Re: Best DSP books published
- From: glen herrmannsfeldt <gah@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2012 17:35:29 +0000 (UTC)
Jerry Avins <jya@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 1/25/2012 7:12 AM, Mac Decman wrote:
This brings up a question I have which might help a lot
of beginners a lot.
Now it's my turn to seem condescending. That happens when we bluntly
state what becomes immediately obvious upon having been stated.
Here goes: Asking for the best book without specifying its purpose is
like asking for the best vehicle without specifying its purpose. I say
Lambretta, you say Trailmobile. He says M1 Abrams, she says SkiDoo. Can
you narrow down the purpose?
I suppose, but when beginners are mentioned, it might not be quite
so specific purpose.
I have a few intermediate level DSP books, not that I would
recommend most of them.
It might be nice to have a book that someone with two years of
college calculus could pick up, with otherwise little experience
in DSP work, though maybe a little analog filter work. (Some
physics, and most introductory EE courses should get through RC
and RLC filters.)
It seems to me that the question gets much harder for the higher
level books, where the exact use could be pretty important.
As with analog, things get somewhat different from audio
frequencies, to RF and into the GHz range. Different problems
need different types of filters, too.
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