Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|LC Classifications||QA404.5 .M36 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 265 p. :|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||80049885|
This book provides a broadly based, theoretical monograph on the Walsh System, a system that is the simplest non-trivial model for harmonic analysis and shares many properties with the. It explores the background and evolution of power electronics, and discusses Walsh and related orthogonal basis functions. It develops the mathematical foundation of Walsh analysis, and first- and second-order system analyses by Walsh technique. It also describes the Walsh domain operational method and how it is applied to linear system by: 3. Dyadic (Walsh) analysis emerged as a new research area in applied mathematics and engineering in early seventies within attempts to provide answers to demands from practice related to application of spectral analysis of different classes of signals, including audio, video, sonar, and radar signals. Part of the Industrial and Applied Mathematics book series (INAMA) Abstract The concept of non-trigonometric Fourier series such as Haar–Fourier series and Walsh–Fourier series were introduced by Haar [ 1 ] and Walsh [ 2 ], respectively; Kaczmarz, Steinhaus, and Paley studied some aspects of Walsh system between and
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