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Adaptive filtering is an advanced and growing field in signal processing. A filter is a transmission network used in electronic circuits for the selective enhancement or reduction of specified components of an input signal. Filtering is achieved by selectively attenuating those components of the input signal which are undesired, relative to those which it is desired to enhance. This comprehensive book is both a valuable student resource and a useful technical reference for signal processing engineers in industry. The author is experienced in teaching graduates and practicing engineers and the text offers good theoretical coverage complemented by plenty of application examples.
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