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SIGNALS & SYSTEMS
Continuous and Discrete Signals and Systems
S. S. Soliman
M. D. Srinath, both of Southern Methodist Univ
An introductory but comprehensive treatment featuring separate coverage of
continuous-time and discrete-time signals and systems. Efforts are made to
intuitively interpret the mathematical results. Includes extensive examples to
enhance the engineering and physical context. For junior courses in EE.
CONTENTS: 1. Signal Representations. 2. Continuous Time Systems. 3. Fourier
Series Representation of Periodic Signals. 4. The Fourier transform. 5. The
Laplace transform. 6. Discrete-Time Systems. 7. Fourier Analysis of
Discrete-Time Systems. 8. Z-transform. 9. The Discrete Fourier transform.
10. Analog and Digital Filter Design.
@ 1990, 512pp., cloth (17125-6) 0-13-171257-8
SOLUTIONS MANUAL (17126-4) 0-13-171265-9
Signals and Systems
Huibert Kwakernaak, Univ of Twente, The Netherlands
Raphael Sivan, Technion
A comprehensive textbook for the junior Signals and Systems course in EE.
Includes a full treatment of difference and differential systems in their
input-output form and state form. The time domain analysis and the frequency
domain are equally emphasized. Discrete-and continuous-time systems are treated
in parallel. The book illustrates theory with many examples, and concludes with
three applications chapters: signal processing, communication and automatic
control. The book includes many 'hand" and 'computer" problems as well as the
application software needed to solve these problems, to be used on a PC.
CONTENTS: (NOTE: Chapters begin with an Introduction and conclude with Problems
and Computer Exercises.) 1. Overview of Signals and Systems. 2. An
Introduction to Signals. 3. An Introduction to Systems. 4. Difference and
Differential Systems. 5. State Description of Systems. 6. Expansion Theory
and Fourier Series. 7. Fourier transforms. 8. The z-and Laplace transforms.
9. Applications to Signal Processing and Digital Filtering. 10. Applications
to Communication. 11. Feedback and Applications to Automatic Control. A
Supplement: A Review of Complex Numbers, Sets and Maps. B Supplement: A Review
of Linear Spaces, Norms and Inner Products. C Supplement: An Introduction to
the Theory of Generalized Signals. D Supplement: Jordan Normal Form. E
Supplement: Proofs. Bibliography. Sigsys Tutorial. Index.
@ 1990,736pp., cloth (80925-1) 0-13-809252-4
SOLUTIONS MANUAL (80926-9) 0-13-809260-5
CONTROL THEORY
Modern Control Engineering, Second Edition
Katsuhiko Ogata, Univ of Minnesota
A revision of a classic book in introductory control engineering, organized in
three parts: 1) Analysis of control systems by conventional and state space
methods; 2) Control systems analysis and design by conventional methods; 3)
Control systems and analysis and design by state space methods. For courses in
ME, EE, Aero.
CONTENTS: (NOTE: Each chapter begins with an Introduction and concludes with
Example Problems and Solutions and Problems.) PART 1: BASIC ANALYSIS OF CONTROL
SYSTEMS BY CONVENTIONAL AND STATE-SPACE METHODS. 1. Introduction to Control
Systems Analysis. 2. Mathematical Modeling of Dynamic Systems. 3. Basic
Control Actions and Automatic Controllers. 4. Transient Response Analysis and
Steady-State Error Analysis. PART II: CONTROL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN BY
CONVENTIONAL METHODS. 5. Root-Locus Analysis. 6. Frequency Response Analysis.
7. Design and Compensation Techniques. PART III: CONTROL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND
DESIGN BY STATE-SPACE METHODS. 8. Describing Function Analysis of Nonlinear
Control Systems. 9. Analysis of Control Systems in State Space. 10. Design of
Control Systems by State Space Methods. Appendix: Vector-Matrix Analysis.
Definitions. Determinants. Inversion of Matrices. Rules of Matrix Operations.
