- Tapa dura: 689 páginas
- Editor: McGraw-Hill Inc.,US; Edición: 2nd Revised edition (1 de enero de 1993)
- Colección: MCGRAW HILL SERIES IN ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 007002121X
- ISBN-13: 978-0070021211
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Digital Filters: Analysis, Design and Applications (MCGRAW HILL SERIES IN ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING) (Inglés) Tapa dura – 1 ene 1993
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This final year/postgraduate text for courses in digital filters or digital signal processing deals with the construction of algorithms that filter data into useful information. It starts with the basics and goes on to cover advanced topics such as recursive and non-recursive filters (including optimization techniques), wave digital filters and DFTs. A new chapter on the application of digital signal processing offers up-to-date techniques and there are new problems and examples throughout. A solutions manual is available (0-07-002122-8). Other features new to this second edition include chapters on quasi-Newton and minimax optimization algorithms for the design of recursive filters and equalizers, and efficient and robust algorithms for the design of nonrecursive filters and differentiators. HLP computer language is now replaced with Pascal.
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The text is unique in containing an essential chapter (ch.#5) dedicated for analog filter design which cannot be found in most texts. In most of the text, design is performed for prescribed specifications which reflects the practicality of the design methods illustrated.
It is merely the only text book to illustrate, in great details, the design of digital filters using optimization approaches (chs. #14, 15). The flow of information is incredibly smooth and the book has full range of detailed design examples. The treatment of finite-word-length effects in digital filters in ch. #13 combines the traditional techniques as well as techniques related to the state-space system descriptions. This is in addition to the material in ch. #12 for the design of wave digital filters.
I have gone through all of the book and implemented over 90% of its design techniques. I strongly recommend this text as a text for final undergrad/grad E.E. students as well as DSP designers. I also wish that the author would consider writing another book in Analog Filter Design.