The purpose of this book is the study of signals and deterministic, linear, time-invariant, finite and causal dimension systems. A set of practical tools is presented for automatic and signal processing. Methods of representation of dynamic linear systems and the analysis of their behavior are put forward. The identification and synthesis of control laws for stabilization and regulation is then discussed.
The study of characteristic signal properties and systems, and knowledge of mathematical tools and treatment methods and analysis are of increasing importance, and continue to evolve. The reason for this is that the current state of technology, in particular electronics and computing, enables the production of increasingly advanced and effective processing systems which are becoming less and less expensive, despite their complexity.
1. Introduction, Generalities, Definitions of Systems.
2. Transforms: Time – Frequency – Scale.
3. Spectral Study of Signals.
4. Representation of Discrete (Sampled) Systems.
5. Representation of Signals and Systems.
6. Dynamic Responses and System Performance.
7. System Stability and Robustness Analysis Methods.
Smain Femmam received his MSc and PhD in Signal Processing and Computers from Versailles University in France. He is currently Senior Director of Research at the University of Haute-Alsace and is on the editorial board of several journals. His research interests include signal processing for wireless communication-computers, estimation theory, adaptive filtering, array processing, distributed and embedding systems, complex theory and robotics.
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