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

Description

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

Table of Content


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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