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The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing
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  • Title: The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing
  • Author(s) Steven W. Smith
  • Publisher: California Technical Pub, 1st edition (1997); eBook (2nd edition, 1999)
  • Permission: Copyright and Permissible Use
  • Hardcover: 626 pages
  • eBook: PDF Files
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0966017676 (2nd edition); 0966017633 (1st edition)
  • ISBN-13: 978-0966017632
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Book Description

Written by a working scientist/engineer who has used DSP in his inventions and designs, Digital Signal Processing will help design engineers on the job trying to master a tough subject that is now regarded as an essential engineering skill and put it to use.

This immensely practical and thorough book has been written for engineers and scientists in a wide variety of fields, with the goal of explaining DSP techniques while avoiding the barriers of abstract theory and detailed mathematics, enabling readers to put the powerful tools of DSP to work in their research and designs.

All techniques are explained through analogies, not simply proven to be true through mathematical derivations. The math is included where it is needed, but it is not used as the primary means of conveying the information. The illustrations are profuse and help to support the text in creative ways. Numerous detailed applications examples from many fields bring the theory to life. The coverage is thorough, detailed, and enlightening.

The accompanying CD-ROM contains all the computer code from the 40+ programs used in the applications examples, along with DSP software tools and info from various DSP manufacturers.

About the Authors
  • Steven W. Smith specializes in developing novel imaging systems for medicine, security, and industrial applications.
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