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Research and Markets Offers New Report on Sensor Networks and Array Processing

Research and Markets has introduced the new “Handbook on Array Processing and Sensor Networks” report by John Wiley and Sons Ltd to their offering.

The handbook consists of numerous tutorial articles written by experts on the current advancements in sensor networks and array processing.

The handbook, focusing on basic principles and applications, offers detailed information on MIMO radio propagation; spatial spectrum estimation; problems related to sensor array processing; sensor networks self-localization; wireless sensing and communications in multi-path environments utilizing multi-antenna transceivers; digital 3D/4D ultrasound imaging technology; multi-target classification and tracking in joint sensor networks through sequential Monte Carlo; sensor data fusion that find use in multi-target networks; energy-efficient decentralized estimation; distributed source coding; cooperative communications; dispersed algorithms in sensor networks; network coding meant for sensor networks; routing for statistical conclusion in sensor networks; networking and signal processing through the global games theory; privacy and security for sensor networks; and biochemical transport estimation, modeling and detection in practical environments.

Some of the essential topics covered in the handbook include novel techniques for and applications of distributed sensor networks; fundamental issues in distributed sensor networks; novel techniques for and applications of array signal processing; and fundamental issues in array signal processing.

The Handbook on Array Processing and Sensor Networks report is ideal for professors, graduate students and researchers involved in sensor networks, networking, processing and advanced signal processing.

Source: http://www.researchandmarkets.com/

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