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Liu Co-Authors New Book on Array Processing and Sensor Networks

Liu Co-Authors New Book on Array Processing and Sensor Networks

Prof. K.J. Ray Liu
Prof. K.J. Ray Liu

ECE Professor and Distinguished Scholar-Teacher K. J. Ray Liu is the co-author of a new book titled "Handbook on Array Processing and Sensor Networks."

The book, published by Wiley, provides readers with a collection of tutorial articles contributed by world-renowned experts on recent advancements and the state of the art in array processing and sensor networks. The book is co-authored by Dr. Simon Haykin, a Distinguished University Professor at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.

Focusing on fundamental principles as well as applications, the handbook provides exhaustive coverage of a variety of areas, including: cooperative communications; self-localization of sensor networks; spatial spectrum estimation; wavelets; MIMO radio propagation; acoustic array processing for speech enhancement; acoustic beamforming for hearing aid applications; digital 3D/4D ultrasound imaging technology; energy-efficient decentralized estimation; and security and privacy for sensor networks, among other areas.

"Handbook on Array Processing and Sensor Networks" is the first book of its kind and will appeal to researchers, professors, and graduate students in array processing, sensor networks, advanced signal processing, and networking. More information about the new book can be found at: http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-0470371765.html.

January 20, 2010


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