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This book is a requirement for a DSP class that I am taking. However, I feel that this book is not meant as a learning guide on DSP but more as a hands-on type lab manual. Any professors out there looking to use this book as a staple to the "classroom" side of a Digital Signal Processing should reconsider and think about using it for the "lab" portion of the class.
The instructions for going through each example, step-by-step is rather cumbersome because of the lack of structure (i.e. Step 1, Step 2, but rather in paragraph form). Additionally, each example builds on the last which makes it very cumbersome in adding all of the programs. For instance, in Chapter 2, Example 2.4 requires that you use the same support files as in Example 2.3. Example 2.3 refers you to use the same support files as in Example 2.2. Example 2.2 refers you to Example 2.1 and 1.1 which also refers you to other files. You will spend nearly a half hour trying to figure out which programs to you use. The layout and format of this book make it quite inefficient, but once you learn to decipher it, it is a decent "lab" style book.
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