Q0: What is comp.dsp?
Comp.dsp is a worldwide Usenet news group that is used to discuss various aspects of digital signal processing. It is unmoderated, though we try to keep the signal to noise ratio up :-). If you need to ask a question that isn't in the FAQ, and can't figure out how to post, consult news.newusers.questions.
Q0.1: Relevant links
Other relevant news groups are:
Relevant FAQs are:
- Higher-order statistics FAQ
- comp.compression FAQ
- comp.realtime FAQ
- comp.speech FAQ
- Audio sampling FAQ
There is an index of DSP-related resources, books, discussion groups:
Other relevant links:
Q0.2: Versions of the comp.dsp FAQ
This FAQ resides at http://www.bdti.com/Resources/Comp.DSP.FAQ
Q0.3: DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY
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Q0.4: Redistribution Permission
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Q0.5: Note on the list of manufacturers, addresses, and telephone numbers
The comp.dsp FAQ stopped publishing the list of manufacturers a long time ago. The information became outdated so quickly that it was pointless to take up an inappropriate amount of space in the FAQ.