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  • Methodological reductionism is a driving force of scientific thinking. Unlike the more controversial, and philosophically dubious, connotations of the term, methodological reductionism embodies a general principle of intellectual parsimony. It does not establish debatable hierarchies among pedagogically distinct scientific areas, it does not seek to identify equally controversial ultimate constituents of reality. Instead, it attempts the consolidation of a collection of more or less intuitively connected items into a more general item, of which they become refinements or specializations.

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  • Suitable for a one- or two-semester undergraduate-level electrical engineering, computer engineering, and computer science course in Discrete Systems and Digital Signal Processing. Assumes some prior knowledge of advanced calculus, linear systems for continuous-time signals, and Fourier series and transforms. Giving students a sound balance of theory and practical application, this no-nonsense text presents the fundamental concepts and techniques of modern digital signal processing with related algorithms and applications.

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  • Motivation and Example Adaptive Filter Structure Performance and Robustness Issues Error and Energy Measures Robust Adaptive Filtering Energy Bounds and Passivity Relations Min-Max Optimality of Adaptive Gradient Algorithms Comparison of LMS and RLS Algorithms Time-Domain Feedback Analysis Ali H. Sayed University of California, Los Angeles Markus Rupp Bell Laboratories Lucent Technologies Time-Domain Analysis • l2 −Stability and the Small Gain Condition • Energy Propagation in the Feedback Cascade • A Deterministic Convergence Analysis 20.10Filtered-Error Gradient Algorithms 20.

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  • With the advent of multimedia, digital signal processing (DSP) of sound has emerged from the shadow of bandwidth-limited speech processing. Today, the main applications of audio DSP are high quality audio coding and the digital generation and manipulation of music signals. They share common research topics including perceptual measurement techniques and analysis/synthesis methods. Smaller but nonetheless very important topics are hearing aids using signal processing technology and hardware architectures for digital signal processing of audio.

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  • SOCS3 is a negative regulator of cytokine signalling that inhibits Janus kinase-signal transduction and activator of transcription (JAK-STAT) mediated signal tranduction by binding to phosphorylated tyrosine residues on intracellular subunits of various cytokine receptors, as well as possibly the JAK proteins.

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  • There is much evidence to indicate that cholesterol forms lateral membranemicrodomains (rafts), and to suggest their important role in cellular signaling. However, no probe has been produced to analyze cholesterol behavior, especially cholesterol movement in rafts, in real time. To obtain a potent tool for analyzing cholesterol dynamics in rafts, we prepared and characterized several truncated fragments of h-toxin (perfringolysin O), a cholesterol-binding cytolysin, whose chemicallymodified formhas been recently shown to bind selectively to rafts. ...

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  • The siglecs (sialic acid-binding Ig-like lectins) are a distinct subset of the Ig superfamily with adhesion-molecule-like structure. We describe here a novel member of the siglec protein family that shares a similar structure including five Ig-like domains, a transmembrane domain, and a cytoplasmic tail containing two ITIM-signaling motifs. Siglec10 was identified through database mining of an asthmatic eosinophil EST library. Using the Stanford G3 radiation hybrid panel we were able to localize the genomic sequence of siglec-10 within the cluster of genes on chromosome 19q13.

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  • In this chapter include all of the following: Sinusoidal response of LTI systems, response of LTI systems in the frequency domain, distortion of signals passing through LTI systems, ideal and practical filters, frequency response for rational system functions, dependency of frequency response on poles and zeros,...

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  • Fas-associated protein with death domain (FADD) is an essential adaptor protein in death receptor-mediated signal transduction. During apoptotic signaling, FADD functions in the cytoplasm, where it couples activated receptors with initiator caspase-8. However, in resting cells, FADD is pre-dominantly stored in the nucleus. In this study, we examined the modalities of FADD intracellular trafficking.

