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Simon Haykin is a renowned electrical engineer. He holds a BSc degree and a PhD in electrical engineering from the University of Birmingham. He has authored numerous books on electrical engineering and communications. He was awarded the Henry Booker Gold Medal of URSI and is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.
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Chapter 3 is more theoretical than other chapters, but it is very approachable. You won't become a math expert after reading it, but it gives you a solid understanding of why everything in later chapters work.
This book has a reasonable number of worked-out examples, but I would have like to see more examples in certain areas.