This introductory text examines classical (analytical) and modern (computational) methods of signal analysis and the interaction of signals and systems. Features include: a vector approach to harmonic analysis; numerical spectral analysis; and an accompanying software package, HARM for Windows.
Understanding Signals and Systems is an introductory text that treats classical (analytical) and modern (computational) methods of signal analysis and the interaction of signals with systems. Taking a new approach to a well established but rather mathematical subject, it explains the concepts in a careful and simple manner without losing rigour. It gives readers an insight into the fundamental ideas in this important area of study and provides a firm base for progressing on to more advanced and specialised texts. Fourier Analysis and Synthesis are approached in a fresh and original manner.
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Introduction to Signals. Harmonic Synthesis and Analysis. Numerical Fourier Analysis of Periodic Signals. How Systems Respond to Signals. Transient Response. Laplace Transforms and Convolution. Fourier Representation of Non-Periodic Signals. Digital Filtering. Appendices.
Understanding Signals And Systems by Jack Golten
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