Digital Processing of Signals.
McGraw-Hill Book Co NY 1969; 269 pages, index, diagrams, photographs.
Condition: Good overall, gray hardcover with titles on spine in dark red; some shelfwear, spine scuffing at ends, small amount of intermittent underlining in a few chapters. The binding is sound and secure.
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Item Description'The purpose of this book is to present the theory, with some applications, of digital-signal-processing operations, with emphasis on the frequency-domain description of digital filtering and discere spectrum analysis...' (from the Preface)
Contents include, A discussion of Signal Processing, basic computational algorithms for digital filters, spectrum analysis etc; Discrete Linear Systems;
Frequency-domain Design of Digital Filters; Quantization Effects in Digital Filters; Block-diagram Representation of computer Programs - the PATSI compiler; object system etc;
Discrete Fourier Transforms; High-speed convolution and correlation with Applications to Digital Filtering; Generalized Linear Filtering, more.