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# Engineering Mathematics A Foundation for Electronic Electrical Communications and Systems Engineers

Engineering Mathematics A Foundation for Electronic, Electrical, Communications and Systems Engineers Fourth Edition by Anthony Croft, Robert Davison, Martin Hargreaves and James Flint | PDF Free Download.

• Review of algebraic techniques
• Engineering functions
• The trigonometric functions
• Coordinate systems
• Discrete mathematics
• Sequences and series
• Vectors
• Matrix algebra
• Complex numbers
• Differentiation
• Techniques of differentiation
• Applications of differentiation
• Integration
• Techniques of integration
• Applications of integration
• Further topics in integration
• Numerical integration
• Taylor polynomialsp Taylor series and Maclaurin series
• Ordinary differential equations I
• Ordinary differential equations II
• The Laplace transform
• Difference equations and the z transform
• Fourier series
• The Fourier transform
• Functions of several variables
• Vector calculus
• Line integrals and multiple integrals
• Probability
• Statistics and probability distributions

## Preface to Engineering Mathematics PDF Book

Audience

This book has been written to serve the mathematical needs of students engaged in a first course in engineering at degree level.

It is primarily aimed at students of electronic, electrical, communications and systems engineering. Systems engineering typically encompasses areas such as manufacturing, control and production engineering.

The book will also be useful for engineers who wish to engage in self-study and continuing education.

Motivation

Engineers are called upon to analyse a variety of engineering systems, which can be anything from a few electronic components connected together through to a complete factory.

The analysis ofthese systems benefits from the intelligent application of mathematics. Indeed, many cannot be analysed without the use of mathematics.

Mathematics is the language of engineering. It is essential to understand how mathematics works in order to master the complex relationships present in modern engineering systems and products.

Aims

There are two main aims ofthe book. Firstly, we wish to provide an accessible, readable introduction to engineering mathematics at degree level. The second aim is to encourage the integration of engineering and mathematics.

Content

The first three chapters include a review of some important functions and techniques that the reader may have met in previous courses.

This material ensures that the book is self-contained and provides a convenient reference. Traditional topics in algebra, trigonometry and calculus have been covered.

Also included are chapters on set theory, sequences and series, Boolean algebra, logic, difference equations and the z transform.

The importance of signal processing techniques is reflected by a thorough treatment of integral transform methods.

Thus the Laplace, z and Fourier transforms have been given extensive coverage. In the light of feedback from readers, new topics and new examples have been added in the fourth edition.

Recognizing that motivation comes from seeing the applicability of mathematics we have focused mainly on the enhancement of the range of applied examples.

These include topics on the discrete cosine transform, image processing, applications in music technology and communications engineering.