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You are currently using the site but have requested a page in the site. Would you like to change to the site? Simon Haykin , Barry Van Veen. Haykin and Van Veen have designed Signals and Systems to be appropriate for both one- and two-semester sophomore-junior versions of the Signals and Systems course.
The book's integrated, balanced treatment of continuous- and discrete-time forms of signals and systems is both a reflection of the topics' real roles in engineering practice and a clear, practical way of introducing the large range of topics covered by the course.
Already known for its extensive example and problem sets, the Second Edition has added even more examples and problems. All chapters have been revised to improve clarity and organization. View Instructor Companion Site. Contact your Rep for all inquiries. Permissions Request permission to reuse content from this site. Undetected location. NO YES. Signals and Systems, 2nd Edition. Selected type: Hardcover. Added to Your Shopping Cart. This is a dummy description.
Table of contents Chapter 1. Chapter 2. Chapter 3. Chapter 4. Chapter 5. Application to Communication Systems.
Chapter 6. Chapter 7. Chapter 8. Application to Filters and Equalizers. Chapter 9. Application to Linear Feedback Systems. Chapter Appendix A: Selected Mathematical Identities. Appendix B: Partial-Fraction Expansions. Appendix E: Tables of z-Transforms and Properties.
New To This Edition New examples and problems : New places for demonstration and practice have been added throughout the book. Introductory theme examples : The six new theme examples in Chapter 1 demonstrate the range of problems to which signals and systems concepts can be applied. Throughout the book, the authors return to the examples to show different perspectives on the same problem. New coverage throughout : Sections on MEMS and derivatives of the unit-impulse function have been added to Chapter 1; a section on the Costas receiver for demodulation of double sideband-suppressed carrier-modulated signals had been added to Chapter 5.
The treatment of feedback control systems has been shortened in Chapter 9, and sections on the fundamental notion of feedback and "why feedback?
Chapter 4 is more focused : Material on frequency response of LTI systems has been moved to Chapter 3, and more advanced material on interpolation, decimation, and fast convolution has been removed and incorporated as advanced problems. More detailed treatment of wavelets and the stability of nonlinear feedback systems : The Epilogue has been rewritten to include these topics. Helps students create meaningful visualizations of systems often difficult in non-media environment.
Icons throughout the text alert students and instructors to additional interactive problems found on the JustAsk web site. A registration code will be integrated into the text. E-commerce will be available for students who purchase a used copy of the book but want to access JustAsk. Features Many opportunities for practice : All examples are based on real-world problems and emphasize the correct mathematical steps needed for applying the theory.
Problems vary from drill-based to advanced, so students have plenty of room to practice. Integrated treatment of continuous- and discrete-time concepts : Based on the way these concepts work in engineering practice, the integrated presentation of continuous- and discrete-time concepts helps instructors cover more material and prepares students for real-world engineering.
Signals and Systems, 2nd Edition