Vectors and Vector Analysts. Eigenvalues, Eigenvectors, and Similarity
transformation. Quadratic Forms. Pseudoinverses. References. Index.
@ 1990, 960pp., cloth (58912-7) 0-13-589128-0
SOLUTIONS MANUAL (58913-5) 0-13-589136-1
Feedback Control Systems, Second Edition
J. Van de Vegte, Univ of Toronto
Revision of a highly successful introductory controls text, featuring expanded
treatment of state space design, root locus and frequency response design. Also
includes thoroughly modified multivariable frequency domain design, and more
design examples. For courses in ME, EE, Aero.
CONTENTS: (NOTE: Each chapter begins with an Introduction and ends with
Problems.) 1. Introduction and Linearized Dynamic Models. 2. Transfer Function
Models of Physical Systems. 3. Modeling of Feedback Systems and Controllers.
4. Transient Performance and the s-Plane. 5. The Performance and Dynamic
Compensation of Feedback Systems. 6. The Root Locus Method. 7. Frequency
Response Analysis. 8. Frequency Response Design. 9. Digital Control Systems.
10. Digital Control System Analysis and Design. 11. State Space Analysis. 12.
Introduction to State Space Design. 13. Multivariable Systems in the Frequency
Domain. 14. Nonlinear Control Systems. Appendix A: Vectors, Matrices, and
Determinants. Vectors and matrices. Vector and matrix operations. Determinants,
the inverse, and the rank of a matrix. Matrix calculus. Appendix B: Computer
Aids for Analysis and Design. Introduction. Roots of a polynomial. Step
response of a transfer function model. Root locus plots. Polar plots. Bode
plots. Subroutines. References. References. Index.
@ 1990,480pp., cloth (31365-0) 0-13-313651-5
SOLUTIONS MANUAL WITH DISK (31366-8) 0-13-313669-8
DISK (30837-9) 0-13-308370-5
Computer-Controlled Systems: Theory and Design, Second Edition
Karl Johan Astrom
Bjorn Wittenmark, both of Lund Institute of Technology, Sweden
A revision of a best-selling text by world renowned authors, brought up to date
with the newest developments in the field. Features more practical aspects with
respect to design methods and implementation. For senior/graduate courses in
EE, ME, Aero, Chem E.
CONTENTS: (NOTE: Chapters begin with an Introduction and conclude with a
Summary, Problems, and References.) 1. Computer Control. 2. Sampling of
Continuous Time Signals. 3. Computer-Oriented Mathematical Models: Discrete
Time Systems. 4. Process-Oriented Models. 5. Analysis of Discrete Time
Systems. 6. Disturbance Models. 7. Design: An Overview. 8.'ftanslation of
Analog Design. 9. State Space Design Methods. 10. Pole-Placement Design Based
on Input-Output Models. 11. Optimal Design Methods: State-Space Approach. 12.
Optimal Design Methods: Input-Output Approach. 13. Identification. 14.
Adaptive Control. 15. Implementation of Digital Controllers. Appendices: A.
Examples. B. Matrix Functions. C. Simnon - An Interactive Simulation Program.
D. Proof of Theorem 10.1. Index.
@ 1990, 560pp., cloth (1 6860-9) 0-13-168600-3
SOLUTIONS MANUAL (16861-7) 0-13-168618-6
Digital Control and Estimation: A Unified Approach
Richard Middleton
Graham Goodwin, both of the Univ of Newcastle, Australia
Presents discrete and continuous control and estimation theory in a unified
fashion using the delta operator. Contains heavy emphasis on numerical,
practical and implementation issues. For a senior/graduate course in EE, ME,
Aero, Chem E.
CONTENTS: (NOTE: Each chapter ends with a Summary, References, and Problems.)
1. Introduction. 2. Continuous Time Models. 3. Discrete Time Models. 4.
Transform Techniques. 5. transfer Functions. 6. Frequency Response. 7.
Classical Control System Analysis. 8. Time Domain Analysis of Systems. 9.
Pole Assignment. 10. Optimal State Estimation. 11. Optimal Control. 12.
