Textbooks support the trends of signal processing, introductory programming and model-based design
|6 Jul 2009||Linda Webb||
DSP education is being challenged to move students beyond theory to DSP implementations. Dr. Mark A. Yoder, professor of electrical and computer engineering at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, addresses this need with multimedia signal processing labs in which students use Simulink and Real-Time Workshop to design and implement programs onto DSP chips that synthesize music in real time.
By The MathWorks