SPC toolbox: a MATLAB based software package for signal analysis
Brown, Dennis W.
Fargues, Monique P.
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This thesis discusses an interactive software developed to complement the teaching of digital signal processing (DSP) concepts in various courses taught by the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the Naval Postgraduate School. The SPC software was designed to facilitate the implementation of signal processing concepts learned in the classroom and to illustrate their advantages and drawbacks. The MATLAB Version 4 environment is used to take advantage of the graphical user interface capabilities. SPC is a window-based, user-friendly tool that allows the user to develop digital filters, analyze signals, and easily design basic signal modeling tools.
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