Now available in a three-volume set, this updated and expanded edition of the bestselling The Digital Signal Processing Handbook continues to provide the engineering community with authoritative coverage of the fundamental and specialized aspects of information-bearing signals in digital form. Encompassing essential background material, technical details, standards, and software, the second edition reflects cutting-edge information on signal processing algorithms and protocols related to speech, audio, multimedia, and video processing technology associated with standards ranging from WiMax to MP3 audio, low-power/high-performance DSPs, color image processing, and chips on video. Drawing on the experience of leading engineers, researchers, and scholars, the three-volume set contains 29 new chapters that address multimedia and Internet technologies, tomography, radar systems, architecture, standards, and future applications in speech, acoustics, video, radar, and telecommunications.
This volume, Video, Speech, and Audio Signal Processing and Associated Standards, provides thorough coverage of the basic foundations of speech, audio, image, and video processing and associated applications to broadcast, storage, search and retrieval, and communications.
Table of Contents
DIGITAL AUDIO COMMUNICATIONS; Nikil Jayant
Auditory Psychophysics for Coding Applications; Joseph L. Hall
MPEG Digital Audio Coding Standards; Schuyler R. Quackenbush and Peter Noll
Dolby Digital Audio Coding Standards; Robert L. Andersen and Grant A. Davidson
The Perceptual Audio Coder; Deepen Sinha, James D. Johnston, Sean Dorward, and Schuyler R. Quackenbush
Sony Systems; Kenzo Akagiri, Masayuki Katakura, H. Yamauchi, E. Saito, M. Kohut, Masayuki Nishiguchi, Kyoya Tsutsui, and Keisuke Toyama
SPEECH PROCESSING; Richard V. Cox and Lawrence R. Rabiner
Speech Production Models and Their Digital Implementations; M. Mohan Sondhi and Juergen Schroeter
Speech Coding; Richard V. Cox
Text-to-Speech Synthesis; Richard Sproat and Joseph Olive
Speech Recognition by Machine; Lawrence R. Rabiner and Biing-Hwang Juang
Speaker Verification; Sadaoki Furui and Aaron E. Rosenberg
DSP Implementations of Speech Processing; Kurt Baudendistel
Software Tools for Speech Research and Development; John Shore
IMAGE AND VIDEO PROCESSING; Jan Biemond and Russell M. Mersereau
Fundamentals of Image Processing; Ian T. Young, Jan J. Gerbrands, and Lucas J. van Vliet
Still Image Compression; Tor A. Ramstad
Image and Video Restoration; A. Murat Tekalp
Video Scanning Format Conversion and Motion Estimation; Gerard de Haan and Ralph Braspenning
Document Modeling and Source Representation in Content-Based Image Retrieval; Soo Hyun Bae and Biing-Hwang Juang
Technologies for Context-Based Video Search over the World Wide Web; Arshdeep Bahga and Vijay K. Madisetti
Image Interpolation; Yucel Altunbasak
Video Sequence Compression; Osama Al-Shaykh, Ralph Neff, David Taubman, and Avideh Zakhor
Digital Television; Kou-Hu Tzou
Stereoscopic Image Processing; Reginald L. Lagendijk, Ruggero E. H. Franich, and Emile A. Hendriks
A Survey of Image Processing Software and Image Databases; Stanley J. Reeves
VLSI Architectures for Image Communications; P. Pirsch and W. Gehrke
Vijay K. Madisetti is a professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. He teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in digital signal processing and computer engineering, and leads a strong research program in digital signal processing, telecommunications, and computer engineering. Dr. Madisetti received his BTech (Hons) in electronics and electrical communications engineering in 1984 from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India, and his PhD in electrical engineering and computer sciences in 1989 from the University of California at Berkeley. He has authored or edited several books in the areas of digital signal processing, computer engineering, and software systems, and has served extensively as a consultant to industry and the government. He is a fellow of the IEEE and received the 2006 Frederick Emmons Terman Medal from the American Society of Engineering Education for his contributions to electrical engineering.
Praise for the previous edition:
An excellent compendium of theoretical topics in DSTP … a one-stop shop of technical information on digital signal processing. … This book has saved me days in independent research.
—Howard Rubin, on Amazon.com
A useful handbook for the professional as well as for graduate students and faculty.
—E. A. Hoyer, Wichita State University, in CHOICE, Vol. 36, No. 1