Multiresolution Signal Cross-correlation

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Signal Correlation is a digital signal processing technique which has a wide variety of applications, ranging from geophysical exploration to acoustic signal enhancements, or beamforming. This dissertation will consider this technique in an underwater acoustics perspective, but the algorithms illustrated here can be readily applied to other areas. Although beamforming techniques have been studied for the past fifty years, modern beamforming systems still have difficulty in operating in noisy environments, especially in shallow water.

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xviii, 178 leaves : ill.

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Novaes, Marcos (Marcos Nogueira) December 1994.

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Signal Correlation is a digital signal processing technique which has a wide variety of applications, ranging from geophysical exploration to acoustic signal enhancements, or beamforming. This dissertation will consider this technique in an underwater acoustics perspective, but the algorithms illustrated here can be readily applied to other areas. Although beamforming techniques have been studied for the past fifty years, modern beamforming systems still have difficulty in operating in noisy environments, especially in shallow water.

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xviii, 178 leaves : ill.

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Novaes, Marcos (Marcos Nogueira). Multiresolution Signal Cross-correlation, dissertation, December 1994; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc277645/: accessed August 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .