122 pages | 16 Color Illus. | 58 B/W Illus.
For complex operating modalities and dimensionalities, the design and development of high-performance sensing and imaging systems represent the most direct and significant advances in the field of system analysis and signal processing. In this field, the core components are physical modeling, mathematical analysis, formulation of image reconstruction algorithms, performance evaluation, and system optimization.
Acoustical Sensing and Imaging covers the full scope of these components, with an emphasis on the applications of system analysis and signal processing in acoustical sensing and imaging.
Providing a unified theoretical framework, this book:
Acoustical Sensing and Imaging ensures a broad appreciation of the design concepts, analysis, and development of high-performance sensing and imaging systems.
"This book is a succinct well written book summarizing the various mathematical approaches to acoustical sensing and imaging."
—Noise Control Engineering Journal, September/October 2016
Underwater Signal Parameter Detection and Estimation
Acoustic Sensor Unit
Normalization and Optimization
Linear Coherent Systems
Fresnel and Fraunhofer Approximation
Resolution Analysis of Discrete Arrays
Acoustical Imaging Applications
Step-Frequency FMCW Ultrasound Imaging
Chirp Signal and Fresnel Phase Pattern
Resolution Enhancement and Motion Estimation
Quadrature-Receiver Phase Errors and Correction
Resolution Enhancement by Wavefield Statistics
Parameter-Based Motion Estimation
Image-Based Motion Estimation and Imaging