Sundarajan, “A Practical Approach to Signals & Systems” is a precise book explaining the fundamentals of the subject. The book is divided into. Signals and Systems. Course Authors: Richard Baraniuk. Contributing Authors: Thanos Antoulas. Richard Baraniuk. Adam Blair. Steven Cox. Benjamin Fite. Another significant additional enhancement to this second edition is the availability of the companion book Explorations in Signals and Systems Using MATLAB.
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Alan S. Willsky (Author), with S. Hamid (Author) & 0 more. This item:Signals and Systems (2nd Edition) by Alan V. Oppenheim Hardcover $ Topics include basic signals and systems concepts, linear time-invariant (LTI) systems, Fourier representations of continuous-time and. This authoritative book, highly regarded for its intellectual quality and contributions provides a solid foundation and life-long reference for anyone studying the. Signals and Systems book. Read 41 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This authoritative book, highly regarded for its intellectual q.
Resources and Help Signals, Systems, and Design [Book review] Abstract: This book differentiates itself through a number of seemingly small design decisions that are powerful and go a long way in realizing an effective and instructive textbook for a first course in the subject. Students in the second year of an engineering program, especially those who have gone through the standard mathematics core courses, will also find themselves comfortable in studying and learning from this book. After two introductory chapters dedicated to signals, systems,and the mathematical background required to study them, the text continues with two sets of chapters focusing, respectively, on analog and digital signals and systems. The two sets are organized very similarly, sequentially dedicating one chapter each to signals in the time domain, systems in the time domain, signals in the frequency domain, and systems in the frequency domain. The time domain chapters mostly examine classification, with the addition of sampling operation when discussing digital signals.
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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Exercises could be improved. Hardcover Verified download. This book is really good in terms of explaining the concepts in a very in-depth and thorough way. However, improvements can be made. Second, the exercises are not very accessible.
There's too many of them, and if you are learning the material independently, it's really hard to choose which ones you should solve. One person found this helpful. Paperback Verified download. Feels very difficult to learn as an Electrical Engineering student.
As a total nerd who also minored in mathematics, I found that studying Fourier Transforms within the topic of Mathematics did a better job of explaining the techniques found in here. But definitely don't pay for a hardcover of this. The paperback is identical. This book is a classic, its easy to read and yet quite technical.
I bought the international edition and it is a great download considering that it is almost exactly the same as the standard one some end of chapter problems are different but at a fraction of the price. If you couple this book with the lecture videos of Oppenheim himself, then you are going to learn a lot about signals and systems, highly recommended!
Not a fan of Oppenheim's writing style, but the book contains everything you need to understand signals and systems. Read with care as there is little notice in the form of bold letters, etc. A lot of info contained in the worked examples. If you skip them you'll miss a lot of the book's content. Beware Oppenheim sources his examples from a variety of sciences. Don't get intimidated - you don't actually need to understand what's going on besides the math.
I bought this book for learning some This is very a great book. I bought this book for learning some basic idea in the relative fields, because I want to prepare for PhD degree in discrete time signal processing.
I read this book to learn some fundamental things. This book can be treated as a first book in learning Signals and systems, and other courses such as discrete time signal processing, contral systems and communication systems are based on the material taught in this book. In this book, the author not only introduce the continuous time signal, but also its discrete counterpart in great detail.
The organization of this book is also really great. But I read chapter 9 and 10 right after finfsh reading the first 6 chapters, because I think it is better to know all the theory first.
Then, it would be easier to understand its applications. Also, It is really easy to understand the meaning even for a student whose monther tongue is not English like me!
In this book, the author give us a brief introduction to several of its applications including sample, communication systems and feedback systems.
I used this book for one of my undergrad classes. The actual subject matter is pretty middle of the road, half the people i know liked, the other half didn't. The book does a good job of presenting the concepts in a clear and logical manner and is pretty easy to follow. I would recommend it to anyone who wishs to learn more about signal processing as it was essential for me to learn the material in class, as well as providing me with a good reference for use later in my undergrad career.
Heavy in math notation, but if you are taking a signals class then you can probably already read math very well.
Explanations and proofs are very easy to follow. This is my least favorite book on the subject of signals and systems. The book is very wordy, and often explains things in overly simple terms, then presents extremely difficult problem sets as accompaniment.
The section on convolution a very simple concept, really made my head spin. See all reviews. We provide complimentary e-inspection copies of primary textbooks to instructors considering our books for course adoption.
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