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Sharing Knowledge and Building Communities in Signal Processing

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Title: Sharing Knowledge and Building Communities in Signal Processing
Author: Baraniuk, Richard G.; Burrus, C. Sidney; Johnson, Don; Jones, Douglas L.
Type: Journal Paper
Keywords: Connexions; signal processing; education; DSP
Citation: R. G. Baraniuk, C. S. Burrus, D. Johnson and D. L. Jones, "Sharing Knowledge and Building Communities in Signal Processing," IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, vol. 21, no. 5, pp. 10-16, 2004.
Abstract: The textbook has traditionally been the fundamental tool of university teaching. The text both serves as the repository of facts and information and provides the recommended structure and sequence for teaching and learning the material. Today, textbooks can be in traditional paper form or electronically available over the World Wide Web. However, the material in domains like signal processing changes rapidly as new theory, applications, and hardware continually come on the scene. In some ways, having a textbook as a courseâ s main tool actually impedes course and curriculum development.
Date Published: 2004-09-01

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