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# Fundamentals of Signals and Systems Using Web and Matlab

688 pages, parution le 15/03/2000

## Résumé

For a Signals and Systems course in Engineering departments.

Developed from Professor Kamen's best-selling text Introduction to Signals and Systems, this forward-looking text presents an accessible yet comprehensive analytical treatment of signals and systems and also incorporates a strong emphasis on solving problems and exploring concepts using MATLAB. A MATLAB tutorial is provided on a disk which is available for student/instructor use, and all examples in the text are developed in terms of the Student Edition of MATLAB®.

Features:

• Extensive use of MATLAB included throughout the book—Requires no previous experience with MATLAB.
• Allows students to follow and implement MATLAB-based examples and problems given in the book.

• Most computational aspects of theory are illustrated by using MATLAB.
• A disk is available free from MATHWORKS containing all the MATLAB examples given in the text—Included on the disk is a brief tutorial on MATLAB which is tailored to the text.
• Continuous-time and discrete-time signals and systems are treated in parallel throughout the text.
• Allows for a more direct comparison between the two cases, a keener understanding of their similarities and differences, and thus a more complete grasp of the theory.

• Numerous illustrative examples and homework problems are provided and interspersed throughout the text, motivating theory and involving common applications such as—electrical circuits, analog and digital filters, mechanical systems, biological systems, banking, and manufacturing systems.
• Separate chapters on feedback control and digital filter design—Illustrate the application of transform techniques to give students solid preparation for advanced electives in signal processing and controls. Chapters on Fourier transformation also contain a number of relevant applications in communications.
• Emphasizes the construction of discrete-time models from continuous-time models so that actual systems can be studied using a digital computer.
• Helps explain how MATLAB software is used for continuous-time systems and powerfully illustrates the theory's usefulness in being able to carry out computations.

• Devotes a chapter to the state space representation.
• Prepares students for an elective course in modern control.

• Presents some material on nonlinear systems, linearization, and time-varying systems.
• Prepares students for systems they will encounter in practice while limiting the level of presentation of these topics to that appropriate for an introductory text.

Preface
Chapter 1: Fundamental Concepts
Chapter 2: Systems Defined by Differential or Difference Equations
Chapter 3: Convolution Representation
Chapter 4: The Fourier Series and Fourier Transform
Chapter 5: Frequency Domain- Analysis of Systems
Chapter 6: Fourier Analysis of Discrete-Time Signals and Systems
Chapter 7: The Laplace Transform and the Transfer Function Representation
Chapter 8: System Analysis Using the Transfer Function Representation
Chapter 9: Application to Control
Chapter 10: The z-Transform and Discrete-Time Systems
Chapter 11: Design of Digital Filters and Controllers
Chapter 12: State Representation
Appendix
Bibliography
Index

## Caractéristiques techniques

 PAPIER Éditeur(s) Prentice Hall Auteur(s) Edward Kamen, Bonnie Heck Parution 15/03/2000 Nb. de pages 688 Format 18,5 x 24,3 Couverture Relié Poids 1217g Intérieur Noir et Blanc EAN13 9780130172938

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