Easy DSP problems to do with GNU Octave

Started by aojkim August 5, 2010
I am about to be a sophomore in college, and I would like to learn about
DSP through Octave.
I know very little java and C++.
I didn't finish math in college yet, so I would like to do some VERY BASIC
and EASY DSP problems in Octave.
I would appreciate any kind of suggestions.
Thank you.


aojkim wrote:
> I am about to be a sophomore in college, and I would like to learn about > DSP through Octave. > I know very little java and C++. > I didn't finish math in college yet, so I would like to do some VERY BASIC > and EASY DSP problems in Octave. > I would appreciate any kind of suggestions. > Thank you. >
Preliminary questions - all questions are " _leading_ questions" 1. Why did this thread get no replies while your other thread did? 2. What vital information was in this post that was missing from your second post? 3. Have you read http://users.erols.com/jyavins/procfaq.htm *AND* included links esp http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html ??? TODAY's assignment: 1. Why did my questions go this far AND _NO_ further?
On Aug 5, 8:09&#2013266080;am, "aojkim" <aojkim@n_o_s_p_a_m.hotmail.com> wrote:
> I am about to be a sophomore in college, and I would like to learn about > DSP through Octave. > I know very little java and C++. > I didn't finish math in college yet, so I would like to do some VERY BASIC > and EASY DSP problems in Octave. > I would appreciate any kind of suggestions. > Thank you.
I think a useful route is: 1. Get a DSP book, understand a simple topic such as FIR filters 2. Build a sim in Octave that matches what you learned in (1) 3. Convert that sim to C (no libraries) so you know how to make it work in the real world 4. Go back to 1 with a new topic John