Digital Signal Processing and Analysis
by Jeff Fessler
Publisher: University of Michigan 2004
Number of pages: 243
Course objectives: 1. to teach students the concepts of discrete-time signals, including mathematical representations, properties, frequency content, and aliasing; 2. to teach students the concepts of linear time-invariant discrete-time systems, including representations, properties, convolution relationship, and analysis techniques based on Fourier and Z transforms; 3. to introduce the concepts of filter design.
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