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Digital Signal Processing for Complete Idiots By DAVID FEYNMAN
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DSP is a very math intensive subject and one would require a deep understanding in mathematics to understand various aspects of DSP. Although there are many books which cover DSP extensively, most of... More > them or all of them would require a ton of mathematics to understand even the most fundamental concepts. For a first timer in DSP, getting their heads around advanced math topics like Fourier transform etc is a very hard task. Most students tend to lose interest in DSP, because of this sole reason. In this book, explanations of the various fundamental concepts are given in an intuitive manner with minimum maths. Also, the various topics are connected with real life situations wherever possible. This way even the first timers can learn the basics of DSP with minimum effort. Hopefully the students will enjoy this different approach to DSP. The various concepts of the subject are arranged logically and explained in a simple reader-friendly language with MATLAB examples.< Less
Digital Processing of Analog Signals: a first look with MATLAB By Thomas Young
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An introductory text on Digital Processing of Analog Signals using MATLAB.
Digital Signal Processing in a Nutshell (Volume I) By Jan Allebach, Krithika Chandrasekar
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This is a course text-book for an upper-level undergraduate signal processing class.
Understanding Digital Signal Processing with MATLAB Programs By Dr T Siva Kumar
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This book tries to understand Digital Signal Processing using figures. The objective is not to teach coding. The codes provided use simple commands but the author expects the reader to have fun in... More > understanding DSP by tweaking some parameters of the codes which would result in new figures to clear the concepts of DSP. The prerequisite is the desire to understand a topic thoroughly.< Less
Digital Audio Signal Processing: Math Overview By Gerald Lemay
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People in the field of digital audio signal processing have various backgrounds such as music, audio, computer science, mathematics, physics and engineering. Rather than attempting to review the... More > mathematics you already know, this book overviews some of the concepts, terminology and methods you will encounter as a practitioner of digital audio signal processing.< Less
Digital Audio Signal Processing: Math Overview with Examples By Gerald Lemay
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Potential practitioners of Digital Audio Signal Processing come from many different backgrounds and often find it useful to see what types of mathematics are involved in this field. Practitioners... More > typically have backgrounds in music, audio, computer science, mathematics, physics and engineering. Rather than attempting to review the mathematics you already know, this book overviews some of the concepts terminology and methods of mathematics that one can expect to use. Based on a teaching-learning paradigm called layering, this book reflects the author’s deep teaching background. The purpose and intent of this book series is to clarify the fundamental concepts of digital audio signal processing. Software examples (MATLAB) are used throughout the text which includes analytic examples and their solutions. Gerald Lemay is currently working on this second PhD in Digital Signal Processing and welcomes comments and suggestions on this book. You may contact him through the publisher.< Less
Digital Audio Signal Processing: The Discrete Fourier Transform By Gerald Lemay
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The Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) is often simply (and incorrectly) referred to as the FFT (Fast Fourier Transform). Learn the difference between the FFT algorithm, the Discrete-Time Fourier... More > Transform (DTFT), and the DFT as you explore circular convolution, enhanced spectral estimation, and other topics. Based on a teaching-learning paradigm called layering, this book reflects the authors deep teaching background. The purpose and intent of this book series is to clarify the fundamental concepts of digital audio signal processing. Software examples (MATLAB) are used throughout the text which includes analytic exercises and their solution. Gerald Lemay is currently working on his second PhD in Digital Signal Processing and welcomes comments and suggestions on this book. You may contact him through the publisher.< Less
Digital Audio Signal Processing: Frequency Response By Gerald Lemay
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After reviewing some math and systems concepts,we introduce the concept of frequency response and study the steady-state and transient response of systems. This book reflects a teaching paradigm... More > called layering in which a concept is developed one step at a time by making gradual progressions from the simple to the complex. Rather than starting with a presentation of the final destination and then attempting to explain and justify its meaning, a concept is allowed to evolve with figures and equations by intentionally repeating material so that an incremental change becomes obvious. It is the intentional rewriting rather than erasing and writing that is at the core of layering. An additional benefit to this approach is that blocks in learning may be identified and clarified more easily.< Less
Digital Audio Signal Processing: IIR Filters By Gerald Lemay
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Infinite impulse response (IIR) filters have the advantage that they can usually be implemented with fewer coefficients than FIR filters. We use the fundamental concepts of linear systems theory to... More > explore two classic second-order IIR filters: the pole-zero notch and the all-pass. This book reflects a teaching paradigm called layering in which a concept is developed one step at a time by making gradual progressions from the simple to the complex. Rather than starting with a presentation of the final destination and then attempting to explain and justify its meaning, a concept is allowed to evolve with figures and equations by intentionally repeating material so that an incremental change becomes obvious. It is the intentional rewriting rather than erasing and writing that is at the core of layering. An additional benefit to this approach is that blocks in learning may be identified and clarified more easily< Less
Digital Audio Signal Processing: Filter Design By Gerald Lemay
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Filter design research in the continuous-time domain is discussed with the goal of designing filters in the discrete-time domain. We look at some of the fundamentals of statistical filter design... More > techniques including auto-regressive and auto-regressive-moving-average models. This book reflects a teaching paradigm called layering in which a concept is developed one step at a time by making gradual progressions from the simple to the complex. Rather than starting with a presentation of the final destination and then attempting to explain and justify its meaning, a concept is allowed to evolve with figures and equations by intentionally repeating material so that an incremental change becomes obvious. It is the intentional rewriting rather than erasing and writing that is at the core of layering. An additional benefit to this approach is that blocks in learning may be identified and clarified more easily.< Less