Ali N. Akansu and Michael J. Medley
Transform tools have been widely used in many communications applications for more than three decades. Although Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) is the most widely used transform in most communications problems, Discrete Cosine Transform (DCT) has become the industry standard for image-video compression in multimedia storage and communications.
More recently, subband and wavelet transforms have been forwarded in the literature with their more flexible time (spatial) and frequency localization than the block transforms which might be of a critical feature for some advanced communications and multimedia scenarios. This edited volume treats the emerging communications and multimedia applications of these popular transform techniques. These applications areas include spread spectrum communications, code division multiple access (CDMA) communications, discrete multitone (DMT) modulation for ADSL and VDSL applications, low probability of intercept (LPI) communications, digital audio broadcasting (DAB), audio processing and compression, multimedia compression, image/video watermarking, telemedicine, and others.
This book consists of chapter contributions from prominent researchers in the field. It is balanced with the theoretical depth and the fine details of advanced communications and multimedia applications. It is intended for communications and signal processing engineers, researchers in electrical engineering and applied mathematics, technical management professionals want to follow the recent developments in this field and advanced level graduate students.
Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999. Click here for more information about the book.
1. Transmultiplexers: A Unifying Time-Frequency Processing Tool for
TDMA, FDMA and CDMA Communications
(Hetling, MIT Lincoln Lab.; Saulnier, RPI; Akansu, NJIT; and Lin, GlobeSpan)
2. Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing for Terrestrial Digital
(Courville, Motorola; and Duhamel, ENST)
3. Interference Excision in Spread Spectrum Communications
(Medley, USAF Rome Labs; Tazebay, David Sarnoff Research Center; and Saulnier, RPI)
4. Transform Based Low Probability of Intercept (LPI) Communications
(Orr, Stanford Telecom; T. Farrell, TRW; and G. Prescott, Univ. of Kansas)
5. Digital Subscriber Line Communications
(Lin, GlobeSpan; Sorbara, GlobeSpan; and Akansu, NJIT)
6. Multiscale Detection
(Erdol, Florida Atlantic University)
7. MPEG Audio Coding
(Johnston, Quackenbush, Davidson, Brandenburg, and Herre, AT&T Research)
8. Subband Image Compression
(Nosratinia, Rice Univ.; Davis, Dartmouth College; Xiong, Univ. of Hawaii; and Rajagopalan, Lucent)
9. Scalable Picture Coding for Multimedia Applications
(Iraj Sodagar and Ya-Qin Zhang, David Sarnoff Research Center)
10. Multiresolution and Object-Based Video Watermarking using
(Swanson, Cognicity Inc.; Zhu, Cognicity Inc.; and Tewfik, Univ. of Minnesota)
11. Transforms in Telemedicine Applications
(Smith, GeorgiaTech; and Docef, Univ. of British Columbia)