EE483: Introduction to Digital Signal Processing
Instructor: Richard M. Leahy
EEB400C, Tel: (213) 740 4659
leahy@sipi.usc.edu
1. Schedule for Fall 2009
Lectures:
11.00am - 12.20pm Tuesday/Thursday
Discussion:
12.00pm - 12.50pm Fridays
First Class
Tuesday, August 25th
Midterm:
11.00am - 12.20pm Thursday October 15th.
Last Class
Thursday, December 3rd
Final:
8.00am - 10.00am Tuesday Dec 15th.
2. Textbooks
Required:
Digital Signal Processing: A Computer-Based Approach,
3rd edition, Sanjit K Mitra,
McGraw Hill, 2006. An excellent modern and comprehensive text on DSP.
Schaum’s Outlines: Digital Signal Processing
, M. Hayes, McGraw Hill 1999. This com-
plements Mitra with lots of worked examples and summaries of each topic as well as a
large number of additional problems.
Suggested:
Discrete Time Signal Processing,
A. Oppenheim and R. Schafer, Prentice-Hall, New Jer-
sey, 1989. -- this is the classic textbook for DSP, and a model for most of the other intro-
ductory books on the subject.
Highly recommended as a reference.
Digital filter design
, T. W. Parks and C. S. Burras, J. Wiley & Sons, 1987. - this book is
closer in spirit to the way that I will teach filter design. It's a useful book.
A course in Digital Signal Processing,
Boaz Porat, J. Wiley, 1997. This is an excellent
DSP book - I used to use it as a course text, but many students didn’t share my enthusi-
asm.
..
The Fast Fourier Transform and its Applications
, E. O. Brigham, Prentice-Hall, 1988. -
This is a popular book with a lot of graphic illustrations of discrete convolutions and Fou-