Adaptive Signal Models: Theory, Algorithms, and Audio Applications

@inproceedings{Goodwin1997AdaptiveSM,
  title={Adaptive Signal Models: Theory, Algorithms, and Audio Applications},
  author={Michael M. Goodwin},
  year={1997}
}
Adaptive Signal Models: Theory, Algorithms, and Audio Applications by Michael Mark Goodwin Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering|Electrical Engineering and Computer Science University of California, Berkeley Professor Edward A. Lee, Chair Mathematical models of natural signals have long been of interest in the scienti c community. A primary example is the Fourier model, which was introduced to explain the properties of blackbody radiation and has since found countless applications. In this thesis… CONTINUE READING
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