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Digital Signal Processing - A Practical Guide: Part 1

7/10/2010 09:13 PM EDT
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re: Digital Signal Processing - A Practical Guide: Part 1
Sanjib.A   7/11/2010 6:37:46 AM
This is a great effort to present a gist of the book "Digital Signal Processing - A Practical Guide". The extract in seven parts will certainly help people in the same field to review the book quickly. Also this is going to help the learners to using this extract as a handy reference. Great work!

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