Edited by Henry Leung
Other Titles in Applied Mathematics 136
Chaos is a deterministic random phenomenon. Many signal processes (e.g., radar and sonar) have a random appearance, and chaos provides an alternative approach to processing these signals. This book presents up-to-date research results on chaotic signal processing, including the application of nonlinear dynamics to radar target recognition, an exactly solvable chaos approach for communications, a chaotic approach for reconfigurable computing, system identification using chaos, design of a high resolution LADAR system based on chaos, and the use of chaos in compressive sensing.
This book is intended for researchers and graduate students in chaos, applied nonlinear dynamics, signal processing, and radar communications.
About the Author
Henry Leung is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the University of Calgary, Canada. Previously, he was with the Department of National Defence (DND) of Canada as a defense scientist, where he conducted research and development of automated surveillance systems, which can perform detection, tracking, identification, and data fusion automatically as a decision aid for military operators. His current research interests include adaptive systems, computational intelligence, data mining, information fusion, robotics, sensor networks, signal processing, and wireless communications. He was awarded the Mountbatten Premium by the Institution of Electrical Engineers for his work on applying chaos and fractal to radar signal processing.
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Chaos, signal processing, radar, communications, nonlinear dynamics
2014 / x + 179 pages / Softcover / 978-1-611973-25-9
List Price $79.00 / SIAM Member Price $55.30 / Order Code OT136