This work combines a text-based presentation of the core concepts of digital signal processing - including discrete signals and systems, sampling, discrete Fourier transforms, system function, frequency response, and filter design techniques - with a bound-in CD-ROM containing a complete implementation of the book running on the Mathcad< 7.0 computational engine. The book aims to strike an effective balance between mathematical foundations of DSP theory and practical DSP engineering applications. The CD-ROM provides a complete, electronic version of the book that is hyperlinked and cross-referenced to enable on-line readers to quickly navigate from one topic of interest to another. Integrated into this electronic book are interactive exercises and examples that run on the included, Windows 95 Mathcad 7.0 engine, which supports graphing, interactive mathematics, and dynamic visualization of processes in an easy-to-use graphical user interface. The result is a completely self-contained book and software environment for exploring DSP concepts, the underlying mathematics and applied problems.
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