### The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Process

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**Sat Sep 10, 2016 12:28 am**I wanted to share this finding. It is a book, divided in chapters, available for online reading for free. What makes me much more confident and therefore probably you as well is, that it tries to describe everything in the most easiest ways, since formulas are often hard to read. That's true for me! This book presents the formula, a simpler description of it, and -my personal favorite- a pseudo-basic routine!

In this basic routine, nothing special is used, just variables, arrays and for-next-loops. Nothing else. This helps me a lot understanding the algorithmic approach of dsp. It might help you as well.

The book covers pretty much everything, from convolution, dft, fft, fft convolution, moving average filters, windowed-sinc filters, etc. The book is missing 2 chapters, 32 and 33, which are about laplace- and z-transform, but I think the time you reach that chapters you should be able to understand other publications as well.

http://www.dspguide.com/ch1.htm

In this basic routine, nothing special is used, just variables, arrays and for-next-loops. Nothing else. This helps me a lot understanding the algorithmic approach of dsp. It might help you as well.

The book covers pretty much everything, from convolution, dft, fft, fft convolution, moving average filters, windowed-sinc filters, etc. The book is missing 2 chapters, 32 and 33, which are about laplace- and z-transform, but I think the time you reach that chapters you should be able to understand other publications as well.

http://www.dspguide.com/ch1.htm