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Highlights of signal processing education

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The paper reviews the developments in DSP education by dividing them into two categories. The first describes curriculum changes, most of which have been classroom tested in their early forms. These proposals, ranging from reorganisation to radical reformation, all provide a more central role for signal processing in electrical and computer engineering training. The second category examines the future learning environment for DSP

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Signal Processing Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 5 )