To do well dsp what areas of math I must know well, and also what dsp starter kit for learning you would recommend me? Dave

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11/27/2003 8:51:47 PM

Dave wrote: > To do well dsp what areas of math I must know well, and also what dsp > starter kit for learning you would recommend me? > > Dave > Try this page: www.dspguru.com And check out the beginner books section. Rick Lyons' book is an excellent place to start. R

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11/27/2003 10:39:16 PM

I recommend following Math area: Probability , statistics, random theory DSP kit: ADSP 2181, SHARC, TMS 320C54xx ArunKumar "Dave" <davecle@SoftHome.net> wrote in message news:3FC663E3.F5ABBC62@SoftHome.net... > To do well dsp what areas of math I must know well, and also what dsp > starter kit for learning you would recommend me? > > Dave >

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12/5/2003 12:57:10 PM

If you plan to focus on the implementation side: algebra, algebra and more algebra! ... including working with arrays of data ( Linear Algebra ). After that, throw in a some calculus as well, i.e. learn how to take derivatives and integrate. In my opinion, Robert www.gldsp.com "Arun Kumar" <smsabu2002@yahoo.com> wrote: >I recommend following >Math area: Probability , statistics, random theory >DSP kit: ADSP 2181, SHARC, TMS 320C54xx > >ArunKumar > >"Dave" <davecle@SoftHome.net> wrote in message >news:3FC663E3.F5ABBC62@SoftHome.net... >> To do well dsp what areas of math I must know well, and also what dsp >> starter kit for learning you would recommend me? >> >> Dave >> > ( modify address for return email ) www.numbersusa.com www.americanpatrol.com

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12/7/2003 4:34:41 PM