Parameter Estimation. 13. Design Considerations. 14. Implementation Issues in
Digital Control. 15. An Industrial Case Study. Introduction. Roll eccentricity
control for strip rolling mills. Appendix A. Hardware Aspects of Digital to
Analog Interfacing. Appendix B: Numerical Issues in Control. Appendix C:
Numerical Issues in Optimal Filtering. Appendix D: CAD Soft. ware for Control
System Design. Appendix E: Real Time Software. Appendix F: Convergence Analysis
of a Typical Adaptive Control Algorithm.
@ 1990,576pp., cloth (21166-4) 0-13-211665-0
SOLUTIONS MANUAL (21167-2) 0-13-211673-1
Digital Control System Analysis and Design, Second Edition
Charles L. Phillips, Auburn Univ
H. Troy Nagle, North Carolina State Univ
Revision of the best-selling digital control text, featuring expanded treatment
of modern control analysis and design, and system identification. For courses
in EE, ME, Aero.
CONTENTS: (NOTE: All chapters begin with an Introduction, and most conclude
with a Summary, References, and Problems.) 1. Introduction. 2. Discrete-Time
Systems and the z-Transform. 3. Sampling and Reconstruction. 4. Open-Loop
Discrete-Time Systems. 5. Closed-Loop Systems. 6. System Time-Response
Characteristics. 7. Stability Analysis Techniques. 8. Digital Controller
Design. 9. Pole-Assignment Design and State Estimation. 10. Linear Quadratic
Optimal Control. 11. Sampled-Data Transformation of Analog Filters. 12.
Digital Filter Structures. 13. Microcomputer Implementation of Digital
Filters. 14. Finite-Wordlength Effects. 15. Case Studies. Servomotor system.
Environmental chamber control system. Aircraft landing system. Appendices: 1.
Design Equations. 2. The Signal Flow Graph Technique. 3. Evaluation of E*(s).
4. Review of Matrices. 5. Second-Order Module Subroutines. 6. Eighth-Order
Cascaded Filter Routines. 7. z-1yansform Tables.
@ 1990, 656pp., cloth (21359-5) 0-13-213596-5
SOLUTIONS MANUAL (21361-1) 0-13-213612-0
CONTROL SYSTEMS PROGRAMS: IBM PC VERSION-5-1/4" disk (17124-9) 0-13-171240-3
CONTROL SYSTEMS PROGRAMS: IBM PS2 VERSION-3-1/2" disk (17123-1) 0-13-171232-2
Optimal Control: Linear Quadratic Methods
Brian D.O. Anderson
John B. Moore, both of Australian National Univ
Presents linear optimal control theory from an engineering point of view. This
text by world renowned authors aims to construct bridges between classical
control results and modern control theory.
CONTENTS: PART I: BASIC THEORY OF THE OPTIMAL REGULATOR. 1. Introduction. 2.
The Standard Regulator Problem-I. 3. The Standard Regulator Problem-II.
4.'ftacking Systems. 5. Properties of Regulator Systems with a Classical
Control Interpretation. 6. Asymptotic Properties and Quadratic Weights
Selection. 7. State Estimator Design. 8. System Design Using State
Estimators. 9. Frequency Shaping. 10. Controller Reduction. 11. Digital
Controllers. Appendices: A. Brief Review of Some Results of Matrix Theory. B.
Brief Review of Some Major Results of Linear System Theory. C. The Pontryagin
Minimum Principle and Linear Optimal Control. D. Lyapunov Stability. E. The
Riceati Equation. Index.
@ 1990,400pp., cloth (63856-9) 0-13-638560-5
SOLUTIONS MANUAL (63857-7) 0-13-638578-8
Applied Nonlinear Control
Jean-Jacques E. Slotine
Weiping Li, both of Massachusetts Institute of Technology
CONTENTS: (NOTE: Chapters conclude with Summary, Notes and References, and
Problem Sets.) 1. Introduction. PART 1: NON-LINEAR SYSTEMS ANALYSIS. 2.
