The book provides the fundamentals of acoustic wave theories as well as discrete signal processing. The authors have concentrated on the fundamental issues which they use in lecture courses, seminars, research, and development activities. From wave equations to discrete signal analysis, the treatment is self-contained with numerous helpful illustrations and examples. The relationship between continuous and discrete sampled data is clearly interpreted, and the origin of the sample data is readily comprehensible. Both students and engineers can reorganize their fundamental knowledge about signal processing.
. Emphasis on the relationship between continuous
and discrete signal representations.
. Coverage of prevailing trends
. High calibre data and figures.
As a comprehensive, introductory textbook to modern acoustics and signal processing, this book will be essential to students, researchers and practitioners in industry.
Dr. Mikio Tohyama teaches undergraduate and graduate courses at Kogakuin University, Tokyo, Japan. His research covers acoustics and speech signal processing.
Tsunehiko Koike works at the Speech and Acoustic Technology Center, NTT Advanced Technology Corporation. His research interests include speech and acoustic signal processing.