New Papers / Theses Section
The new 'Papers & Theses' section is now online: http://www.dsprelated.com/documents.php
The idea is to list and organize in one place as many DSP related dissertations (PhD & Masters) and papers/articles as possible.
If you are the author of a thesis or paper and would like to have it listed on DSPRelated.com, please follow these steps:
- Make sure that you are allowed to share the document online (copyright).
- If you don't already have one, make a 'pdf' copy of your document. If you don't have the software to do this, Adobe will allow you to try their online service for free (up to 5 conversions): http://createpdf.adobe.com/
If for some reasons, you do not succeed at creating a pdf version of your document, please feel free to contact me and I'll try to help you.
- Is your document already hosted somewhere on the Internet? If the answer is yes, you can go straight ahead and fill the form at http://www.dsprelated.com/submitdocument.php
- Otherwise, we can host the document for you. Follow the instructions at http://www.dsprelated.com/upload_document.php
Giving more visibility to your thesis/paper by having it listed on DSPRelated.com is a very good way to show your level of expertise to the world and to attract new opportunities. Please note that your document doesn't have to be written in english to be listed on DSPRelated.com.
The Documents section is in 'beta', so please report any bug/problem you may find.
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