19 Jun 2009
By Eugene N. Bruce. This book is written at a level for use in a first-semester graduate course in biomedical engineering or an advanced undergraduate course. With a biomedical engineering perspective on the theory, methods, and applications of signal processing, this book provides a unique framework for understanding signal processing of biomedical signals and what it tells us about signal sources and their behavior in response to perturbation. Each chapter begins with a detailed biomedical example illustrating the methods under discussion and highlighting the interconnection between the theoretical concepts and applications.