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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard C Dorf
|Description:||xxvii, 2661 p. : ill., graph., formules.|
|Contents:||Part 1 Circuits: passive components; voltage and current sources; linear circuit analysis; passive signal processing; nonlinear circuits; Laplace transform; state variables, W.-K. Chen; the z-transform, R.C. Dorf and Z. Wan; t-pi equivalent networks; transfer functions of filters; frequency response; stability analysis. Part 2 Signal processing: digital signal processing; speech signal processing; spectral estimation and modelling; multidimensional signal processing; VLSI for signal processing; acoustic signal processing; neural networks. Part 3 Electronics: semiconductors; semiconductor manufacturing; integrated circuits; surface mount technologies; operational amplifiers; amplifiers; computer-aided circuit simulation; active filters; power electronics; optoelectrics; D/A and A/D converters; thermal management of electronics. Part 4 Electromagnetics: electromagnetic fields; magnetism and magnetic fields; wave propagation; antennas; microwave devices; compatibility; lightwave; solid state circuits; three-dimensional analysis; computational electromagnetics. Part 5 Electrical effects and devices: electroacoustic devices; surface acoustic wave filters; ultrasound; ferroelectric and piezoelectric materials; piezoresistivity; the Hall effect; superconductivity; pyroelectric materials and devices; dielectrics and insulators; sensors; magneto-optics; smart materials. Part 6 Energy: conventional power generation; distributed power generation; transmission; power transformers; energy distribution electrical machines; energy management. Part 7 Communications: broadcasting; digital communication; optical communication; networks; B-ISDN; information theory; satellites and aerospace; personal and office; phase locked loop; telemetry; computer-aided design and analysis of communication systems. Part 8 Digital devices: logic elements; memory devices; logical devices; microprocessors; displays; data acquisition; testing. Part 9 Computer engineering: organization; programming; memory systems; input and output; software engineering; computer graphics; computer networks; fault tolerance; knowledge engineering; parallel processors; operating systems; computer security; computer reliability. Part 10 Systems: control systems; robotics; aerospace systems; command, control and communications (c3); industrial systems; man-machine systems; vehicular systems; industrial illuminating systems; instruments; navigation systems. Part 11 Biomedical systems; bioelectricity; biomedical sensors; bioelectronics and instruments medical imaging; rehabilitation engineering; biocomputing; safety and risk control issues.|
|Responsibility:||Ed.-in-chief Richard C. Dorf.|
- Electrical engineering.