Fundamentals of Signals and Systems with CD-ROM: A Building Block Approach by Philip D. ChaFundamentals of Signals and Systems with CD-ROM: A Building Block Approach by Philip D. Cha

Fundamentals of Signals and Systems with CD-ROM: A Building Block Approach

byPhilip D. Cha, John I. Molinder

Other | July 27, 2006

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This innovative textbook provides a solid foundation in both signal processing and systems modeling using a building block approach. The authors show how to construct signals from fundamental building blocks (or basis functions), and demonstrate a range of powerful design and simulation techniques in Matlab, recognizing that signal data are usually received in discrete samples, regardless of whether the underlying system is discrete or continuous in nature. The design of finite impulse response filters is also described in detail and many worked examples, homework exercises, and Matlab laboratory exercises are included.
PHILIP D. CHA is a professor in the Department of Engineering at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California. He gained his PhD in mechanical engineering from the University of Michigan before working as a senior research engineer at the Ford Motor Company prior to joining Harvey Mudd College. In 2000, he received the Ralph R. Teetor ...
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Title:Fundamentals of Signals and Systems with CD-ROM: A Building Block ApproachFormat:OtherDimensions:456 pages, 9.72 × 6.85 × 0.98 inPublished:July 27, 2006Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0521849667

ISBN - 13:9780521849661

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction to signals and systems; 2. Constructing signals from building blocks; 3. Sampling and data acquisition; 4. Lumped element modeling of mechanical systems; 5. Lumped element modeling of electrical systems; 6. Solution to differential equations; 7. Input-output relationships using frequency response; 8. Digital signal processing (DSP); 9. Applications; 10. Summary; Laboratory exercises.

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'We think the present volume represents an excellent book in the SS domain with substantial new points of view, providing a good understanding of the physical facts and of the ways to describe and simulate them.' Zentralblatt MATH