Understanding Digital Signal Processing

The title says it all. Using a clear, friendly writing style combined with numerous clear illustrations and worked-through examples, this already-classic book helps you really understand the difficult subject of DSP. It emphasizes an intuitive understanding of the subject, with a minimum of math. It also features a lot of good practical material you simply won't find in other DSP books. This book is consistently among the best-selling DSP books.

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Author: Richard G. Lyons
Publisher: Prentice Hall (2010)
Binding: Hardcover, 984 pages
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