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Digital Processing of Signals

Digital Processing of Signals

    Authors: Bernard Gold and Charles Rader

    Publisher: McGraw Hill, 1969

    Condition: Good; some wear internally to back binding, please refer to photos 

    "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 fo digital filtering and discrete spectrum analysis. Much of the material was used in a graduate course taught in the electrical engineering department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1965 and also as a summer course in 1967 at MIT. " 

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