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A DSP simple book/reference? [duplicate]

I have some basic maths skill up to derivatives. I ask you if you know any simple/concise book that can introduce me to DSP world. Thank you.
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Recommended signal processing books? [duplicate]

I am learning about signals in school but I found it very hard. Can someone help me by giving some references about any books? We are studying Fourier transform, signal power, filters, digital and ...
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Beginner's Books [duplicate]

I come from a background of computer science and I got interested in image processing but it requires a lot of signal processing, so could someone provide me a good beginner's book, that maybe first ...
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How to Improve Signal Processing Skills? [duplicate]

I've heard that signal processing is fundamental field that can be applied to many other fields (MRI, EEG, audio, speech recognition, communication even to economics) So, I want to contribute myself ...
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DSP book suggestions [duplicate]

I am very interested to know your thoughts on best DSP books available today. I know that the Discrete-Time Signal Processing of Alan Oppenheim is one of the bests ...
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Where to start with signal processing ? Dump1090 case [duplicate]

Without knowing anything about signal processing, I've started reading antirez's dump1090 code but they are so much things I struggle to understand, e.g: Why the sample rate set to 2MHz if the ...
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Filtering of streaming audio

Given something like 103 data points ($N=103$), a DFT will give back 103 frequency values. Then to do something like filtering the high frequencies involves setting the high frequency values from the ...
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Resources for an introduction to computer vision

Does anyone have any suggestions on good resources or sites for learning about computer vision?
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Jumping from DSP concepts to practice…recommend books?

I have fairly good understanding of DSP theory and algorithm design (and also MATLAB and C). What are the best books or what other advice could be given for learning how to actually implement DSP ...
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Crash course on turning engineering formulae into computer code?

I'm trying to teach myself about the basics of feature extraction from digital signals. Specifically, I want to try monophonic then polyphonic pitch recognition. I don't have any university level math ...
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Getting introduced to signal processing for remote sensing

I work mainly in GIS (geographical information systems) but I would like to deepen my knowledge of remote sensing (analyzing imagery acquired remotely from airborne or satellite sensors). I was ...
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Recommended resources for noise reduction

I know the question What Resources Are Recommended for an Introduction to Signal Processing (DSP)? and I have already read some general DSP books, such as Rick Lyons's "Understanding DSP," and also ...
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Instantaneous velocity and displacement from acceleration signal using a proper filtering method

first I need to mention I'm new to signal processing. here is the situation: I have an acceleration time-series derived from an accelerometer I wanted to imply a filtering method like high pass ...
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Digital Signal Processing DSP Overview study documents

Well, I couldn't find better expression to say what I want :( I'm looking for a DSP study source, that doesn't dive too deep, and covers "all" or most of DSP topics, I just want to have an overview ...
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Books about signal processing with a biology or health basis

I've already seen this and this questions about books and references, but all of them are directed for someone who has a background in engineering or a related field. Are there any good introduction ...