Fundamentals of Signals and Systems: Using the Web and MATLAB

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Prentice Hall, 2000 - Technology - 722 pages
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For a Signals and Systems course in Engineering departments. Developed from Professor Kamen's best-selling text Introduction to Signals and Systems, this forward-looking text presents an accessible yet comprehensive analytical treatment of signals and systems and also incorporates a strong emphasis on solving problems and exploring concepts using MATLAB. A MATLAB tutorial is provided on a disk which is available for student/instructor use, and all examples in the text are developed in terms of the Student Edition of MATLAB '.

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Contents

SYSTEMS DEFINED BY DIFFERENTIAL OR DIFFERENCE
57
Nonlinear Equations
80
CONVOLUTION REPRESENTATION
101
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Kamen is affiliated with Georgia Institute of Technology.

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