Lonnie C. Ludeman                        

  South Dakota School of Mines & Technology 1963
     M.S.E.E. South Dakota School of Mines & Technology 1964
     Ph.D.       Arizona State University 1968

Present Position
     New Mexico State University- Professor Emeritus
  Publications (Textbooks):
        Random Processes: Filtering, Estimation, and
, Wiley Interscience, John Wiley & Sons, 2003.
        (Chinese Translation Edition)  2005. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
        Publishing House of Electronics, Beijing, China.

        Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing,
        Harper & Row, 1986; John Wiley & Sons, 1987; Wiley
        International Edition, 1988. Now in the sixth printing.

        Solutions Manual for Fundamentals of Digital Signal
, Harper & Row, 1986.

       "Pattern Recognition: Statistical and Neural"
        ( In Progress)

Academic Experience

Professional Experience

Research Publications

Recent Classes Taught

Other Professional



  Research Interests:
      My main research interest is the application of Digital Signal Processing techniques including pattern recognition and neural nets to archaeological, speech, biomedical, communications and radar problems. Also of special interest is the measurement, modeling, filtering and estimation of random processes.
Specific current research topics are clustering of nonnumerical archaeological data, acoustical measurements for southwestern kivas, ground penetrating radar for archaeology, detection and estimation of ventricular fibrillation parameters, neural networks for texture identification, information fusion for electronic vision systems, and digital signal and image processing.

   Honors and Awards:
  Fulbright Scholar(Greece, Fall 1993)
My text, Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing was selected by "Choice Magazine" as one of the outstanding academic books published in 1986. Only 14 were selected across the entire field of engineering to receive this honor. (May Issue, 1987 Choice Magazine).