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The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing

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The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing
"The world of science and engineering is filled with signals: images from remote space probes, voltages generated by the heart and brain, radar and sonar echoes, seismic vibrations, and countless other applications. Digital Signal Processing is the science of using computers to understand these types of data. This includes a wide variety of goals: filtering, speech recognition, image enhancement, data compression, neural networks, and much more. DSP is one of the most powerful technologies that will shape science and engineering in the twenty-first century. Suppose we attach an analog-to-digital converter to a computer, and then use it to acquire a chunk of real world data. DSP answers the question: What next?"
Steve Smith
Added 05 Mar 2009
Updated 05 Mar 2009
Authors Steve Smith

Table of Content

Chapter 1 - The Breadth and Depth of DSP
Chapter 2 - Statistics, Probability and Noise
Chapter 3 - ADC and DAC
Chapter 4 - DSP Software
Chapter 5 - Linear Systems
Chapter 6 - Convolution
Chapter 7 - Properties of Convolution
Chapter 8 - The Discrete Fourier Transform
The Family of Fourier Transform
Chapter 9 - Applications of the DFT
Chapter 10 - Fourier Transform Properties
Chapter 11 - Fourier Transform Pairs
Chapter 12 - The Fast Fourier Transform
Chapter 13 - Continuous Signal Processing
Chapter 14 - Introduction to Digital Filters
Chapter 15 - Moving Average Filters
Chapter 16 - Windowed-Sinc Filters
Chapter 17 - Custom Filters
Chapter 18 - FFT Convolution
Chapter 19 - Recursive Filters
Chapter 20 - Chebyshev Filters
Chapter 21 - Filter Comparison
Chapter 22 - Audio Processing
Chapter 24 - Linear Image Processing
Chapter 25 - Special Imaging Techniques
Chapter 26 - Neural Networks (and more!)
Chapter 27 - Data Compression
Chapter 28 - Digital Signal Processors
Chapter 29 - Getting Started with DSPs
Chapter 30 - Complex Numbers
Chapter 31 - The Complex Fourier Transform
Chapter 32 - The Laplace Transform
Chapter 33 - The z-Transform
Chapter 34 - Explaining Benford's Law
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