Dr Chris Bore is a consultant and trainer in DSP (Digital Signal Processing).
Author and presenter of many industrial short courses on DSP, Chris specializes in presenting and explaining complex technical information in practical, understandable ways without unnecessary reliance on equations and formulae. Chris's courses have been presented to many hundreds of engineers, programmers and technical managers in diverse industries worldwide.
Chris Bore - Available in 10 days, 20 hours and 7 minutes(2021-10-04 11:00 EDT)
Representing signals as geometric vectors is a simple and fundamental basis of signal processing. Outlined by Shannon in the same paper that introduced Sampling Theory, it offers powerful and intuitive ways to think about and analyze signal processing, but is often neglected in favour of the numerical technique that implement its methods. In this talk Chris Bore revisits this interesting topic and its relationship especially with Fourier Transforms, filters and communications.