"Digital Signal Processing: A Computer-Based Approach" is intended for a two-semester course on digital signal processing for seniors or first-year graduate students. Based on user feedback, a number of new topics have been added to the second edition, while some excess topics from the first edition have been removed. The author has taken great care to organize the chapters more logically by reordering the sections within chapters. More worked-out examples have also been included. The book contains more than 500 problems and 150 MATLAB exercises.
New topics in the second edition include: finite-dimensional discrete-time systems, correlation of signals, inverse systems, system identification, matched filter, design of analog and IIR digital highpass, bandpass and bandstop filters, more on FIR filters, spectral analysis of random signals and sparse antenna array design.
A corrected version of the main text is now packaged with Digital Signal Processing Laboratory Using MATLAB, which is intended for a computer-based DSP laboratory course that supplements a lecture course on Digital Signal Processing.
The lab book includes 11 laboratory exercises, with each exercise containing a number of projects to be carried out on a computer. The book assumes that the reader has no background in MATLAB and teaches the reader, through tested programs in the first half of the book, the basics of this powerful language in solving important problems in signal processing. In the second half of the book, the student is asked to write the necessary MATLAB programs to carry out the projects.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math
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Publication Date: 2001-07-16
Sales Rank: 341437
ISBN / ASIN: 0072513780