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Free Online Book: The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing

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This is an awesome book. I used it extensively when I was developing a voice-scrambler algorithm for my previous job. It's entry-level, so you'll need to dig deeper in other books for details, but it's a great stepping-stone for DSP development.

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I am definitely going to read through this. I need to learn about Fourier Transforms before I go into a Machine Vision course. Unfortunately, the only course on my campus that covers Fourier Transforms is an Electrical Engineering course, which requires nearly a half-completed EE degree to get into.

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1 point · 8 years ago

I look forward to checking this out.

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This book is almost worthless. It isn't a guide to DSP, but rather a laundry list of things you can do with DSP.

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6 points · 8 years ago

I beg to differ. It's a pretty good book, especially for its price

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