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41. Digital Signal Processing Using MATLAB and Wavelets (with CD-ROM)(Electrical Engineering) (Computer Science) by Michael Weeks | |
Hardcover: 452
Pages
(2006-09-15)
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ok primer
Great intro to DSP
Extremely basic : Good only for beginners
rating without the book
about 'digital signal processing with matlab' |
42. A Wavelet Tour of Signal Processing, Third Edition: The Sparse Way by Stephane Mallat | |
Hardcover: 832
Pages
(2008-12-25)
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A Wavelet Tour
Not for introduction to subject
I'd definitely like to see more numerical methods.
Totally unorganized, and imossible to comprehend
Modern Tome |
43. Adaptive Signal Processing by Bernard Widrow, Peter N. Stearns | |
Paperback: 528
Pages
(1985-03-25)
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Good but...
Best book for learning adaptive signal processing
Classic I have not found a comperable book on Kalman filtering. To bad Widrow and Stearns have not written one on this subject.
Get This Book if you want to get This Subject. Before I read this book, adaptive filtering was a mystery and the LMS algorithm looked like a programming nightmare.It looked like more Kalman filtering.My eyes have been opened.The LMS algorithm for adaptive filtering is almost as simple as Tit for Tat is for game theory.This is the gateway text to understand adaptive filtering, adaptive arrays (help the navy find the rogue submarine), adaptive equalization (design the next generation of modem), adaptive control(say goodbye to overshoot), adaptive prediction (beat the stock market).Furthermore, it leads naturally into the artificial intelligence techniques. If you are an engineer or a programmer, you should have this tool in your toolbox.
The best introductory book I've seen on this subject |
44. Digital Signal Processing: A Computer Science Perspective by Jonathan (Y) Stein | |
Hardcover: 856
Pages
(2000-10-09)
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Both pragmatic and very readable.
Where's computer Science perspective
Great explanation of DSP for the computer scientist
NEWINSIGHT
An outstanding accomplishment in DSP Computer scientists will appreciate the six chapters (12-17) devoted to Architectures and Algorithms.This emphasis is what sets this book apart from the many other DSP books out on the market.I especially enjoyed Chapter 17, Digital Signal Processors. After reading Sections 1-3, I finally understood the significance of the MAC (Multiply-and-Accumulate) operation, and exactly how a DSP processor allows it to be executed in one clock cycle.Section 7 guides the new DSP programmer with Stein's well-conceived CHILD's play system of DSP task development.And on the humorous side, in Section 8 describing DSP Development Teams, we are told, "Your boss has given you five days to come up to speed (in understanding the new system).In your cubicle you find a stack of heavy documents.The first thing you have to learn is what a TLA is."You will find yourself breaking out with stifled bursts of nervous laughter as this all-too-true scenario unfolds. Definitely give this book a try and you'll come to understand and appreciate DSP in a new light from Stein's unique perspective.It will make a welcome and refreshing addition to your DSP library. ... Read more |
45. Digital Filters and Signal Processing... with MATLAB Exercises by Leland B. Jackson | |
Paperback: 520
Pages
(2010-11-02)
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46. Digital Signal Processing Using Matlab V.4: A Bookware Companion Problems Book (Pws Bookware Companion Series) by Vinay K. Ingle, John G. Proakis | |
Paperback: 420
Pages
(1996-07)
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Beginners' Tutorial for MATLAB / GNU Octave (any version)
Best of the Best It is really fortunate that DSP has such a good stream of books formthe likes of Richard Lyons to the venerable Oppenheim to the practicalProakis. This is the one book that has really earned its price.
fft transform and filterinf adaptive with dsp
Excellent to really understand DSP principles |
47. Handbook of Signal Processing in Acoustics(2 vol set) | |
Hardcover: 1950
Pages
(2009-01-22)
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Editorial Review Product Description The Handbook of Signal Processing in Acoustics will compile the techniques and applications of signal processing as they are used in the many varied areas of Acoustics. The Handbook will emphasize the interdisciplinary nature of signal processing in acoustics. Each Section of the Handbook will present topics on signal processing which are important in a specific area of acoustics. These will be of interest to specialists in these areas because they will be presented from their technical perspective, rather than a generic engineering approach to signal processing. Non-specialists, or specialists from different areas, will find the self-contained chapters accessible and will be interested in the similarities and differences between the approaches and techniques used in different areas of acoustics. The Handbook will have many illustrations, tables, and key equations. Signal processing techniques which find major application in different areas of acoustics will be presented from differing perspectives. There will be an extensive index for cross-referencing of material in the book. |
48. Signal and Image Processing With Neural Networks: A C++ Sourcebook/Book and 3 1/2 Disk by Timothy Masters | |
Paperback: 417
Pages
(1994-07)
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Best C++ Source Code available for MLFN. The C++ source code is easy to compile, understand and use.Includes simulated annealing, conjugate gradient algorithms and hybrid learning methods. ... Read more |
49. Digital Filters and Signal Processing in Electronic Engineering: Theory, Applications, Architecture, Code (Horwood Series in Electronic Engineering) by S.M. Bozic, R.J. Chance | |
Hardcover: 256
Pages
(1998-10-28)
