**Introduction to Signal Processing**

by Sophocles J. Orfanidis

**Publisher**: Prentice Hall 2009**ISBN/ASIN**: 0132091720**ISBN-13**: 9780132091725**Number of pages**: 398

**Description**:

Provides an applications-oriented introduction to digital signal processing. Orfandis covers all the basic DSP concepts and methods, such as sampling, discrete-time systems, DFT/FFT algorithms, and filter design. The book emphasizes the algorithmic, computational, and programming aspects of DSP, and includes a large number of worked examples, applications, and computer examples.

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