This book presents a comprehensive treatment of signals and linear systems at an introductory level. The text emphasizes the physical appreciation of concepts . Signal Processing and. Linear Systems. B. P. Lathi ij. Berkeley Cambridge Press the material from my earlier popular book Linear Systems and Signals. Incorporating new problems and examples, the second edition of Linear Systems and Signals features MATLAB(R) material in each chapter and at the back of.
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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. This book is pretty good example of what all can go wrong in a educational text. The black-and-white anx tiresome to go through sytsems makes it even more uninteresting than it may already be for some.
There are very little pictures, and whilst there are examples, the text is lacking many specific scenarios that would certainly assist someone attempting to learn about signal processing or any of the topics covered.
There is no “answers to odd-numbered exercises” appendix in this text, leading to further frustration with aystems to check work, or get some pointers on how to go about the exercise in general. There are some pretty handy MATLAB examples throughout the text, however, which serve useful in answering problems and studying the methods to approach certain scenarios with. When looking at the whole picture, though, I cannot recommend this book to anyone who has the choice of purchasing it.
It is vaguely written, pretty dry overall author attempts to use comic scenes occasionally to no effectand has a horrendous solutions bt with bad questions in general as well. It doesn’t claim to be anything more than that.
One note of caution: I found myself referring back to my circuit analysis and calculus books constantly for clues to help me read this. I do have one complaint about this book: In my opinion the chapters do not contain enough information to allow you to confidently solve the chapter exercise problems. Even worse, there are no back-of-the-book answers so you often have no idea if you’re doing anything correctly.
The solutions manual is also pretty much impossible to find for this version so a lot of the exercises involve either looking in other books for answers or blindly shooting in the dark. That said, I definitely think that this book is a keeper for anyone planning on pursuing a career involving signals, communications or controls. I have several of Lathi’s texts and I have been a ‘fan’ for years.
This text is quite comprehensive, presented at the ‘junior’ level in Lathi’s inimitable style. I like the integrated approach to continuous and discrete time systems.
In my opinion this is the best way to present ‘signals’ material in today’s world of technology. Lathi has done a good integration here. This text would make a good introductory textbook on the signals and systems subject and covers more material than could reasonably be covered in a one semester class.
Nevertheless that is a good thing, and many students will choose to keep it for future reference in their professional careers. The material is all intrinsic and fundamental and presented in an integrated fashion. Timeless stuff, relevant, will never go out of style. I don’t understand why some people complain about this book. This book has the best explanation.
Every theorems are derived from down-to-earth basics. It not only is easier to understand, but also gives intuition to approach advanced problems. One downside is the order of contents.
This textbook introduces Laplace and z before Fourier. I learned by Oppenheim’s textbook in the class, but now I use Lathi’s textbook as a reference. Lathi’s has better explanation everall, especially convolution chapter. This book is one of the finest written.
It’s deep with insight; rich in examples and exercises, and leaves nothing untouched. It is large book that spans hundreds of pages, so if you’re looking for something slimmed down and bit more superficial that skims the surface of the subject this is not the book for you. This book was relatively okay.
It starts with the bottom up approach so that things will make sense as you continue on the chapters. First it systeme to introduce you to signals and the various types, then it starts teaching you methods of solving equations to continuous and discrete systems. Then it jumps into Fourier Series and then to Fourier Transforms. It is filled with tons of examples with easy anr understand solutions. The author also tries to repeat the same ideas a bunch of times throughout each systsms since there are a lot of parallels between chapters.
Now on to the things that I did not like about this book. The writing is a bit complicated to understand unless you’ve already had experience with circuits and mechanics Most likely you will really understand only one of these.
Nothing really stands out in the book, since everything is written either signaks black or shades of grey. Also the practice problems at the end of the chapters are way harder than the examples in the chapters. There is no official solutions manual for the book and none of the answers for the problems are posted on the back of the book, so there is really no way to tell whether you are right or wrong.
Other than these few issues, the book is still relatively good. Then again this is an outdated edition of the book, so there really is no need to actually purchase this version b.lathi the book unless for nostalgia’s sake or someone is forcing you to.
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