NETWORK THEORY: ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS

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PHI Learning, Jan 1, 2005 - Computers - 744 pages
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This book offers an excellent and practically oriented introduction to the basic concepts of modern circuit theory. It builds a thorough and rigorous understanding of the analysis techniques of electric networks, and also explains the essential procedures involved in the synthesis of passive networks. Written specifically to meet the needs of undergraduate students of electrical and electronics engineering, electronics and communication engineering, instru-mentation and control engineering, and computer science and engineering, the book provides modularized coverage of the full spectrum of network theory suitable for a one-semester course.

A balanced emphasis on conceptual understanding and problem-solving helps students master the basic principles and properties that govern circuit behaviour. A large number of solved examples show students the step-by-step processes for applying the techniques presented in the text. A variety of exercises with answers at the chapter ends allow students to practice the solution methods.

Besides students pursuing courses in engineering, the book is also suitable for self-study by those preparing for AMIE and competitive examinations. An objective-type question bank at the end of book is designed to see how well the students have mastered the material presented in the text.

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Dr. Smarajit Ghosh (Ph.D., IIT Kharagpur) is Professor and Head of the Department of Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering, Thapar University, Patiala. His special areas of interest include load flow studies, network reconfigurations, application of fuzzy logic, neural networks, genetic algorithms, and differential evolution in electric power distribution systems. He has published several papers in international and national journals, and guided research scholars in the area of electric power distribution systems.     

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