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Jan13-12, 03:57 PM
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Books for signal processing?

I used Oppenheim's Discrete-Time Signal Processing in my signals processing course. It is a DSP classic but I studied mainly from my professor's lecture notes which were based on the book.
It covers all the standard stuff you'd expect: sampling and reconstruction, DFT, Z-transform, FFT, filter design, etc.

I don't recall it having anything on stochastic signals and filtering (like kalman filter etc).