# Annealing Based Optimization Methods for Signal Processing Applications

@inproceedings{Persson2003AnnealingBO, title={Annealing Based Optimization Methods for Signal Processing Applications}, author={Per Persson}, year={2003} }

- Published 2003

In this thesis, a class of combinatorial optimization methods rooted in statistical mechanics and their use in signal processing applications will be discussed. The thesis consists of two separate parts. The first part deals with the rationale for my work and also covers the background information necessary to put the second part, which consists of a number of papers, in context. There are (at least) two sides to an optimization problem---the problem statement arising from an application or a… CONTINUE READING

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