Here is the listing of Best reference books on Signals and Systems.
|1. “Circuits and Systems: A Modern Approach” by A. Papoulis
Book Review: The book gives the presentation of digital techniques that are used in the field of system theory and design. The book explains the fundamental ideas with the help of many illustrations. The book also develops analog systems that are parallel to digital systems, and the book also focuses on various concepts of linearity, superposition, impulse response, frequency response and system function. The book also describes laplace transforms and z-transforms and introduces digital and analog sampled simulation thereby approximating the convolution integral by sum.
|2. “Signals and Systems: Continuous and Discrete” by R.F. Ziemer, W.H. Tranter and D.R. Fannin
Book Review: The book deals with the latest advancements in the field of signals and systems which is necessary for all students studying electrical engineering and computer science engineering.
The book includes examples in most of the chapters thereby providing a supportive framework for learning. The book also exposes the readers to digital data transmission techniques and praises the characteristics and properties of digital communication systems before understanding and learning probability and stochastic processes. The book contains MATLAB problems and forward error correction code problems.
|3. “Signals and Systems” by A.V. Oppenheim, A.S. Willsky and I.T. Young
Book Review: This book provides a strong base and reference for people studying the important methods of modern signal and system analysis.This book is a very good textbook for undergraduate courses in signals and linear systems theory and applications. The various topics covered in the book are basics of signals and systems, linear time invariant systems, fourier transforms for discrete and continuous time signals. The author also stresses the applications with the help of numerical examples in filtering, sampling, communications and feedback. The book also supports deeper understanding of the concepts by taking into consideration the similarities and differences between the two domains.
|4 . “Signals and Systems : Pearson New International Edition” by Alan V Oppenheim, S. Hamid, Alan S. Willsky|
|5. “Problems and Solutions in Signals and Systems” by R. Gopal|
|6 .” Continuous and Discrete Signals and Systems” by Samir S. Soliman, Mandyam D. Srinath|
|7. “Signals And Systems” by Barry Van Veen Simon Haykin|
|8. “Fundamentals of Signals and Systems” by Michael Roberts, Govind Sharma|
|9. “Signals And Systems” by H P Hsu|
|10. ” Signals and Systems” by A Nagoor Kani|
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