## An Introduction to the Digital Analysis of Stationary Signals: A Computer Illustrated TextAn Introduction to the Digital Analysis of Stationary Signals: A Computer Illustrated Text directly illustrates the various techniques required to make accurate measurements of the properties of fluctuating signals. Emphasis is on qualitative ideas rather than detailed mathematical analysis for which the computer illustrated text format is ideally suited. The author reinforces normal figures and diagrams with computer-generated graphical displays produced dynamically by the student. This package of text and accompanying software is not specific to any particular microcomputer. |

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