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Pulse amplitude modulation

I am reading from the internet and my professor's course on PAM. This course is not well-organized, and I would like to ask for book recommendations. I know that this modulation is divided into two ...
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Looking for books

As a math student interested in signal processing, particularly with wavelets, I am seeking recommendations for introductory books on the topic. My current knowledge is limited to Fourier transforms ...
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Possible errata Proakis Digital Signal Processing Third Edition Figure 2.35c

I'm reading through the 3rd edition of John G. Proakis Digital Signal Processing and I came across a possible errata in Figure 2.35c on page 116. I couldn't find any errata sheet on the publisher's or ...
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Oppenheim Signals, Systems & Inference

I intend to buy the book by Oppenheim et al, "Signals & Systems" 2nd edition. Now I also find (also by Oppenheim et al) "Signals, Systems & Inference". Does anyone know, is ...
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Compact books for reviewing signal processing

I am about to start a new engineering job in the fields of signal processing and machine learning. I have a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering, but for the last two years I have been doing a ...
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The Laplace transform - Steven W. Smith Book - impulse response cancellation method

While studying the Laplace transform using Steven W. Smith Book I found something uncomprehending. In the 32th chapter - The Laplace Transform, page 590, last paragraph describes the cancelling ...
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Sinewave generation with an IIR filter (suggested books)

In this tutorial http://www.ee.ic.ac.uk/pcheung/teaching/ee3_Study_Project/Sinewave%20Generation(708).pdf an algorithm to generate a sinewave through an IIR filter is described. On page 2 it is stated:...
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References of deep learning and ai for dsp researchers [closed]

Are there excellent references for machine learning, deep learning and ai for DSP researchers?
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Clarification for "Digital Signal Processing" by Steven W. Smith related to complex representation of sinusoids

I have a question related to complex number representation of sinusoids from a book by Steven W. Smith "Digital Signal Processing". The book is made freely available by the author on ...
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Book suggestion for upsampling and downsampling

I want to ask for a good textbook or online material which explains in detail: -the time and frequency domain mathematics behind upsampling and downsampling. -easy to follow Note: Oppenheim's ...
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what are resources you recommend to learn GPS signal processing?

I want to learn about GPS and other GNSS signal processing algorithms. I have solid background in signal processing and some experience in OFDM. Could you please recommend some books or online ...
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Digital filter as physical device

I'd like to find some book or books to get information about how digital filter is built depending on specifications. Like depending on price, or speed and etc. As I know it could be built by some D ...
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Books for learning signals and systems? [duplicate]

Please recommend books for learning/studying signals and systems I know about oppenhiem,please write about other books that are easy to understand
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Signal Processing book with minimum math?

Please kindly recommend a signal processing book that explains basic concepts of signal processing in simple words(easy manner) and with minimum mathematics?
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Book request for Z-Transform

I am at the moment self studying Z-Transform. I need some references on this subject with some applications ( electrical circuits or else). What are good references on this subject. Thanks in advance.
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Digital Image Processing Textbook with Specific Topics

I am looking for a Digital Image Processing and analysis textbook, but there are specific topics that I would like the book to cover. Among other topics, I would like it to include a discussion of: (...
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Resources on Solving Convex Optimization Problems in the Compressed Sensing Field

When I read papers of compressed sensing, sparse representation and whatever requiring optimization of a cost function, I just find the final results as an iterative equation or so which will converge ...
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Career in signal processing

I am doing my MSc in electrical engineering, and there are not many courses in my university on signal processing. I want to develop my skills in signal processing such that I have a hold in one ...
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Best "Advanced DSP" book

Let's suppose I have finished studying the first college level DSP textbook and I'm looking for a book, that is the next step beyond: "Digital Signal Processing: Alan V. Oppenheim" What's the best ...
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books on audio processing open source projects and software

Because I would like to understand how open source projects work and give my contribution improve my programming skills and understand better and implement algorithms in a real project I'm looking ...
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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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Signals and systems book with linear algebra approach

I am currently taking a course on discrete-time signals and systems. I am using B. P. Lathi's Signal Processing and Linear Systems, which I don't like at all, as it doesn't draw any paralells to ...
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Why are numerator coefficients named $b$ and denominator coefficients named $a$?

This is not a technical question, it is rather a question about the implicit notation used in MATLAB and some digital signal processing books to refer to the numerator and denominator coefficients of ...
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Best beginner DSP book for developing plugins

I'm a computer science student and I love producing music and I really want to get into developing audio plugins. I'm currently learning the JUCE framework and am fairly comfortable with C++. I'm also ...
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Study resource for Digital communication

I am in my 5th semester of computer science and we have a digital communication course. All the textbooks of digital comm. available in my library demand a prerequisite of Circuit analysis and Signals ...
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What Makes a Signal Processing Book Good or Less Good? [closed]

I've recently been disappointed by a few books that have "using MATLAB" in their title, which makes me wonder why. I like MATLAB so it isn't MATLAB. There are other books that I will keep at ...
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Clarifying some notation in Bishop book

In Bishop book, page 4, section 1.1, there's a notation I don't seem to understand what's meant by it. The whole paragraph, with which the section begins, is: We begin by introducing a simple ...
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