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ECE 454 and ECE 554 Supplemental reading

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Course by: Thad Welch. E-mail the author

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Summary: This collection contains supplememtal reading material for students using Dr. Sanjit K Mitra's 4th edition of "Digital Signal Processing, a computer based approach". The collection is based on the courses ECE454 and ECE554 taught at Boise State University.

Instructor: Dr. Thad Welch

Institution: Boise State University

Course Number: ECE454; ECE554

This collection contains: Modules by: Anders Gjendemsjø, Benjamin Fite, Brian Wade, C. Sidney Burrus, Catherine Elder, Daniel Sachs, Dima Moussa, Don Johnson, Douglas L. Jones, Ivan Selesnick, Jake Janovetz, Justin Romberg, Mark A. Davenport, Mark Haun, Matthew Berry, Melissa Selik, Michael Haag, Michael Kramer, Minh N. Do, Mohammad Rahman, Nasser Kehtarnavaz, Nguyen Huu Phuong, Philipos Loizou, Ricardo Radaelli-Sanchez, Richard Baraniuk, Robert Nowak, Roy Ha, Stephen Kruzick, Swaroop Appadwedula, Tuan Do-Hong.

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