I'm beginner in DSP and in the literature some Authors suggest Analog (Continuous) Signal Processing a prerequisite for learn DSP. But it demands calculus background, that I do not have. Is calculus and ASP background a must for learn DSP?
closed as primarily opinion-based by jojek♦ Jun 25 '16 at 9:03
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With Google's search engine and Google books, I investigated that someone, without calculus background, can learn DSP. I expected learn from you that for avoid laborious searching. I'm very sorry for did not learn that from you. Regards.