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The increasing number of applications, requiring a knowledge of the theory of signals and systems, and the rapid developments in digital systems technology and fast numerical algorithms call for a change in the content and approach used in teaching the subject. I believe that a modern signals and systems course should emphasize the practical and computational aspects in presenting the basic theory. This approach to teaching the subject makes the student more effective in subsequent courses. In addition, students are exposed to practical and computational solutions that will be of use in their professional careers.
This book is my attempt to adapt the theory of signals and systems to the use of computers as an efficient analysis tool. A good knowledge of the fundamentals of the analysis of signals and systems is required to specialize in such areas as signal processing, communication, and control. As most of the practical signals are continuous functions of time, and since digital systems are mostly used to process them, the study of both continuous and discrete signals and systems is required. The primary objective of writing this book is to present the fundamentals of time-domain and frequency-domain methods of signal and linear time-invariant system analysis from a practical viewpoint.
This book will also be useful for self-study. Answers to selected exercises, marked ∗, are given at the end of the book. A Solutions manual and slides for instructors are also available on the website (www.wiley.com/ go/sundararajan). I assume responsibility for any errors in this book and in the accompanying supplements, and would very much appreciate receiving readers’ suggestions and pointing out any errors (email address: d [email protected]). I am grateful to my editor and his team at Wiley for their help and encouragement in completing this project. I thank my family and my friend Dr A. Pedar for their support during this endeavor.