Introductory Signal Processing

Introductory Signal Processing

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Introduces both time-continuous and time-discrete signal processing to the undergraduate student of engineering and science. Perquisites are a first course on differential equations and a sequence of general physics courses including electricity and magnetism; a suggested corequisite is an introductory course on electric circuits and devices. Aside from these requirements and with the exception of a chapter on microprocessors for signal processing, the text is self- contained. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORThe practicing engineer, who is already familiar with the continuous time transform analysis, will find this book to be a useful introduction to digital signal processing. The large number of homework problems with answers in Appendix F andanbsp;...

Title:Introductory Signal Processing
Author:Roland Priemer
Publisher:World Scientific - 1991


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