The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to
Digital Signal Processing
By Steven W. Smith, Ph.D.
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640 Pages, HardcoverOver 500 graphs and illustrations
Clear explanationsVery readable - low math - many examples
All the classic DSP techniquesConvolution, Recursion, Fourier Analysis...
Easy to use Digital FiltersSimple to design; incredible performance
New ApplicationsTopics usually reserved for specialized books: audio and image processing, neural networks, data compression, and more!
For Students and ProfessionalsWritten for a wide range of fields: physics, bioengineering, geology, oceanography, mechanical and electrical engineering
About the book
- What is DSP?
- Why you need this book (8 good reasons for learning DSP)
- Comments by reviewers
- Free software and teaching aids
- What is the difference between the book editions?
(Titles, hard cover, paperback, ISBN numbers)