This new textbook in Signals and Systems provides a pedagogically-rich approach to what can oftentimes be a mathematically 'dry' subject. With features like historical notes, highlighted 'common mistakes,' and applications in controls, communications, and signal processing, Chaparro helps students appreciate the usefulness of the techniques described in the book. Each chapter contains a section with Matlab applications.
0: From the Ground Up!
0.2 Examples of Signal Processing Applications
0.3 Continuous or Discrete?
0.4 Complex or Real?
0.5 Soft Introduction to MATLAB
2: Theory and Application of Continuous-Time Signals and Systems
1: Continuous-time Signals
1.2 Classification of Time-Dependent Signals
1.3 Continuous-Time Signals
1.4 Representation of Continuous-Time Signals Using Basic Signals
1.5 Special Signals—the Sampling and the Sinc Signals
1.6 Basic Signal Operations—Time Scaling, Frequency Shifting, and Windowing
1.7 What Have We Accomplished? Where Do We Go from Here?
2: Continuous-time Systems
2.2 System Concept and Classification
2.3 Linear Time-invariant (LTI) Continuous-time Systems
2.5 Bounded-input Bounded-output (BIBO) Stability
2.6 What Have We Accomplished? Where Do We Go From Here?
3: The Laplace Transform
3.2 The Two-sided Laplace Transform
3.3 The One-sided Laplace Transform
3.4 Properties of the One-sided Laplace Transform
3.5 Inverse Laplace Transform
3.6 Analysis of LTI Systems
3.7 What Have We Accomplished? Where Do We Go from Here?
4: Frequency Analysis: The Fourier Series
4.2 Eigenfunctions Revisited
4.3 Complex Exponential Fourier Series
4.4 Response of LTI Systems to Periodic Signals
4.5 Operations using Fourier Series
4.6 What have We Accomplished? Where Do We Go from here?
5: Frequency Analysis: The Fourier Transform
5.2 From the Fourier Serie
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- 24th February 2014
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