Lyapunov Stability Analysis. 3. Stability Criteria Based on Lyapunov
Analysis. 4. Describing Function Analysis. PART II: NONLINEAR CONTROL SYSTEM
DESIGN. 5. Feedback Linearization. 6. Sliding Control. 7. Control of
Nonlinear Multi-Input Physical Systems. 8. Adaptive Control and Parameter
Estimation. PART III: APPLICATIONS. 9. Robot Control: Free Motion. 10. Robot
Control: Constrained Motion. 11. Other Applications. References. Index.
@ 1990,352pp., cloth (04089-9) 0-13-040890-5
SOLUTIONS MANUAL (04090-7) 0-13-040908-1
Fundamentals of Robotics: Analysis and Control
Robert J. Schilling, Clarkson Univ
A complete overview of the fundamentals of robotics. Case study examples of
educational, industrial and generic robots are discussed. Class demonstration
software is provided with the laboratory manual.
CONTENTS: Robotic Manipulation. Direct Kinematics: The Arm Equation. Inverse
Kinematics: Solving the Arm Equation. Workspace Analysis and Trajectory
Planning. Differential Motion and Statics. Manipulator Dynamics Robot Control.
Robot Vision. Task Planning. Appendices.
@ 1990, 496pp., Cloth (34443-2) 0-13-344433-3
INSTRUCTOR'S MANUAL (34447-3) 0-13-344474-0
LABORATORY MANUAL AND SOFTWARE (34444-0) 0-13-344441-4
Remote Control of Robots
Robert Parkin, Univ of Lowell
This book describes robotic control and manipulation through the point-plane
method. The book is packaged with software that allows the user to manipulate
robots based on the author's formulas. For undergraduate courses in Robotics,
Kinematics of Robotics, or Control of Robots.
CONTENTS: Relationship of Vectors, Points, Lines, Planes, Spheres and Circles.
Movement and Imaging. Joint Specification and Robotic Classification. Robotic
Capability. Forward Kinematic Solutions. Inverse Kinematic Solutions.
Parametric Description of Curves. Path Control. Dynamics. Actuators and Their
Control.
@ 1990, cloth (77339-0) 0-13-773391-7
Robotic Manipulation Strategies
Michael A. Peshkin, Northwestern Univ
In automated planning of grasping or manipulation, one must consider
manipulation on a surface on which a workpiece may slide. This book addresses
the question of predicting the motion of such a workpiece, and then how to
build that understanding into the manipulation plans. For courses in Robot
Motion Control.
@ 1990,128pp., Cloth (78149-2) 0-13-781493 :i
Fault Diagnosis in Dynamic Systems: Theory and Application
Frank Patton, York Univ
M. Clark, Washington Univ
Paul Frank, Universitat-GH-Duisburg, West Germany
State-of-the art reference on Fault Diagnosis in Control. Covering Kalman
Filters, parameter estimation, pattern recognition, diagnosability,
non-destructive testing and a survey of knowledge-based approaches as well as
many other techniques.
CONTENTS: State of the Art. State Estimation Schemes for Instrument Fault
Detection. Fault Diagnosis Based on State Estimation with Reduced Parameter
Sensitivity. Robust Fault Diagnosis Techniques Using Engine Structure
Assignment Observers. Fault Detection, Detectability and Optimal Sensor
Location. Band limiting Filter Approach to Fault Detection. Process Fault
Diagnosis Based on Dynamic Models and Parameters. Estimation Methods.
Model-based Diagnosis Methods. Fault Detection in Nuclear Reactors with the Aid
of Parametric Modeling Methods. Fault Detection and Accommodation Based on
Sequential Decision Theory. A Component Fault Diagnosis Approach to
Nondestructive Testing. A Multiple Model Adaptive Filtering Approach to Fault
Diagnosis in Stochastic Systems. Statistical Methods for Fault Diagnosis of
Dynamic Systems. Fault Detection Threshold Determination Using Markov Theory.
Fault Diagnosis Based on Pattern Recognition.
