Every engineering professional needs a practical, convenient mathematics resource, without extensive theory and proofs. Mathematics for Circuits and Filters stresses the fundamental theory behind professional applications, making an excellent, flexible resource that enables easy access to the information needed to deal with circuits and filters.
The sections feature frequent examples and illustrations, reinforcing the basic theory. The examples also demonstrate applications of the concepts. References at the end of each section are drawn from not only traditional sources, but from relevant, nontraditional ones as well, including software, databases, standards, seminars, and conferences. This leads advanced researchers quickly to the data they may need for more specialized problems.
An international panel of experts developed the chapters for practicing engineers, concentrating on the problems that they encounter the most and have the most difficulty with. Mathematics for Circuits and Filters aids in the engineer's understanding and recall of vital mathematical concepts and acts as the engineer's primary resource when looking for solutions to a wide range of problems.
Table of Contents
Linear Operations and Matrices
Bilinear Operations and Matrices
The Laplace Transform
Fourier Series, Fourier Transforms and the DFT
Signal Flow Graphs
"Recommended for libraries associated with electrical engineering and applied math programs."