I agree - well worth getting the paper version, if only to save getting a
bad neck peering at a computer screen for hours.
From: Alberto di Bene [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: 2004 May 07 09:16
To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: LF: DSP Book free !!
I have the paper edition of that book, courtesy of Analog Devices, and
recommend it. Very well written indeed, with an eye to the doubts that
to DSP techniques have. The math is right, not too much nor too few,
pleases me most is the narrative tone. It is not a reference book, it is
a learning book,
full of those examples that you don't find in more academic texts, but
augment your insights in the matter.
73 Alberto I2PHD
Alan Melia wrote:
Hi all, those of you with access to professional mags will no doubt have
seen this, but I could not resist as it is at my favourite price ...FREE!!
The book is "Digital Signal Processing for Scientists and Engineers". I am
not recommending it or reviewing it....just have a look at the web site and
make your own mind up.. The PDF of the whole book is just under 10Mbyte,
chapers can be downloaded separately, there are about 28 of them. Swot it
all up and then ask Alberto some difficult questions !!
Click the "browse and download" link, and take your choice there is no
registration or log-in required. It may be rubbish but I doubt it, as it is
offered by EDN magazine.
Maybe I'm just getting too much of an old meany !!
Cheers de Alan G3NYK
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