Material Matters: Appliqués by the Weya Women of Zimbabwe and Needlework by South African Collectives
Witwatersrand University Press, 2000 - Art - 160 pages
A source of quickly accessible information providing broad coverage of electrical engineering and electronics, including electromagnetic fields, networks, signals and systems, digital and analog electronics, and power supplies. Each chapter is a self-contained unit, comprising all the important expressions, formulas, rules and theorems, as well as many examples and applications and the volume contains a compendium of mathematical formula required in electrical engineering.
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