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impeding DSP lectures

Started by Philip Newman January 22, 2004
I will be starting my DSP lectures again for this term (I can't wait,
honestly!) and the lecturer has promised that he will be teaching us
statistics involved in DSP which sounds marvellous! No doubt he will go
about it in his usual drone and then screw us over during exam time.  So my
question is this:

Is there a suitable text that deals with such issues? either book or website
would be great.

Last exam tomorrow - Network Design, can't wait for it to be over!!!

Cheers

Phil


"Philip Newman" <nojunkmail@ntlworld.com> wrote in message
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> I will be starting my DSP lectures again for this term (I can't wait, > honestly!) and the lecturer has promised that he will be teaching us > statistics involved in DSP which sounds marvellous! No doubt he will go > about it in his usual drone and then screw us over during exam time. So
my
> question is this: > > Is there a suitable text that deals with such issues? either book or
website
> would be great. > > Last exam tomorrow - Network Design, can't wait for it to be over!!! >
Yes, I can imagine that having to consider statistics is "impeding" Phil! Two texts come to mind: "Probability, Random Variables and Stochstic Processes" Papoulis or Papoulis & Pillai "Probability and Random Processes for Electrical Engineering" Leon-Garcia Fred
"Fred Marshall" <fmarshallx@remove_the_x.acm.org> wrote in message
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> > "Philip Newman" <nojunkmail@ntlworld.com> wrote in message > news:soXPb.8819$JL4.70830@newsfep4-glfd.server.ntli.net... > > I will be starting my DSP lectures again for this term (I can't wait, > > honestly!) and the lecturer has promised that he will be teaching us > > statistics involved in DSP which sounds marvellous! No doubt he will go > > about it in his usual drone and then screw us over during exam time. So > my > > question is this: > > > > Is there a suitable text that deals with such issues? either book or > website > > would be great. > > > > Last exam tomorrow - Network Design, can't wait for it to be over!!! > > > > Yes, I can imagine that having to consider statistics is "impeding" Phil! > > Two texts come to mind: > > "Probability, Random Variables and Stochstic Processes" Papoulis or
Papoulis
> & Pillai > > "Probability and Random Processes for Electrical Engineering" Leon-Garcia > > Fred > >
Ooops! It's been a long day :-) Cheers, I will look them up. Phil