Digital Signal Processing: Mathematical and Computational Methods, Software Development and Applications

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Horwood, 2006 - Computers - 813 pages
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This book forms the first part of a complete MSc course in an area that is fundamental to the continuing revolution in information technology and communication systems. Massively exhaustive, authoritative, comprehensive and reinforced with software, this is an introduction to modern methods in the developing field of Digital Signal Processing (DSP). The focus is on the design of algorithms and the processing of digital signals in areas of communications and control, providing the reader with a comprehensive introduction to the underlying principles and mathematical models.
Provides an introduction to modern methods in the developing field of Digital Signal Processing (DSP)Focuses on the design of algorithms and the processing of digital signals in areas of communications and controlProvides a comprehensive introduction to the underlying principles and mathematical models of Digital Signal Processing

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Jonathan M. Blackledge is Professor of Information and Communications Technology, Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Loughbourough University, England.

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