Signals and systemsThis volume provides a firm foundation in the most important methods of modern signal and systems analysis. Develops in parallel the methods of analysis for continuoustime and discretetime signals and systems. 
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Signals and Systems  7 
Linear TimeInvariant Systems  69 
Fourier Analysis for ContinuousTime  161 
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