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

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Horwood, 2003 - Computers - 757 pages
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Reinforced with appropriate software, this introduction to modern methods in the developing field of Digital Signal Processing (DSP) delivers a course text primarily for post-graduates reading electrical engineering, control engineering, communication systems engineering, engineering mathematics and computer science. Its emphasis on current programming practices is an attractive feature to engineers and industrial researchers for whom DSP has important applications. The focus of the book is on the design algorithms and the processing of digital signals in different areas of communications and control, and provides the reader with a comprehensive introduction to the underlying principles and mathematical models used to analyse and process different types of digital signals. Readers will also gain an appreciation of the software engineering methodologies used in the design and construction of DSP packages. The book gives a number of case studies that have been designed to enhance the mat

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