By Palle E. T. Jorgensen, B. Treadway

Combines research and instruments from probability, harmonic research, operator idea, and engineering (signal/image processing)

Interdisciplinary focus with hands-on method, beneficiant motivation and new pedagogical techniques

Numerous routines strengthen primary innovations and hone computational skills

Separate sections clarify engineering phrases to mathematicians and operator conception to engineers

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We are pleased to acknowledge many helpftil conversations with Roger Nussbaum and Richard Gundy while we visited Rutgers in May 2003. We had very helpful e-mail discussions in March 2004 with Richard Gundy. We also acknowledge numerous helpful discussions with Anilesh Mohari. We are especially grateftil to Brian Treadway. With his usual professionalism he produced this beautifiil typeset text, provided numerous corrections, and created the figures and the graphics, including the graphic design and Mathematica programming of iterative algorithms.

Xxx-xxxiii above). Finally, in item (iv) we include a glossary consisting of a list of terms occurring in the book in varied contexts of mathematics, probability, engineering, and on occasion physics (pp. xvii-xxv above). To reduce the apparent confusion created by the same concept having up to four different names, the glossary includes informal explanations spelling out the reasons behind the differences in current terminology from neighboring fields. hi item (i) we attempt to translate the various engineering terms and constructs into mathematical formulas.

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