It gives me immense pleasure to introduce this timely handbook to the research/- velopment communities in the ?eld of signal processing systems (SPS). This is the ?rst of its kind and represents state-of-the-arts coverage of research in this ?eld. The driving force behind information technologies (IT) hinges critically upon the major advances in both component integration and system integration. The major breakthrough for the former is undoubtedly the invention of IC in the 50as by Jack S. Kilby, the Nobel Prize Laureate in Physics 2000. In an integrated circuit, all components were made of the same semiconductor material. Beginning with the pocket calculator in 1964, there have been many increasingly complex applications followed. In fact, processing gates and memory storage on a chip have since then grown at an exponential rate, following Mooreas Law. (Moore himself admitted that Mooreas Law had turned out to be more accurate, longer lasting and deeper in impact than he ever imagined. ) With greater device integration, various signal processing systems have been realized for many killer IT applications. Further breakthroughs in computer sciences and Internet technologies have also catalyzed large-scale system integration. All these have led to todayas IT revolution which has profound impacts on our lifestyle and overall prospect of humanity. (It is hard to imagine life today without mobiles or Internets!) The success of SPS requires a well-concerted integrated approach from mul- ple disciplines, such as device, design, and application.PCs, digital frames, and digital media receivers, like the Apple TV or the xbox360, allow users to display their photos into a variety ... In 1980, Philips and Sony introduced the first commercial audio CD and opened a new world of digital audioanbsp;...
|Title||:||Handbook of Signal Processing Systems|
|Author||:||Shuvra S. Bhattacharyya, Ed F. Deprettere, Rainer Leupers, Jarmo Takala|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2010-09-10|