Random Walks and Electric Networks
by Peter G. Doyle, J. Laurie Snell
Publisher: Dartmouth College 2006
Number of pages: 118
In this work we will look at the interplay of physics and mathematics in terms of an example where the mathematics involved is at the college level. The example is the relation between elementary electric network theory and random walks.
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by Louis Scharf - Connexions
The book is written for an experimental freshman course at the University of Colorado. We wanted to pique student' interest in engineering by providing with exposure to the types of problems that electrical and computer engineers are asked to solve.
This is an introductory text about electric circuits. It covers the basics of electric circuit theory, circuit analysis, and touches on circuit design. It is a companion reference for a 1st year of an Electrical Engineering undergraduate curriculum.
by Tony R. Kuphaldt
Standard undergraduate text in signals and linear systems theory for advanced undergraduates with a background in calculus and differential equations. The book is fast-paced and challenging, an excellent reference for practicing engineers.
by Weiji Wang - BookBoon
Basic principles of digital signals and associated digital systems. The book is written for those beginners who want to gain an overview of the topic, understand the basic methods and know how to deal with basic digital signals and systems.