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DSP: Beyond the theory, straight into practice

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Test_engineer   2/23/2011 2:43:37 PM
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I have Rick Lyons second edition book as well. At the heart of DSP, of course, is complex analysis. I recently purchased the book " A first course in Complex Analysis with Applications" by Dennis Zill. As Calculus books go, and Complex analysis is really an extension of Calculus, this book has helped me get a more in-depth understanding of many concepts in Lyon's book. Another excellent book that I recommend is Lee Fugal's "Conceptual Wavelets". Wavelet analysis is a recent development in DSP. You never stop learning is this business.

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Salio   9/20/2010 2:55:46 AM
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I used Proakis and Manolakis when I took my undergraduate DSP course. I have to admit at times this book good have been a little less theoretical. I had been looking for a good DSP reference book for a while but to no avail. After reading this article, I searched Amazon for reviews on Mr. Lyon's book, I was surprised to say that this book as 71/71 5 stars. Thank you for pointing me to this book.

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jcsteez24   7/31/2010 2:19:37 PM
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I agree that Understanding DSP by Lyons is an excellent reference for bridging the gap between DSP theory and practice. Lyons' casual writing style is easy to follow, and he has a keen knack for anticipating questions that the reader may have for each topic. DSP engineers with a good understanding of DSP theory (I prefer Proakis & Manolakis for reinforcing this) will benefit from Lyons' constant emphasis on practical DSP system implementation in hardware and software systems.

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