Edmar Candeia Gurjão

Edmar Candeia Gurjão graduated with a degree in electrical engineering from UFPB, Brazil, obtained his master’s from UFPB and doctorate from UFCG. He was a visiting professor at the department of electrical engineering at Notre Dame University, USA and currently he is an associate professor of electrical engineering at UFCG. He is an expert on compressed sensing, software-defined radio, signal processing, and applications of linear algebra.

Digital Signal Processing

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João Marques de Carvalho, Edmar Candeia Gurjão, Luciana Ribeiro Veloso, and Carlos Danila Miranda Regis

This book covers the fundamentals of digital signal processing (DSP) in a concise format, accessible to anyone with a technical background, enabling the reader for further DSP training, research, and development. 

The authors explore many subjects, including discrete time (digital) signals and systems, with emphasis on linear shift invariant (LSI) systems; Fourier and the z transforms; signal sampling and analog-to-digital (A/D) conversion. The book finalizes with examples of DSP techniques applications to practical problems from several areas.