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Signals and Systems: A Primer with MATLAB provides clear, interesting, and easy-to-understand coverage of continuous-time and discrete-time signals and systems. Each chapter opens with a historical profile or career talk, followed by an introduction that states the chapter objectives and links the chapter to the previous ones. All principles are pr…mehr

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Signals and Systems: A Primer with MATLAB provides clear, interesting, and easy-to-understand coverage of continuous-time and discrete-time signals and systems. Each chapter opens with a historical profile or career talk, followed by an introduction that states the chapter objectives and links the chapter to the previous ones. All principles are pr

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Matthew N.O. Sadiku received his B.Sc from Ahmadu Bello University, and his M.Sc and Ph.D from Tennessee Technological University. He is currently a professor at Prairie View A&M University. He was previously a senior scientist with Boeing Satellite Systems, system engineer with Lucent/Avaya, full professor with Temple University, and assistant professor with Florida Atlantic University. Widely published and highly decorated, Dr. Sadiku is a registered professional engineer, a fellow of the IEEE, and a member of the ACM. He has served as the IEEE Region 2 Student Activities Committee chairman, and as an associate editor for IEEE Transactions on Education.

Warsame H. Ali received his B.Sc from King Saud University, his M.Sc from Prairie View A&M University, and his Ph.D from the University of Houston. He is currently teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Prairie View A&M University. He was previously with NASA, Glenn Research Center, and with Texas Instruments. Dr. Ali has authored 80 research articles in major scientific journals and conferences, given several invited talks, and received many NSF, AFRL, and DOE awards. His research interests include digital PID controllers, digital methods to electrical measurements, mixed signals testing techniques, and more.