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  • The unique ability of mammals to detect and discriminate between thou-sands of different odorant molecules is governed by the diverse array of olfactory receptors expressed by olfactory sensory neurons in the nasal epithelium. Olfactory receptors consist of seven transmembrane domain G protein-coupled receptors and comprise the largest gene superfamily in the mammalian genome.

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  • The dermal glands of frogs produce antimicrobial peptides that protect the skin against noxious microorganisms and assist in wound repair. The sequences of these peptides are very dissimilar, both within and between species, so that the 5000 living anuran frogs may produce100 000 different antimicrobial peptides.

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  • Frequency analysis of digital signals and systems was discussed in Chapter 4. To perform frequency analysis on a discrete-time signal, we converted the time-domain sequence into the frequency-domain representation using the z-transform, the discrete-time Fourier transform (DTFT), or the discrete Fourier transform (DFT). The widespread application of the DFT to spectral analysis, fast convolution, and data transmission is due to the development of the fast Fourier transform (FFT) algorithm for its computation....

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  • Frequency analysis of any given signal involves the transformation of a time-domain signal into its frequency components. The need for describing a signal in the frequency domain exists because signal processing is generally accomplished using systems that are described in terms of frequency response. Converting the time-domain signals and systems into the frequency domain is extremely helpful in understanding the characteristics of both signals and systems. In Section 4.1, the Fourier series and Fourier transform will be introduced....

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  • Fast Fourier Transform and Its Applications Frequency analysis of digital signals and systems was discussed in Chapter 4. To perform frequency analysis on a discrete-time signal, we converted the time-domain sequence into the frequency-domain representation using the z-transform, the discrete-time Fourier transform (DTFT), or the discrete Fourier transform (DFT). The widespread application of the DFT to spectral analysis, fast convolution, and data transmission is due to the development of the fast Fourier transform (FFT) algorithm for its computation.

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  • DISCRETE-SIGNAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN- P1:Electronic circuit analysis and design projects often involve time-domain and frequency-domain characteristics that are difÞcult to work with using the traditional and laborious mathematical pencil-and-paper methods of former eras. This is especially true of certain nonlinear circuits and sys- tems that engineering students and experimenters may not yet be com- fortable with.

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  • Frequency Analysis Frequency analysis of any given signal involves the transformation of a time-domain signal into its frequency components. The need for describing a signal in the frequency domain exists because signal processing is generally accomplished using systems that are described in terms of frequency response. Converting the time-domain signals and systems into the frequency domain is extremely helpful in understanding the characteristics of both signals and systems. In Section 4.1, the Fourier series and Fourier transform will be introduced.

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  • DISCRETE-SIGNAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN- P2:Electronic circuit analysis and design projects often involve time-domain and frequency-domain characteristics that are difÞcult to work with using the traditional and laborious mathematical pencil-and-paper methods of former eras. This is especially true of certain nonlinear circuits and sys- tems that engineering students and experimenters may not yet be com- fortable with.

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  • DISCRETE-SIGNAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN- P3:Electronic circuit analysis and design projects often involve time-domain and frequency-domain characteristics that are difÞcult to work with using the traditional and laborious mathematical pencil-and-paper methods of former eras. This is especially true of certain nonlinear circuits and sys- tems that engineering students and experimenters may not yet be com- fortable with.

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  • DISCRETE-SIGNAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN- P11:Electronic circuit analysis and design projects often involve time-domain and frequency-domain characteristics that are difÞcult to work with using the traditional and laborious mathematical pencil-and-paper methods of former eras. This is especially true of certain nonlinear circuits and sys- tems that engineering students and experimenters may not yet be com- fortable with.

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  • DISCRETE-SIGNAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN- P5:Electronic circuit analysis and design projects often involve time-domain and frequency-domain characteristics that are difÞcult to work with using the traditional and laborious mathematical pencil-and-paper methods of former eras. This is especially true of certain nonlinear circuits and sys- tems that engineering students and experimenters may not yet be com- fortable with.

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