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Publisher: Orchard Pubns
Steven T. Karris
This text contains a comprehensive discussion of continuous and discrete time signals and systems with many examples from MATLAB--software used to write efficient, compact programs to solve electrical and computer engineering problems of varying complexity. Intended for junior- and senior-level electrical engineering students and for self-study by working professionals, it discusses Laplace transformation and its application in circuit analysis, impulse response, Fourier series and Fourier transform, the Z transform, the Discrete Fourier transform, and the FFT algorithm. It concludes with a lengthy chapter on analog and digital filter design.Steven T. Karris is the author of 'Signals and Systems with MATLAB Applications' with ISBN 9780970951137 and ISBN 0970951132.
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