DSP Primer

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1999 - Computers - 518 pages
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For day-to-day digital signal processing, you simply can't find a better source than DSP Primer. After a concise statement of the applicable theory, this clear, practical book/CD package hands you ready-to-apply tools that cover the vast majority of digital signal processing deployment challenges. You get more than 200 useful algorithms, mathematical models, and design procedures; code in both executable Windows and source forms; and a step-by-step approach to solving problems and selecting techniques. DSP Primer covers digital filtering methods, discrete transform techniques, digital spectra analysis, multirate and statistical signal processing, adaptive filtering, speech processing, and much more. The CD-ROM gives you C++ programs for immediately testing new techniques, a library of C++ classes ready for integration into your own applications, and sample data for algorithm evaluation and demonstration. With hands-on solutions for common problems, DSP Primer is the toolkit of choice for the most explosively growing area of electrical engineering.

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Contents

Some Essential Preliminaries
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Noise
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Linear Systems
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Copyright

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