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October 05, 2011

Digital Signal Processing for Scientists&Engineers | PDF

The technical world is changing very rapidly. In only 15 years, the power of personal computers has increased by a factor of nearly one-thousand.  By all accounts, it will increase by another factor of one-thousand in the next 15 years. This tremendous power has changed the way science and engineering is done, and there is no better example of this than Digital Signal Processing.  In the early 1980s, DSP was taught as a graduate level course in electrical engineering. A decade later, DSP had become a standard part of the undergraduate curriculum.

Today, DSP is a basic skill needed by scientists and engineers in many fields. Unfortunately, DSP education has been slow to adapt to this change. Nearly all DSP textbooks are still written in the traditional electrical engineering style of detailed and rigorous mathematics.  DSP is incredibly powerful, but if you can't understand it, you can't use it!


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