowband high frequency signals received by a very wide aperture antenna array after reflection from the ionosphere. / Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, Dept. of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 2000
24

Detecting scene changes using synthetic aperture radar interferometry / Mark Preiss.

Preiss, Mark January 2004 (has links)
"November 2004" / Includes bibliographical references (leaves 283-293) / xxix, 293 leaves : ill. ; 30 cm. / Title page, contents and abstract only. The complete thesis in print form is available from the University Library. / Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 2004
25

Time-frequency analysis based on mono-components

Dang, Pei January 2011 (has links)
University of Macau / Faculty of Science and Technology / Department of Mathematics
26

Very low bit rate video coding using adaptive nonuniform sampling and matching pursuit

Indra, Isara 12 1900 (has links)
No description available.
27

Adaptive decomposition of signals into mono-components

Wang, Yan Bo January 2010 (has links)
University of Macau / Faculty of Science and Technology / Department of Mathematics
28

Detection and classification of marine mammal sounds

Unknown Date (has links)
Ocean is home to a large population of marine mammals such as dolphins and whales and concerns over anthropogenic activities in the regions close to their habitants have been increased. Therefore the ability to detect the presence of these species in the field, to analyze and classify their vocalization patterns for signs of distress and distortion of their communication calls will prove to be invaluable in protecting these species. The objective of this research is to investigate methods that automatically detect and classify vocalization patterns of marine mammals. The first work performed is the classification of bottlenose dolphin calls by type. The extraction of salient and distinguishing features from recordings is a major part of this endeavor. To this end, two strategies are evaluated with real datasets provided by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution: The first strategy is to use contour-based features such as Time-Frequency Parameters and Fourier Descriptors and the second is to employ texture-based features such as Local Binary Patterns (LBP) and Gabor Wavelets. Once dolphin whistle features are extracted for spectrograms, selection of classification procedures is crucial to the success of the process. For this purpose, the performances of classifiers such as K-Nearest Neighbor, Support Vector Machine, and Sparse Representation Classifier (SRC) are assessed thoroughly, together with those of the underlined feature extractors. / Includes bibliography. / Dissertation (Ph.D.)--Florida Atlantic University, 2014. / FAU Electronic Theses and Dissertations Collection
29

Modelling, information capacity, and estimation of time-varying channels in mobile communication systems

Sadeghi, Parastoo, School of Electrical Engineering And Telecommunications, UNSW January 2006 (has links)
In the first part of this thesis, the information capacity of time-varying fading channels is analysed using finite-state Markov channel (FSMC) models. Both fading channel amplitude and fading channel phase are modelled as finite-state Markov processes. The effect of the number of fading channel gain partitions on the capacity is studied (from 2 to 128 partitions). It is observed that the FSMC capacity is saturated when the number of fading channel gain partitions is larger than 4 to 8 times the number of channel input levels. The rapid FSMC capacity saturation with a small number of fading channel gain partitions can be used for the design of computationally simple receivers, with a negligible loss in the capacity. Furthermore, the effect of fading channel memory order on the capacity is studied (from first- to fourth-order). It is observed that low-order FSMC models can provide higher capacity estimates for fading channels than high-order FSMC models, especially when channel states are poorly observable in the presence of channel noise. To explain the effect of memory order on the FSMC capacity, the capacities of high-order and low-order FSMC models are analytically compared. It is shown that the capacity difference is caused by two factors: 1) the channel entropy difference, and 2) the channel observability difference between the high-order and low-order FSMC models. Due to the existence of the second factor, the capacity of high-order FSMC models can be lower than the capacity of low-order FSMC models. Two sufficient conditions are proven to predict when the low-order FSMC capacity is higher or lower than the high-order FSMC capacity. In the second part of this thesis, a new implicit (blind) channel estimation method in time- varying fading channels is proposed. The information source emits bits ???0??? and ???1??? with unequal probabilities. The unbalanced source distribution is used as a priori known signal structure at the receiver for channel estimation. Compared to pilot-symbol-assisted channel estimation, the proposed channel estimation technique can achieve a superior receiver bit error rate performance, especially at low signal to noise ratio conditions.
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Modelling, information capacity, and estimation of time-varying channels in mobile communication systems

Sadeghi, Parastoo, School of Electrical Engineering And Telecommunications, UNSW January 2006 (has links)
In the first part of this thesis, the information capacity of time-varying fading channels is analysed using finite-state Markov channel (FSMC) models. Both fading channel amplitude and fading channel phase are modelled as finite-state Markov processes. The effect of the number of fading channel gain partitions on the capacity is studied (from 2 to 128 partitions). It is observed that the FSMC capacity is saturated when the number of fading channel gain partitions is larger than 4 to 8 times the number of channel input levels. The rapid FSMC capacity saturation with a small number of fading channel gain partitions can be used for the design of computationally simple receivers, with a negligible loss in the capacity. Furthermore, the effect of fading channel memory order on the capacity is studied (from first- to fourth-order). It is observed that low-order FSMC models can provide higher capacity estimates for fading channels than high-order FSMC models, especially when channel states are poorly observable in the presence of channel noise. To explain the effect of memory order on the FSMC capacity, the capacities of high-order and low-order FSMC models are analytically compared. It is shown that the capacity difference is caused by two factors: 1) the channel entropy difference, and 2) the channel observability difference between the high-order and low-order FSMC models. Due to the existence of the second factor, the capacity of high-order FSMC models can be lower than the capacity of low-order FSMC models. Two sufficient conditions are proven to predict when the low-order FSMC capacity is higher or lower than the high-order FSMC capacity. In the second part of this thesis, a new implicit (blind) channel estimation method in time- varying fading channels is proposed. The information source emits bits ???0??? and ???1??? with unequal probabilities. The unbalanced source distribution is used as a priori known signal structure at the receiver for channel estimation. Compared to pilot-symbol-assisted channel estimation, the proposed channel estimation technique can achieve a superior receiver bit error rate performance, especially at low signal to noise ratio conditions.

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