Introduction to Signal and System Analysis
The approach taken in Gopalan's text is to introduce students to the concepts and mathematical tools necessary to understand and appreciate the wide array of exciting fields in Electrical Engineering such as signal processing, control systems, and communications. The book is structured to introduce the basic continuous-time signal and system analysis concepts as an extension of familiar circuit analysis methods. A strong theoretical foundation for signal analysis is built, leading students to successfully discuss the various system analysis methods used in practice today. Use of MATLAB with appropriate examples has been integrated throughout the book.
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MATHEMATICAL MODELING AND PROPERTIES
CONTINUOUSTIME SYSTEM ANALYSIS IN TIME DOMAIN
and the System Function
DISCRETETIME SYSTEM ANALYSIS IN TIME DOMAIN
FREQUENCY DOMAIN ANALYSIS OF CT SIGNALS
and the Frequency Response
THE ZTRANSFORM AND DISCRETETIME SYSTEM ANALYSIS
FREQUENCY DOMAIN ANALYSIS OF DT SIGNALS
STATE VARIABLE ANALYSIS OF CONTINUOUS
B Some Useful Mathematical Operations
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