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Editorial Review Product Description From industrial and teaching experience the authors provide a blend of theory and practice of digital signal processing (DSP) for advanced undergraduate and post-graduate engineers reading electronics. This fast-moving, developing area is driven by the information technology revolution. It is a source book in research and development for embedded system design engineers, designers in real-time computing, and applied mathematicians who apph DSP techniques in telecommunications, aerospace (control systems), satellite communications, instrumentation, and medical technology (ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging). The book is particularly useful at the hardware end of DSP, with its emphasis on practical I)SP devices and the integration of basic processes with appropriate software. It is unique to find in one volume the implementation of the equations as algorithms, not only in \IATLAB but right up to a working DSP-based scheme. Other relevant architectural features include number representations, multiply-accumulate, special addressing modes, zero overhead iteration schemes. and single and multiple nlicroprocessors which will allow the readers to compare and understand both current processors and future DSP developments. Fundamental signal processing procedures are introduced and developed: also convolution. correlation, the Discrete Fourier Transform and its fast computation algorithms. Then follo finite impulse response (FIR) filters, infinite impulse response (IlR) filters, multirate filters, adaptive filters, and topics from communication and control. I) Design examples are given in all of these cases, taken through an algorithm testing stage using MATLAB. The design of the latter. using C language models, is explained together with the experimental results of real time integer implementations. Academic prerequisites are first and second year university mathematics, an introductor knowledge of circuit theor ‘and microprocessors. and C Language. |
50. Fundamentals of Radar Signal Processing by Mark A. Richards | |
Hardcover: 513
Pages
(2005-06-24)
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Good book for the beginners.
Comprehensive Treatment from Introductory to Advanced Levels of Radar Signal Processing
Excellent excellent book
Superior treatment |
51. Coding and Signal Processing for Magnetic Recording Systems | |
Hardcover: 700
Pages
(2004-07-26)
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52. Digital Signal Processing with Examples in MATLAB (Electrical Engineering & Applied Signal Processing Series) by Samuel D. Stearns, Donald R. Hush | |
Hardcover: 360
Pages
(2002-08-28)
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Phd in DSP
Digital Signal Processing with Examples in MATLAB -short review
Misleading
Great Practical DSP Book loaded with Matlab examples Readers of this book should download the entire code examples used in this book off the website assigned to this book. ... Read more |
53. Array Signal Processing (Prentice-Hall Signal Processing Series) | |
Hardcover: 433
Pages
(1984-06)
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54. Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing Using MATLAB (with CD-ROM) by Robert J. Schilling, Sandra L Harris | |
Hardcover: 624
Pages
(2004-10-04)
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55. Discrete-time Signal Processing: An Algebraic Approach (Advanced Textbooks in Control and Signal Processing) by Darrell Williamson | |
Paperback: 421
Pages
(1999-10-29)
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56. Digital Signal Processing | |
Paperback: 518
Pages
(1973-12-31)
Isbn: 0471702919 Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan | |
57. Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging: A Signal Processing Perspective by Zhi-Pei Liang, Paul C. Lauterbur | |
Hardcover: 416
Pages
(1999-10-18)
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Complete with a comprehensive set of examples and homework problems, PRINCIPLES OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING is the must-read book to improve your knowledge of this revolutionary technique. Professors: To request an examination copy simply e-mail collegeadoption@ieee.org." Sponsored by: Customer Reviews (7)
Great Detail, But Lacking in Motivation
A very well-written book on MRI
Book Corrections - part I
Great Textbook
A definitive text for the signal processing of MRI |
58. Digital Signal Processing: An Overview of Basic Principles by Jack Cartinhour | |
Hardcover: 416
Pages
(1999-06-11)
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59. First Principles of Discrete Systems and Digital Signal Processing (Addison-Wesley Series in Electrical Engineering) by Robert D. Strum, Donald E. Kirk | |
Hardcover: 848
Pages
(1988-01-01)
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FANTASTIC DSP BOOK
OK, but lacks depth Despite its title, this is a more of a "First Course" in discrete signals and systems. It does not, in fact, derive much at all from first principles. The Nyquist sampling theorem, for example, not proven but taken as a premise. If you want a quick view (or review) of digital signals and filter design without having to plod through proofs knee-deep, this might work for you - it works for me. It is not a title for the most serious student, though.
excellent introduction to DSP If you are the unfortunate victim of a course being taught with Oppenheim and Schafer's muddled text do yourself a favor and get this book as a supplement. It is complete with solved problems, questions with answers (to selected problems), it provides a necessary degree of mathematical rigor without becoming tedious and presents general numerical algorithms for solving major signal processing problems. I took a DSP course from the principal author while he was compiling the notes for this text (and eagerly awaited the publication of his book) and I must say the result isexcellent (so was his course) and very highly recommended. One unfortunate attribute is the poor quality of this book's construction and the reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5. I purchased the book 10 years ago and the pages have yellowed very badly and the binding broke almost immediately. Although Addison-Wesley generally produces a superior quality book thisone's binding is more like a typical Prentice Hall cheapo. ... Read more |
60. Practical Signal Processing by Mark Owen | |
Hardcover: 346
Pages
(2007-05-21)
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