The Electrical Engineering Handbook – Wai-Kai Chen – 1st Edition

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The purpose of The Electrical Engineering Handbook is to provide a comprehensive work covering the broad spectrum of electrical engineering in a single volume. It is
written and developed for the practicing electrical engineers in industry, government, and academia. The goal is to provide the most up-to-date information in classical fields of circuits, electronics, electromagnetics, electric power systems, and systems, while covering the emerging fields of VLSI systems, digital systems, computer engineering, computeraided and optimization techniques, signal processing, digital communications, and networks.

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  • I: Circuit Theory
    1 - Linear Circuit Analysis
    2 - Circuit Analysis: A Graph-Theoretic Foundation
    3 - Computer-Aided Design
    4 - Synthesis of Networks
    5 - Nonlinear Circuits

    II: Electronics
    1 - Investigation of Power Management Issues for Future Generation Microprocessors
    2 - Noise in Analog and Digital Systems
    3 - Field Effect Transistors
    4 - Active Filters
    5 - Junction Diodes and Bipolar Junction Transistors
    6 - Semiconductors
    7 - Power Semiconductor Devices

    III: VLSI Systems
    1 - Logarithmic and Residue Number Systems for VLSI Arithmetic
    2 - Custom Memory Organization and Data Transfer: Architectural Issues and Exploration Methods
    3 - The Role of Hardware Description Languages in the Design Process of Multinature Systems
    4 - Clock Skew Scheduling for Improved Reliability
    5 - Trends in Low-Power VLSI Design
    6 - Production and Utilization of Micro Electro Mechanical Systems
    7 - Noise Analysis and Design in Deep Submicron Technology
    8 - Interconnect Noise Analysis and Optimization in Deep Submicron Technology

    IV: Digital Systems and Computer Engineering
    1 - Computer Architecture
    2 - Multiprocessors
    3 - Configurable Computing
    4 - Operating Systems
    5 - Expert Systems
    6 - Multimedia Systems: Content-Based Indexing and Retrieval
    7 - Multimedia Networks and Communication
    8 - Fault Tolerance in Computer Systems—From Circuits to Algorithms
    9 - High-Level Petri Nets-Extensions, Analysis, and Applications

    V: Electromagnetics
    1 - Magnetostatics
    2 - Electrostatics
    3 - Plane Wave Propagation and Reflection
    4 - Transmission Lines
    5 - Guided Waves
    6 - Antennas and Radiation: I Antenna Fundamentals
    7 - Microwave Passive Components
    8 - Computational Electromagnetics: The Method of Moments
    9 - Computational Electromagnetics: The Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method
    10 - Radar and Inverse Scattering
    11 - Microwave Active Circuits and Integrated Antennas

    VI: Electric Power Systems
    1 - Three-Phase Alternating Current Systems
    2 - Electric Power System Components
    3 - Power Transformers
    4 - Introduction to Electric Machines
    5 - High-Voltage Transmission
    6 - Power Distribution
    7 - Power System Analysis
    8 - Power System Operation and Control
    9 - Fundamentals of Power System Protection
    10 - Electric Power Quality

    VII: Signal Processing
    1 - Signals and Systems
    2 - Digital Filters
    3 - Methods, Models, and Algorithms for Modern Speech Processing
    4 - Digital Image Processing
    5 - Multimedia Systems and Signal Processing
    6 - Statistical Signal Processing
    7 - VLSI Signal Processing

    VIII: Digital Communication and Communication Networks
    1 - Signal Types, Properties, and Processes
    2 - Digital Communication System Concepts
    3 - Transmission of Digital Signals
    4 - Modulation and Demodulation Technologies
    5 - Data Communication Concepts
    6 - Communication Network Architecture
    7 - Wireless Network Access Technologies
    8 - Convergence of Networking Technologies

    IX: Controls and Systems
    1 - Algebraic Topics in Control
    2 - Stability
    3 - Robust Multivariable Control
    4 - State Estimation
    5 - Cost-Cumulants and Risk-Sensitive Control
    6 - Frequency Domain System Identification
    7 - Modeling Interconnected Systems: A Functional Perspective
    8 - Fault-Tolerant Control
    9 - Gain-Scheduled Controllers
    10 - Sliding-Mode Control Methodologies for Regulating Idle Speed in Internal Combustion Engines
    11 - Nonlinear Input/Output Control: Volterra Synthesis
    12 - Intelligent Control of Nonlinear Systems with a Time-Varying Structure
    13 - Direct Learning by Reinforcement,
    14 - Software Technologies for Complex Control Systems
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