Machine Learning in Signal Processing: Applications, Challenges, and Road Ahead
English | 2021 | ISBN: 0367618907 | 389 pages | pdf | 20.68 MB
The signal processing (SP) landscape has been enriched by recent advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), yielding new tools for signal estimation, classification, prediction, and manipulation.
Layered signal representations, nonlinear function approximation and nonlinear signal prediction are now feasible at very large scale in both dimensionality and data size. These are leading to significant performance gains in a variety of long-standing problem domains like speech and image analysis as well as providing the ability to construct new classes of nonlinear functions (e.g., fusion, nonlinear filtering).
This book will help acads, researchers, developers, graduate and undergraduate students to comprehend complex SP data across a wide range of topical application areas such as social muldia data collected from social media networks, medical imaging data, data from Covid tests, etc. This book focuses on AI utilization in the speech, image, communications and virtual reality domains.