[music-dsp] How much math?
michael at aspi.com
Sat Mar 24 14:30:29 EST 2001
I would recommend a good text on calculus using complex variables. You
know, residues and stuff like that. Useful for messing around with
transforms. One recommendation is "Complex Variables and Applications" by
Brown and Churchill (McGraw Hill). Sure, you could figure that stuff out
from a regular calculus book, but it's nice to have a text that expresses
everything in complex variables.
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> Hi everyone
> I have my old Calc books out here and I need know exactly what I'm
> going to have to relearn. Obviously, I'm going have to do derivatives ,
> Riemmann sums, Integration etc. but do I need worry about Gassian
> Integration and other "Calc III" topics? What about linear algrebra or
> derivitate equations? I don't need to go that far do?! :) Also, can
> anyone recommended a could crash course text for the relearner?
> Thanks a bunch,
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