Shift register sequences are used in a broad range of applications, particularly in random number generation, multiple access and polling techniques, secure and privacy communication systems, error detecting and correcting codes, and synchronization pattern generation, as well as in modern cryptographic systems. The first edition of Shift Register Sequences, published in 1967, has been for many years the definitive work on this subject. In the revised edition, Dr. Golomb has added valuable supplemental material. The revised Edition contains a comprehensive bibliography of some 400 entries which cover the literature concerning the theory and applications of shift register sequences. Written in a clear and lucid style, Dr. Golomb's approach is completely mathematical with rigorous proofs of all assertions. The proofs, however, may be omitted without loss of continuity by the reader who is interested only in results. Dr. Golomb is considered one of the foremost experts in the world with respect to combinatorial and geometrical aspects of coded communications.
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Shift register sequences cover a broad range of applications, from radar signal design, pseudo-random number generator, digital wireless telephony, and many other areas in coded communications. It is the primary area for which the author, Dr Golomb, received the US National Medal of Science. This book is the third, revised edition of the original definitive book on shift register sequences which was published in 1967, which has been widely distributed, read, and cited. It has stood the test of time, and provides a clear, comprehensive, and readily applicable description of both linear and non-linear shift register sequences.About the Author:
Dr Solomon W Golomb is the only current faculty member at the University of Southern California, where he has taught electrical engineering and mathematics since 1963, to hold two titles of Distinguished Professor and University Professor. He also occupies the Viterbi Chair in Communications. He is an elected member of both the US National Academy of Engineering (1976) and the US National Academy of Sciences (2003), and is an elected Fellow of five major scientific/technical organizations. His many prestigious awards include the Hamming Gold Medal of the Institute of Electrical Engineers (IEEE), and the Shannon Prize, the highest award of its Information Theory Society. He also received the 2012 William Proctor Award, the highest technical award bestowed by the Sigma XI honorary society. He has received honorary doctorate degrees from universities on several continents, in addition to his earned PhD in Mathematics from Harvard University (1957). In 2013, he received the National Medal of Science from President Barrack Obama in a White House ceremony. He was awarded the 2016 Benjamin Franklin Medal of the Franklin Institute, for Electrical Engineering, in April, 2016.
From 1956 to 1963, Golomb conducted and supervised research in communications at Caltech/NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) during the dawn of the Space Age. He is the author or co-author of more than 200 journal articles and seven books, and is particularly well-known for his pioneering and extensive work, since 1953, on Shift Register Sequences, and their applications to cryptography, radar, and coded, spread-spectrum, and wireless communications.
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Descripción Aegean Park Pr, 1981. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110894120484
Descripción Aegean Park Pr. PAPERBACK. Estado de conservación: New. 0894120484 New Condition. Nº de ref. de la librería NEW6.0597013
Descripción Aegean Park Pr, 1981. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 894120484
Descripción Aegean Park Pr, 1981. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0894120484