Digital Signal Processing Author:Alan V. Oppenheim, Ronald W. Schafer International edition of Oppenheim's Digital Signal Processing (16th printing, 2001; majority of text is identical to the US edition). — Description: "Here is a detailed introduction to the fundamentals of processing signals by digital techniques and their applications to practical problems. — "Coverage includes discrete-time signals and systems, ... more »z-transform, discrete Fourier transforms, flow graph and matrix representations of digital filters, digital filter design, the fast Fourier transform, discrete Hilbert transforms, discrete random signals, effects of finite register length, homomorphic signal processing, and power spectrum estimation.
"-Introduces concepts of two-dimensional signal processing
"-Presents material based on the author's original research
"-Includes thorough treatment of Tellegen's theorem, other digital network theorems, fast Fourier transform algorithms, and homomorphic processing.
"-Provides more than 200 carefully prepared illustrative problems--all closely integrated with the text."