Simulation techniques: the STĘDT program, Volume 2

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A must have for designers, practicing engineers, and graduate students, this volume presents real-world techniques that can be used with the authors' STDT program (a companion work also published by Wiley), or independently with other commercially available simulators.

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Contents

PREPARING AND RUNNING SIMULATIONS WITH STEDT
8
RULES FOR COMMAND LISTS
22
USING THE MENUS PROGRAM
55
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About the author (1997)

Floyd M. Gardner is a consulting engineer active in electronics and communications. He is the principal of Gardner Research Company, a Fellow of the IEEE, a registered professional engineer in California, and the author of Phaselock Techniques, Second Edition.

John D. Baker worked for many years as a software engineer in communications, signal processing, and simulation. Currently, he is at a university, applying his knowledge of technology to the teaching of mathematics. The authors have been working together on simulation programs since 1980. This book reveals much of what they have learned on the subject.

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