First Principles of Discrete Systems and Digital Signal Processing

ISBN-10: 0201095181
ISBN-13: 9780201095180
Edition: 1988
List price: $99.00
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Description: This textbook presents both discrete systems and digital signal processing in a conversational style that relies on a minimum of mathematics. The authors use carefully crafted pedagogy and detailed examples to improve students' problem solving  More...

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Book details

List price: $99.00
Copyright year: 1988
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 848
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.838
Language: English

This textbook presents both discrete systems and digital signal processing in a conversational style that relies on a minimum of mathematics. The authors use carefully crafted pedagogy and detailed examples to improve students' problem solving skills, to help them see interrelationships and connections, and to integrate new material with what they have seen in previous chapters. The book also provides a number of computer-based methods for solving problems.

Introduction
Preview
Processing of Speech Signals
Processing of Seismic Signals
Radar Signal Processing
Image Processing
Kalman Filtering and Estimators
Review
References and Other Sources of Information
Signals and Systems
Preview
Types of Signals
Sequences Some Basic Sequences
Shifted and Special Sequences
Exponential and Sinusoidal Sequences
General Periodic Sequences
Sampling Continuous-Time Sinusoids and the Sampling Theorem
Systems and Their Properties
Linearity
Time-Invariance
Linear-Time Invariant (LTI) Systems
Stability
Causality
Approximation of Continuous-Time Processes by Discrete Models
Discrete Approximation of Integration
Discrete Approximation of Differentiation
Review
Vocabulary and Important Relations
Problems
References and Other Sources of Information
Linear Time-Invariant Systems
Preview
Linear Constant-Coefficient Difference Equations
The Geometric Series--An Important Relationship
Difference Equations for Nth-Order Systems
Computer Solution of Difference Equations
System Diagrams or Realizations
Unit Sample Response
Convolution
A General Way to Find System Response
Computer Evaluation of Convolution
Analytical Evaluation of Convolution
An Application: Stability and the Unit Sample Response
Interconnected Systems
Cascade Connection
Parallel Connection
Initial Condition Response and Stability of LTI Systems
Forced and Total Response of LTI Systems
Review
Vocabulary and Important Relations Problems
References and Other Sources of Information
Frequency Response and Filters
Preview
Sinusoidal Steady-State Response of LTI Systems
Frequency Response
Sinusoidal Steady--State Response--General Statement
The Nature of H(Ejq)
Computer Evaluation of Frequency Response
Frequency Response from the System Difference Equations
Filters
A Typical Filtering Problem
Comparison of Two Filters
Ideal Filters
Interconnected Systems
Review
Vocabulary and Important Relations Problems
References and Other Sources of Information
Frequency Response--A Graphical Method
Preview
Graphical Concepts
Geometric Algorithms for Sketching the Frequency Response
Graphical Design of Filters
Stability
Effects of Poles and Zeros on the Frequency Response
Correspondence Between Analog and Digital Frequencies
Some Design Problems
Review
Vocabulary and Important Relations Problems
References and Other Sources of Information
Z-Transforms
Preview
Definitions
Right-Sided Sequences--Some Transform Pairs
Sample (Impulse) Sequence
Step Sequence
Real Exponential Sequence
Complex Exponential Sequence
General Oscillatory Sequence
Cosine Sequence
Properties and Relations
Linearity
Shifting Property
Multiplication by n and Derivatives In z
Convolution
Transfer Functions
Stability
Frequency Response Revisited
The Evaluation of Inverse Transforms
Inverse Transforms from the Definition
Inverse Transforms from Long Division
Inverse Transforms from Partial Fraction Expansions and Table Look-Up
Partial Fraction Expansion--General Statement
Checking Partial Frac

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