Category:Signal processing

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The modification and analysis of signals. See also IEEE Signal Processing Society History


  • Acoustic signal processing - the receiving and interpretation of acoustic signals
  • Adaptive signal processing - signal processing that adapts its transfer function according to an algorithm driven by an error signal
  • Array signal processing - the processing of signals using multiple, spaced receivers
  • Chirp - commonly used in sonar and radar, a signal in which the frequency increases or decreases over time
  • Convolution - a mathematical process operating on two functions which produces a third function that is a modified version of one of the original functions
  • Decorrelation - any process that is used to reduce autocorrelation or cross-correlation within or between signals while preserving other aspects of the signal
  • Digital signal processing - the receiving and processing of digital signals
  • Distortion - the alteration of the original shape of a signal
  • Effects - the results of a signal
  • Geophysical signal processing - receiving and processing signals resulting from Earth functions
  • Modulation - the process of varying one or more properties of a high-frequency periodic waveform with a modulating signal, which contains the information to be transmitted
  • Multidimensional signal processing - receiving and interpreting signals along multiple functional dimensions
  • Optical signal processing - the processing of signals in lights
  • Optical wavelength conversion - the conversion of optical wavelengths to create comprehensibility and transmissiblility
  • Radar signal processing - the receiving and interpretation of radar waves
  • Source separation - separating different digital signals coming from different sources

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