Digital Signal Processing

With the explosion of digital communications and digital media, the need for methods to process digital data is more important than ever. This book will begin with a look at the mathematical concepts behind digital processing, then will build on that with particular algorithms to do the work, and finally will present the actual implementations of these techniques in today's hardware and software systems. Many real-world algorithms are based on the techniques described in this book. JPEG images, MP3 songs, MPEG-2 videos, and ZIP files are all processed using digital processing techniques, and all of them will be discussed, at least conceptually. This book will not teach programming, and will probably not even provide much in the way of actual code, so we don't need to worry much about computer language dependence, except where otherwise noted. For some solid background information on the various mathematical theories in this book, consider reading Signals and Systems.

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Table of Contents edit

Digital Signals edit

Transforms edit

Digital Filters edit

Analog Filter Modeling edit

Digital Processing edit

Filter Implementation edit

  • Filter Verification
  • Implementability

Modulation edit

Noise and Errors edit

  • Finite wordlength effects
  • Clipping
  • Quantization Effects
  • Roundoff errors
  • Limit Cycles
  • Discrete Stochastic Process

channel of noises

Multirate Systems edit

  • Upsampling and Downsampling
  • Multirate Filters
  • Decimation and Interpolation
  • Polyphase decomposition

Advanced Filters edit

  • Dynamic Range Scaling
  • Filter Sensitivity

Spectral Analysis edit

  • Classical
  • nonparametric
  • Parametric
  • Linear Prediction

Adaptive filters edit

Applications edit

Appendices edit

Resources and Licensing edit