9780131687370

Fundamentals of Signals and Systems Using the Web and MATLAB

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    9780131687370

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  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 7/11/2006
  • Publisher: Pearson

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Summary

This book contains a comprehensive introductory treatment of continuous-time and discrete-time signals and systems with numerous illustrations using MATLAB, data downloaded from the Web, and online demos on the textbook website. The book is intended for use in a one-semester or one-quarter course at the sophomore or junior level. Highlights of the revised content of the third edition include the following. The presentation has been simplified by deleting or rewriting various mathematical parts of the previous edition and by providing new illustrations that give additional insight into the meaning and significance of the mathematical formulations covered in the text. Summaries have been added at the end of the chapters to highlight the material covered. The core of the new edition consists of Chapters 1-7, most of which an instructor should be able to cover in a one-quarter course. For a one-semester course, an instructor should be able to cover most of the material in Chapters 1-7 and then select material on filtering, controls, and/or the state representation, which can be found in Chapters 8-11. The new edition contains practical applications that use actual data that is downloaded from the Web. It is shown how the data can be downloaded and then imported into MATLAB for analysis using techniques covered in the text. The focus is on the problem of data analysis in the presence of noise, which often arises in engineering, business and finance, and other fields. The new edition contains a major enhancement of the MATLAB component. In particular, the MATLAB Symbolic Math Toolbox that is available in the Student Version (7.0.1) of MATLAB is used throughout the text to complement and simplify various computational aspects of the theory and examples given in the book. Simulink is also used for building system models and simulating system behavior. The textbook website (http://users.ece.gatech.edu/[tilde]bonnie/book3) has been updated with the inclusion of additional worked problems and the addition of all the data files and M-files for the third edition. Book jacket.

Author Biography

Edward W. Kamen is Professor Emeritus in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Fundamental Concepts
1(43)
Continuous-Time Signals
1(10)
Discrete-Time Signals
11(10)
Systems
21(3)
Examples of Systems
24(7)
Basic System Properties
31(6)
Chapter Summary
37(7)
Problems
37(7)
Time-Domain Models of Systems
44(52)
Input/Output Representation of Discrete-Time Systems
44(5)
Convolution of Discrete-Time Signals
49(6)
Difference Equation Models
55(9)
Differential Equation Models
64(5)
Solution of Differential Equations
69(6)
Convolution Representation of Continuous-Time Systems
75(9)
Chapter Summary
84(12)
Problems
85(11)
The Fourier Series and Fourier Transform
96(70)
Representation of Signals in Terms of Frequency Components
96(5)
Trigonometric Fourier Series
101(7)
Complex Exponential Series
108(6)
Fourier Transform
114(8)
Spectral Content of Common Signals
122(4)
Properties of the Fourier Transform
126(15)
Generalized Fourier Transform
141(3)
Application to Signal Modulation and Demodulation
144(8)
Chapter Summary
152(14)
Problems
154(12)
Fourier Analysis of Discrete-Time Signals
166(56)
Discrete-Time Fourier Transform
166(13)
Discrete Fourier Transform
179(9)
DFT of Truncated Signals
188(7)
FFT Algorithm
195(11)
Application to Data Analysis
206(10)
Chapter Summary
216(6)
Problems
217(5)
Fourier Analysis of Systems
222(57)
Fourier Analysis of Continuous-Time Systems
222(6)
Response to Periodic and Nonperiodic Inputs
228(9)
Analysis of Ideal Filters
237(5)
Sampling
242(7)
Fourier Analysis of Discrete-Time Systems
249(5)
Application to Lowpass Digital Filtering
254(8)
Chapter Summary
262(17)
Problems
263(16)
The Laplace Transform and the Transfer Function Representation
279(73)
Laplace Transform of a Signal
279(6)
Properties of the Laplace Transform
285(11)
Computation of the Inverse Laplace Transform
296(20)
Transform of the Input/Output Differential Equation
316(7)
Transform of the Input/Output Convolution Integral
323(7)
Direct Construction of the Transfer Function
330(11)
Chapter Summary
341(11)
Problems
342(10)
The z-Transform and Discrete-Time Systems
352(59)
z-Transform of a Discrete-Time Signal
352(5)
Properties of the z-Transform
357(10)
Computation of the Inverse z-Transform
367(10)
Transfer Function Representation
377(11)
System Analysis Using the Transfer Function Representation
388(12)
Chapter Summary
400(11)
Problems
401(10)
Analysis of Continuous-Time Systems by Use of the Transfer Function Representation
411(78)
Stability and the Impulse Response
411(3)
Routh-Hurwitz Stability Test
414(5)
Analysis of the Step Response
419(18)
Response to Sinusoids and Arbitrary Inputs
437(6)
Frequency Response Function
443(20)
Causal Filters
463(15)
Chapter Summary
478(11)
Problems
479(10)
Application to Control
489(47)
Introduction to Control
489(8)
Tracking Control
497(11)
Root Locus
508(8)
Application to Control System Design
516(9)
Chapter Summary
525(11)
Problems
526(10)
Design of Digital Filters and Controllers
536(48)
Discretization
536(7)
Design of IIR Filters
543(6)
Design of IIR Filters Using MATLAB
549(7)
Design of FIR Filters
556(12)
Design of Digital Controllers
568(9)
Chapter Summary
577(7)
Problems
578(6)
State Representation
584(49)
State Model
584(3)
Construction of State Models
587(8)
Solution of State Equations
595(9)
Discrete-Time Systems
604(8)
Equivalent State Representations
612(6)
Discretization of State Model
618(4)
Chapter Summary
622(11)
Problems
623(10)
Appendix A Brief Review of Complex Variables 633(5)
Appendix B Brief Review of Matrices 638(6)
Bibliography 644(1)
Index 645

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