Applied and Numerical Harmonic Analysis

Book Series
There are 90 volumes in this series
Published 1997 - 2018

About this series

Applied and Numerical Harmonic Analysis (ANHA) publishes works in harmonic analysis as well as in engineering and scientific subjects having a significant harmonic analysis component. The interface among applied mathematics, science, and engineering is the theme of all books in the series.
Harmonic analysis is a wellspring of ideas and applicability in mathematics, engineering, and the sciences that has flourished, evolved, and deepened with continued research and exploration. The intricate and fundamental relationship between harmonic analysis and general disciplines such as signal processing, partial differential equations, and image processing is reflected in the ANHA series.
This series provides a means of disseminating important, current information along with computational tools for harmonic analysis. The following topics are covered:
* Antenna Theory * Prediction Theory * Biomedical Signal Processing * Radar Applications * Coding Theory * Sampling Theory * Communication Theory * Spectral Estimation * Crystallography * Speech Processing * Digital Signal Processing * Stochastic Processes * Fast Algorithms * Time-Frequency and Time-Scale Analysis * Gabor Theory and Applications * Geophysics * Time Series * Image Processing * Tomography * Numerical Partial Differential Equations * Turbulence * Uncertainty Principles * Optics * Wavelet Theory and Applications.
The series includes professional monographs, advanced textbooks, and cohesive and carefully edited contributed works. Publications include significant new algorithmic methods, while computational tools are encouraged. All forms of technology, e.g., internet, web, CD-ROM, are utilized to present material in the most efficient, useful format.
Series Editor
John Benedetto, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA


Editorial Advisory Board
Akram Aldroubi, Vanderbilt University, TN, USA
Douglas Cochran, Arizona State University, AZ, USA
Hans G. Feichtinger, University of Vienna, Austria
Christopher Heil, Georgia Institute of Technology, GA, USA
Stéphane Jaffard, University of Paris XII, France
Jelena Kovačević, Carnegie Mellon University, PA, USA
Gitta Kutyniok, Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Mauro Maggioni, Johns Hopkins University, MD, USA
Zuowei Shen, National University of Singapore
Thomas Strohmer, University of California at Davis, CA, USA
Yang Wang, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology