Subspace methods of pattern recognition

Subspace methods of pattern recognition

Signal Processing 7 (1984) 79-80 North-Holland 79 BOOK ALERTS Signal Theory and Random Processes Subspace Methods of Pattern Recognition Harry URK...

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Signal Processing 7 (1984) 79-80 North-Holland

79

BOOK ALERTS Signal Theory and Random Processes

Subspace Methods of Pattern Recognition

Harry URKOWITZ, Principal Member of the Engineering Staff, RCA Government Systems Division, Moorestown, New Jersey and Adjunct Professor, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Dr. Erkki OJA, Associate Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of Kuopio, Finland

Artech House Inc., Dedham, Mass. 1983, xi +715 pp, £36.00, ISBN 0-89006-121-1

Contents

Contents

1) A Review of Fourier Transforms 2) Linear Time-Invariant Systems 3) Complex Signal Representation 4) Generalized Harmonic Analysis 5) Sampling and Discrete Time Representation 6) Probability 7) Joint Moments and Correlation 8) The Multivariate Gaussian Distribution and Related Distributions 9) Introduction to Random Processes 10) Spectral Density 1l) Linear Functionals of Random Processes 12) The Gaussian (or Normal) Random Process 13) The Matched Filter or Correlator and Maximation of Signal To Noise Ratio 14) Elements of Statistical Detection Theory 15) Detection of Known Signals 16) Unknown Parameters and Composite Hypotheses 17) Parameter Estimation Notes on Symbology Principal Symbols Index

Research Studies Press Ltd., Letchworth, Hertfordshire, England, 1983, xii+187pp, ISBN 086380-010-6

Preface List of Frequently Occurring Symbols Chapter 1--Introduction Chapter 2--Subspaces and Statistical Orthogonal Expansions Chapter 3--Numerical Computation of the K - L Transform Chapter d Subspace Classifiers Chapter 5--The Learning Subspace Methods Appendix 1--Stochastic Approximation Appendix 2--Convergence Proofs References Subject Index

Cybernetic Systems: Recognition, Learning, SelfOrganisation E.R. CAIANIELLO, Istituto di Scienze dell'Informazione, Universit~i di Salerno, Italy and G. MUSSO, Elettronica San Giorgio, ELSAG S.p.A., Genova, Italy (editors) Research Studies Press Ltd., Letchworth, Hertfordshire, England, 1984, vii+248 pp, ISBN 086380-004-1

0165-1684/84/$3.00 t~) 1984, ElsevierScience Publishers B.V. (North-Holland)