Introduction to Fourier Analysis

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Wiley, Nov 3, 1994 - Mathematics - 563 pages
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Comprehensive, user friendly, and pedagoicaly structured ... a fast, easy way to learn, about the electrical engineer's most important mathematical tool Based on a groundbreaking one-semester course originated by Professor Norman Morrison at the University of Cape Town, this book serves equally well as a course text and a self-study guide for professionals. Offering only relevant mathematics, it covers all the core principles of electrical engineering contained in Fourier analysis, including the time and frequency domains; the representation of waveforms in terms of complex exponentials and sinusoids; complex exponentials and sinusoids as the eigenfunctions of linear systems; convolution; impulse response and the frequency transfer function; magnitude and phase spectra; and modulation and demodulation.
* Covers Fourier analysis exclusively for electrical engineering students and professionals
* Offers a complete FFT system contained on the enclosed disks (one for IBM compatibles, the other for Macintosh)
* Includes dozens of examples drawn from electrical engineering
* Packed with exercises, samples, and end-of-chapter problem sets

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Fourier Series for Periodic Functions
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NORMAN MORRISON, PhD, is an instructor in the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department at the University of Cape Town in South Africa.

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