## A Practical Approach to Signals and SystemsConcisely covers all the important concepts in an easy-to-understand way Gaining a strong sense of signals and systems fundamentals is key for general proficiency in any electronic engineering discipline, and critical for specialists in signal processing, communication, and control. At the same time, there is a pressing need to gain mastery of these concepts quickly, and in a manner that will be immediately applicable in the real word. Simultaneous study of both continuous and discrete signals and systems presents a much easy path to understanding signals and systems analysis. In - Gives equal emphasis to theory and practice
- Presents methods that can be immediately applied
- Complete treatment of transform methods
- Expanded coverage of Fourier analysis
- Self-contained: starts from the basics and discusses applications
- Visual aids and examples makes the subject easier to understand
- End-of-chapter exercises, with a extensive solutions manual for instructors
- MATLAB software for readers to download and practice on their own
- Presentation slides with book figures and slides with lecture notes
Scientists in chemical, mechanical, and biomedical areas will also benefit from this book, as increasing overlap with electrical engineering solutions and applications will require a working understanding of signals. Compact and self contained, |

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### Contents

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3 Continuous Signals | 29 |

4 Timedomain Analysis of Discrete Systems | 53 |

5 Timedomain Analysis of Continuous Systems | 79 |

6 The Discrete Fourier Transform | 101 |

7 Fourier Series | 123 |

8 The Discretetime Fourier Transform | 151 |

10 The zTransform | 227 |

11 The Laplace Transform | 259 |

12 Statespace Analysis of Discrete Systems | 293 |

13 Statespace Analysis of Continuous Systems | 317 |

Appendix A Transform Pairs and Properties | 337 |

Appendix B Useful Mathematical Formulas | 349 |

Answers to Selected Exercises | 355 |

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