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The Theory of Linear Prediction

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The Theory of Linear Prediction
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Publisher: Morgan and Claypool Publishers
ISBN/ASIN: 1598295756
ISBN-13: 9781598295757
Number of pages: 198

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Linear prediction theory has had a profound impact in the field of digital signal processing. Although prediction is only a part of the more general topics of linear estimation, filtering, and smoothing, this book focuses on linear prediction. The theory of vector linear prediction is explained in considerable detail and so is the theory of line spectral processes.

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