@ 1990,464pp., Cloth (30826-2) 0-13-308263-6
Automatic Flight Control Systems
Donald McLean, The Univ of Southampton, England
A senior-level text and reference guide. Covers in detail the subject of
stability control, aircraft dynamics and modern control theory appropriate to a
treatment of automatic flight control systems for fixed wing and rotary wing
aircraft. All the principal AFCS modes are covered and the effects of
atmospheric turbulence and structural flexibility of the air frame upon the
performance of the AFCS are treated. Appropriate for Control Systems courses in
Electrical Engineering.
CONTENTS: Control of Aircraft Flight. Equations of Motion. Aircraft Dynamics
and Stability. Dynamic Effects of Structural Flexibility on Aircraft Motion.
Atmospheric Disturbances and Their Effects on Aircraft Motion. Flying and
Handling Qualities. Control System Design Methods-1. Control System Design
Methods-2. Stability Augmentation Systems. Attitude Control Systems. Path
Control Systems. Active Control Systems. Rotocraft Control Systems. Digital
Control Methods. Redundancy Techniques. Adaptive Flight Control Systems. Future
Flight Control Systems. Appendices.
@ 1990,550pp., Cloth (05400-7) 0-13-054008-0
Analysis and Design of Discrete Linear Control Systems
Vladimir Kucera, Institute of Information Theory and Automation, Prague
This text provides advanced and detailed coverage of discrete-time or
sampled-data linear control systems. Presents students with a synthesis of
state-space and transfer-function approaches to the design of state regulators
and observers, dynamical output feedback, and feedforward compensation. For
Control Theory and Discrete-time Systems courses in Electrical Engineering.
CONTENTS: Preliminary Mathematics. Linear Systems. State Feedback. State
Estimation. Output Feedback. Feedback and Feedforward.
@ 1990,448pp., Cloth (03308-4) 0-13-033085-X
Applied Process Control: A Case Study
R. B. Newell
P. L. Lee, Univ of Queensland
This supplementary text demonstrates the application of control theory
techniques to a typical industrial process. The book illustrates a number of
different control techniques applied to one process-the evaporator. The book
assumes a prior or concurrent course in the Theory of Process Control and aims
at bridging the gap between theory and practice. For senior/graduate-level
courses in Process Control in depts. Of chemical, industrial, mechanical and
EE.
@ 1989,150pp., Cloth (04094-9) 0-13-040940-5
INSTRUCTOR'S MANUAL (04096-4) 0-13-040965-0
Real-Time Software for Control: Program Examples in C
David M. Auslander
Cheng H. Tham, both of the Univ of California at Berkeley
This book is intended for engineering professionals who are interested in
designing and implementing systems that incorporate computers, most often
microprocessors. In particular, it addresses the problems arising from the need
for the computer to interact with the system on the basis of either scheduled
events or external events.
CONTENTS: Synchronous Programming. Time. Asynchronous Signal Processing. Data
Structures. Multiple Independent Processes. The Operator's Consoles. Priority
Scheduling. Event Driven Scheduling. Task Organization and Scheduling for a
Control System. Bibliography. Index.
@ 1990,320pp., Cloth (76282-3) 0-13-762824-2
DISK INCLUDED
System Identification and Control Design Using P.I.M. + Software
Ioan Dore Landau, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
CONTENTS: Analog Control Systems-A Review. Computer Control Systems. Digital
Controller Design Methods. Design of Digital Controller in the Presence of
Random Disturbances. System Identification-The Bases. Recursive Identification
Methods. Practical Aspects of System Identification. Practical Aspects of
Controller Design. Appendices. References. Index
@ 1990, 272pp., Cloth (88078-1) 0-13-880782-5
DISK INCLUDED
Servo Motor and Motion Control Using Digital Signal Processors
Yasuhiko Dote, Univ of Tennessee
CONTENTS: PART I: BACKGROUND. Digital Servo Motor Control Components. Control
Theory Overview. Motion Control. PART II: DIGITAL CONTROL AND SIGNAL
PROCESSING. Digital Robust Control Algorithms. Sensors and Signal Processing.
