System Analysis and Signal Processing: With emphasis on the use of Matlab
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Are you looking for: a clear and accessible introduction to `signals and systems'? A text that integrates the use of MATLAB throughout and provides an introductory tutorial to the software? Comprehensive coverage of both continuous and discrete-time signal processing? A book that will be useful for further study? If the answer to any of the above questions is `Yes', then this is the ideal coursebook for you. Clear explanations and easy-to-follow examples using practical situations help to make this book one of the most accessible on the topic. This is the only book you will need on the subject.. System Analysis and Signal Processing provides a
Clear explanations and easy-to-follow examples using practical situations help to make this book one of the most accessible on the topic.This is the only book you will need on the subject.Key Featuresa readable and concise treatment of the essential topics, emphasizing physical interpretations the smooth introduction of relevant mathematics in context a broad subject coverage including sections on spectral estimation, digital filter design, network analysis, transforms, analogue filters, automatic control, correlators and the processing of narrow-band signals practical and straightforward design and analysis techniques examples and problems that can be solved with Versions 4 and 5 of the student edition of MATLAB well-designed end of chapter problems that contribute to the learning process FREE solutions manual availab
His teaching has been mainly in the fields of communication systems, radar and sonar, and digital signal processing.His work as Reader at the University of Sussex has involved investigating sonar and speech. . He considers his most important research achievement to have been that of pioneering sidescan sonars which rapidly survey the depth of the sea bed. Algorithms have been dev
"Great book" according to A Customer. One of the best books on linear systems I have read. It covers continuous and discrete time systems very well. Style is clear and insightful. The use of MATLAB to illustrate concepts is helpful.. "ANALYSIS" according to Thomas McGoldrick. THE BOOK IS A VERY GOOD REVIEW OF SYSTEM ANALYSIS I USED IN COLLEGE AND THE BOOK IS ALMOST NEW.