## Continuous and Discrete Signal and System AnalysisThis Third Edition of a proven text presents the most widely used techniques of signal and systems analysis with superb coverage of devices. Intended for junior and senior students with basic calculus, this text features a clear organization of topics beginning with convolution, then moves to unusually extensive coverage of Fourier transforms. There are generous examples of discrete system applications that students can easily follow. The second half of the text supplies broad coverage of one- and two-sided Laplace transforms and analysis of discrete signals and systems by means of the z-transform. Students will benefit from state space material that has been expanded and rearranged to present the discrete case first, as well as an expanded learning system including solutions to all exercises plus an expanded appendix table with easy access to frequently encountered mathematical relationships used in signal analysis. |

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### Contents

SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS | 1 |

CONVOLUTION | 56 |

FOURIER SERIES AND TRANSFORMS | 91 |

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