Hey all, I'm looking for a good intro book to DSP at an upper undergrad level for electrical and computer engineers. I've glanced through a few books and they look very math intensive. This is not a problem for me. However, since this would mainly be an introduction, I would not like to get caught up the mathematical derivations and proofs. So the ideal book would be have the math, but not overwhelm me, the student, so that I miss the points of the concepts. I'm about to take my signals and systems course this coming semester, if that helps in your book recommendation. According to the course description, it will be augmented by 3-4 weeks of introduction to DSP. I hope to take a DSP course as a technical elective if that 3-4 weeks seems enjoyable. So far someone has told me about DSP First: A Multimedia Approach. But I'm curious to hear what you guys recommend. Thanks.