PART III: SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION. Implementation Issues of Digital Servo Motor
and Motion Control Algorithms with a TMS 320. Control Program Development
Procedures Using a TMS 320. Implementation of Position, Speed and Force
Controls with a TMS 320. Appendices.
@ 1990, 240pp., Cloth (80702-4) 0-13-807025-3
DISK INCLUDED
System Identification
Torsten Soderstrom, Upsala University
Petre Stoica, Polytechnical Institute of Bucharest
This comprehensive text is designed to accommodate readers at varying levels.
Abundant detailed examples address beginners, while many advanced results are
cited for researchers and experts in the field. Provides an excellent
theoretical background for those interested in the applications of system
identification.
CONTENTS: Introduction. Introductory Examples. Nonparametric Methods. Linear
Regression. Input Signals. Model Parametrizations. Prediction Error Methods.
Instrumental Variable Methods. Recursive Identification Methods. Identification
of Systems Operating in Closed Loop. Model Validation and Model Structure
Determination. Some Practical Aspects. Appendices.
@ 1989,560pp., Cloth (88123-5) 0-13-881236-5
TEACHER'S MANUAL (88124-3) 0-13-881244-6
SIGNAL PROCESSING
Digital Signal Analysis, Second Edition
Samuel D. Stearns, Sandia National Laboratories
Don R. Hush, The Univ of New Mexico
CONTENTS: Introduction. Review of Least Squares, Orthogonality, and the Fourier
Series. Review of Continuous Transforms, Transfer Functions, and Convolution.
Sampling and Measurement of Signals. The Discrete Fourier Transform. The Fast
Fourier Transform. The z-transform. Nonrecursive Digital Systems. Recursive
Digital Systems. Digital and Continuous Systems. Simulation of Continuous
Systems. Analog and Digital Filter Design. Review of Random Functions,
Correlation, and Power Spectra. Least Squares System Design. Random Sequences
and Spectral Estimation. Appendices.
@ 1990, 496pp., Cloth (21311-6) 0-13-213117-X
SOLUTIONS MANUAL (21312-4) 0-13-213125-0
DISK INCLUDED
PC-DSP:
5-1/4" IBM Version
3-1/2" IBM Version
Oktay Alkin, Southern Illinois Univ, Edwardsville
An interactive, menu-driven digital signal processing book/disk package with
full graphic capabilities. Includes signal generation, basic DSP operations,
digital filter design and spectrum analysis. For use in any Digital Signal
Processing course.
CONTENTS: (BOTH VERSIONS): 1. Getting Started. Hardware requirements. Contents
of the PC-DSP program diskette. Backing up your PC-DSP diskette. Executing
PC-DSP. PC-DSP command line options. PC-DSP environment variables. 2. Basic
PC-DSP Concepts. PC-DSP menu structure, PC-DSP variables. 3. Data Generation,
Input, and Output. Sample-by-sample entry of sequences. Generating linear ramp
sequences. Editing discrete sequences. Random sequences. Discrete window
functions. Synthesis of more complex waveforms. Drill problems. 4. PC-DSP
Built-In Functions. Fast Fourier transform. Convolution and correlation.
Power-series method for Chirp-Z transform. Inverse-Z transform. A study of
window functions. Drill problems. 5. PC-DSP Graphics. Specifying variables to
be graphed. Graphics formatting options. Loading and saving graphics Files.
Printing graphics on a dot matrix printer. 6. Finite-Impulse-Response Filters.
McClellan-Parks-Rabiner algorithm. Fourier series design of FIR filters.
Least-squares design of FIR Filters. Frequency-domain analysis. FIR filter
implementation. Drill problems. 7. Infinite-Impulse-Response Filters. Entering
IIR filter specifications. IIR filter design. Analysis of the designed filter.
IIR processing of data. Analyzing externally designed filters. Drill problems.
8. Power Spectrum Estimation. Periodogram estimate of PSD (Power Spectral
Density). Welch's method of averaging periodograms. Maximum entropy method
moving average and ARMA methods. Modified Prony method. Drill problems. 9.
