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Signals and Systems: Analysis Using Transform Methods & MATLAB

Signals and Systems: Analysis Using Transform Methods & MATLAB

3rd Edition
By M.J. Roberts
ISBN10: 0078028124
ISBN13: 9780078028120
Copyright: 2018
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1) Introduction

2) Mathematical Description of Continuous-Time Signals

3) Discrete-Time Signal Description

4) Description of Systems

5) Time-Domain System Analysis

6) Continuous-Time Fourier Methods

7) Discrete-Time Fourier Methods

8) The Laplace Transform

9) The z Transform

10) Sampling and Signal Processing

11) Frequency Response Analysis

12) Laplace System Analysis

13) z-Transform System Analysis

14) Filter Analysis and Design

Appendix I – Useful Mathematical Relations

Appendix II – Continuous-Time Fourier Series Pairs

Appendix III – Discrete Fourier Transform Pairs

Appendix IV – Continuous-Time Fourier Transform Pairs

Appendix V – Discrete-Time Fourier Transform Pairs

Appendix VI – Tables of Laplace Transform Pairs

Appendix VII – z-Transform Pairs

Bibliography

Index

About the Author

M.J. Roberts

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