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Fourier Analysis-A Signal Processing Approach

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This book sheds new light on Transform methods, which dominate the study of linear time-invariant systems in all areas of science and engineering, such as circuit theory, signal/image processing, communications, controls, vibration analysis, remote sensing, biomedical systems, optics and acoustics. It presents Fourier analysis primarily using physical explanations with waveforms and/or examples, only using mathematical formulations to the extent necessary for its practical use. Intended as a textbook for senior undergraduates and graduate level Fourier analysis courses in engineering and science departments, and as a supplementary textbook for a variety of application courses in science and engineering, the book is also a valuable reference for anyone - student or professional - specializing in practical applications of Fourier analysis. The prerequisite for reading this book is a sound understanding of calculus, linear algebra, signals and systems, and programming at the undergraduate level.

Product code: 9789811316920

ISBN 9789811316920
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H235xW155
Edition 1st ed. 2018
No. Of Pages 359
Publisher Springer Verlag, Singapore
This book sheds new light on Transform methods, which dominate the study of linear time-invariant systems in all areas of science and engineering, such as circuit theory, signal/image processing, communications, controls, vibration analysis, remote sensing, biomedical systems, optics and acoustics.