Expanding Capabilities of PC-DSP. 10. A Radar Processing Example: Estimation of
PSD of Closely Spaced Sinusoids in the Presence of Noise. Appendix: Function
Reference List.
5-1/4" IBM Version: @ 1990, 200PP., book/disk package (65520-9) 0-13-655200-5
3-1/2" IBM Version: @ 1990, 200pp., book/disk package (65445-9) 0-13-654450-9
DISK INCLUDED
Discrete-Time Signal Processing
Ad W. M. Van Den Enden
Niek A. M. Verhoeckx, both of Philips Research Laboratories, Eindhoven
This text provides a clear treatment of the basic principles of discrete-time
signal processing as used in applications such as Compact Disc players and
various kinds of modern professional electronic equipment. The main part of the
book covers the basics - which are independent of rapidly changing technology;
and the final few chapters provide information about the state of the art - and
describe an integrated switched-capacitor filter, two integrated digital signal
processors and the actual application of digital signal processing in
television receivers, audio, and analog-to-digital conversion.
CONTENTS: PART I: GENERAL THEORY. Introduction. Continuous-Time Signals and
Systems. Conversion from Continuous-time Signals to Discrete-Time Signals and
Vice Versa. Discrete-time Signals and Systems. The DFT and the FFT. Overview of
Signal transforms. Filter Structures. Design Methods for Discrete Filters.
Multirate Systems. Finite Word Length in Digital Signals and Systems. PART II:
CASE STUDIES. An Integrated Switched-Capacitor Filter for Viewdata (van
Roermund and Coppelmans). Digital Signals Processing in Television Receivers
(Annegarn, Hillesen, and Raven). Digital Audio: Examples of the Application of
the ASP Integrated Signal Processor (Persoon and Vandenbulcke). A Digital
'Decimaling' Filter for Analog-to-Digital Conversion of Hi-Fi Audio Signals
(van der Kam). Developments in Integrated Digital Signal Processors and the PCB
5010 (van Meerbergen).
@ 1989,400pp., Cloth (21676-2) 0-13-216763-8
TEACHER'S MANUAL (21602-8) 0-13-216029-3
Digital Signal Processing
Inmos Limited
Discusses the application of the INMOS Digital Signal Processing family of
devices. Will be of interest to electronic engineers and computer scientists
interested in very high performances of Digital Signal Processing.
CONTENTS: IMS A100 Cascadable Signal Processor. IMS A110 Image and Signal
Processing Sub-System. IMS A121 2-D Discrete Cosine Transform Image Processor.
IMS B009 DSP System Evaluation Board. IMS D703 DSP Development System. Digital
Filtering with the IMS AIOO. Discrete Fourier Transform with the IMS A100.
Correlation and Convolution with the IMS A100. Complex (I & Q) Processing with
the IMS A100. Hardware Considerations with the IMS A100. Image Processing with
the IMS A100. Cascading IMS All0s. The IMS A110 Backend Post Processor.
@ 1989, 200pp. (21280-3) 0-13-2l2804-7
Two-Dimensional Signal and Image Processing
Jae S. Lim, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
This up-to-date volume offers a clear and thorough exploration of the concepts
and techniques of two-dimensional signal and image processing. The first six
chapters cover the fundamentals of two-dimensional signal processing, including
the z-transform, stability, discrete Fourier and cosine transforms, FFTS, the
design of finite and infinite impulse response filters, and spectral
estimation. The remaining four chapters are devoted to the fundamentals of
digital image processing with coverage of image processing basics, image
enhancement, image restoration, and spectral estimation.
CONTENTS: Signals, Systems and the Fourier Transform. The z-Transform. The
Discrete Fourier Transform. Finite Impulse Response Digital Filters. Infinite
Impulse Response Filters. Spectral Estimation. Image Processing Basics. Image
Enhancement. Image Restoration. Image Coding. Index.
@ 1990, 880pp., Cloth (93532-0) 0-1 3-935322-4
Digital Signal Processing In VLSI
Richard J. Higgins, Georgia Institute of Technology
Analog Devices, Inc.
