1st Edition

Linear Circuit Theory Matrices in Computer Applications

By Jiri Vlach Copyright 2014
    464 Pages 518 B/W Illustrations
    by Apple Academic Press

    464 Pages 518 B/W Illustrations
    by Apple Academic Press

    This comprehensive textbook covers all subjects on linear circuit theory, with the emphasis on learning the subject without an excessive amount of information. This unique approach stresses knowledge rather than computer use to start and differs from other books by introducing matrix algebra early in the book. The book’s 290 problems are meant to be solved using matrix algebra, which provides the reader with a strong foundation on which to build.

    Basic Concepts
    Nodal and Mesh Analysis
    Matrix Methods
    Dependent Sources
    Network Transformations
    Capacitors and Inductors
    Networks with Capacitors and Inductors
    Frequency Domain
    Laplace Transformation
    Time Domain
    Network Functions
    Active Networks
    Modeling and Numerical Methods
    Modified Nodal Formulation
    Fourier Series and Transformation
    Appendix: Scaling of Linear Networks


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