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Engineering mathematics : a foundation for electronic, electrical, communications, and systems engineers /
Anthony Croft, Robert Davison, Martin Hargreaves.
edition
3rd ed.
imprint
Harlow, England : Prentice Hall, 2001.
description
xxiii, 969 p. : ill. + 1 computer optical disc (4 3/4 in.)
ISBN
0130268585
format(s)
Book
Holdings
A Look Inside
Summaries
Long Description
This important new edition provides a complete course in engineering mathematics for degree and diploma students in electronic, electrical, systems and telecommunications engineering.  It can be used throughout 1st and 2nd year degree programmes. It is also extremely relevant to the growing areas of computer, software and design engineering.   The authors are experienced teachers of mathematics to engineering students.  They have written several highly acclaimed textbooks in this area. Available with this text is a CD-based testing and assessment package, with interactive multi-choice, multi-answer and hot-spot questions that allow students to test their understanding of the key topics.  Ideal for reinforcing learning during the course or pre-examination revision, all questions will provide detailed student feedback on-screen, and also direct students to the relevant section or page in the text for further study.  A networkable version of the CD for use in diagnostic assessment is also available for purchase by university departments.
Long Description
This important new edition provides a complete course in engineering mathematics for degree and diploma students in electronic, electrical, systems and telecommunications engineering. It can be used throughout 1st and 2nd year degree programmes. It is also extremely relevant to the growing areas of computer, software and design engineering. The authors are experienced teachers of mathematics to engineering students. They have written several highly acclaimed textbooks in this area.Available with this text is a CD-based testing and assessment package, with interactive multi-choice, multi-answer and hot-spot questions that allow students to test their understanding of the key topics. Ideal for reinforcing learning during the course or pre-examination revision, all questions will provide detailed student feedback on-screen, and also direct students to the relevant section or page in the text for further study. A networkable version of the CD for use in diagnostic assessment is also available for purchase by university departments.
Bowker Data Service Summary
This text presents the "how" & "why" of engineering mathematics, carefully balancing techniques with conceptual understanding. The objective throughout is to give students the confidence & skills to solve both simple & complex engineering.
Long Description
This important new edition provides a complete course in engineering mathematics for degree and diploma students in electronic, electrical, systems and telecommunications engineering. It can be used throughout 1st and 2nd year degree programmes. It is also extremely relevant to the growing areas of computer, software and design engineering.The authors are experienced teachers of mathematics to engineering students. They have written several highly acclaimed textbooks in this area.Available with this text is a CD-based testing and assessment package, with interactive multi-choice, multi-answer and hot-spot questions that allow students to test their understanding of the key topics. Ideal for reinforcing learning during the course or pre-examination revision, all questions will provide detailed student feedback on-screen, and also direct students to the relevant section or page in the text for further study. A networkable version of the CD for use in diagnostic assessment is also available for purchase by university departments.
Table of Contents
Preface
Review Of Algebraic Techniques
Engineering Functions
The Trigonometics Functions
Coordinate Systems
Discrete Mathematics
Sequences And Series
Vectors
Matrix Algebra
Complex Numbers
Differentiation
Techniques Of Differentiation
Application Of Differentiation
Integration
Techniques Of Integration
Applications Of Integration
Further Topics In Integration
Numerical Integration
Taylor Polynomials, 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
Key Results
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