Digital signal processing; a practitioner's approach.
Digital signal processing See DSP.
Digital Signal Processing - (DSP) Computer manipulation of analog signals (commonly sound or image) which have been converted to digital form (sampled). ; a practitioner's approach.
Rangarao, Kaluri Venkata and Ranjan K. Mallik.
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From both beginning and experienced electrical engineers, Rangarao (International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad The International institute of Information Technology Hyderabad (also IIIT-Hyderabad, IIIT-H) is an autonomous, self-supporting institution started in 1998 with seed support from the Government of Andhra Pradesh. IIIT is a research university, at its core. ) and Mallik (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi) walk readers from grasping the ideas of digital signal processing to implementing them in specific applications. Their case studies are moving from a difference equation to a program, estimating the direction of arrival, and electronic rotating elements. MATLAB (MATrix LABoratory) A programming language for technical computing from The MathWorks, Natick, MA (www.mathworks.com). Used for a wide variety of scientific and engineering calculations, especially for automatic control and signal processing, MATLAB runs on Windows, Mac and and C programs are appended.
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