An all-inclusive study of DSP algorithms, and the special purpose DSP hardware
ICs and software tools necessary to implement the techniques, this two-part
reference explores the best of both worlds: fundamental ideas and applications.
Coverage focuses on the new tools available through IC chips optimized for DSP
algorithm and real-world signals, and how to use DSP chips without violating
fundamental DSP laws. Familiar examples walk readers through some of the more
difficult theories and applications including the z-transform.
CONTENTS: Real-World Signal Processing. Sampled Signals and Systems. The
Discrete Fourier transform and the Fast-Fourier transform Algorithm. Digital
Filters. The Bridge to VLSI. Real DSP Hardware. Software Development for the
DSP System. DSP Applications. Bibliography. Index.
@ 1989, 608pp., Cloth (21288-6) 0-13-212887-X
Real Time DSP Applications with Motorola DSP56001
Mohamed El-Sharkawy
This is the first book to introduce Motorola's digital signal processing chip
the DSP56001 and its Application Development System (ADS).
CONTENTS: Introduction to the DSP56001 and the Application Development System
(ADS). Introduction to the Application Development Tools. The DSP56001
Architecture and Instruction Set. Digital Signal Processing on the DSP56001.
Sampling, Aliasing and Pre-Filtering. The Fast Fourier Transform with the
DSP56001. Finite and Infinite Impulse Response Digital Filters on the DSP56001.
Adaptive Finite Impulse Response Filter on the DSP56000 and DSP56200. Adaptive
Infinite Impulse Response Filter on the DSP56001. Spectrum Analyzer with a
DSP56001. Noise Canceller with a DSP56001. Tunable Filters with a DSP56001.
Companding Routine and Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation with a
DSP56001. Appendices.
@ 1990,592 pp., paper (76713-7) 0-13-767138-5
DISK INCLUDED
Digital Signal Processing Laboratory Using the TMS32OC25
Bernard A. Hutchins
Thomas W. Parks, both of Cornell Univ
This manual is designed as a self-study tutorial for a digital signal
processing laboratory. Students will be introduced to real-time digital signal
processing using the Texas Instruments TMS32OC25 Digital Signal Processing (DP)
microcomputer.
CONTENTS: Fundamental Ideas of a DSP-Chip-Based Laboratory. Basic Assembly
Language Programming for the TMS320 Family. Introductory Programs and
Experiments. Some Concepts of More Advanced Programming. Intermediate Level
Projects. Advanced Projects.
@ 1990, paper (21172-2) 0-13-211723-1
DISK INCLUDED
Neural Networks: An Introduction to Theory and Applications
Bart Kosko, Univ of Southern California
Presents the mechanics of the modern computational theory of neural networks.
Special emphasis on unsupervised learning and feedback stability. Appropriate
for courses in Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, Psychology and
Biology.
CONTENTS: PART I: LEARNING. Unsupervised Associate Learning. Competitive
Learning in Vision. Supervised Learning with Gaussian Potentials. PART II:
SIGNAL AND IMAGE PROCESSING. Image Processing. Speech Recognition. Adaptive
Cumulant Estimation. PART III: HARDWARE. Optical Neural Networks. VLSI Neural
Networks. PART IV: ADDITIONAL APPLICATIONS. Adaptive Robotics. Schema Networks.
Fuzzy Associative Memories.
@ 1990, 512pp., Cloth (61143-4) 0-13-611435-0
SOLUTIONS MANUAL (61144-2) 0-13-611443-1
Text Compression
Timothy C. Bell
John G. Cleary
Ian H. Witen, all of the University of Calgary
This book explains a new generation of language-independent 'universal'
compression methods from the conceptual to the implementation level, including
full details of algorithms and comprehensive performance comparisons. For
courses in Communication Algorithms or Data Communications.
CONTENTS: Why Compress Text? Information and Models. Adaptive Models. Modeling
Natural Language. From Probabilities to Bits. Context Modeling. State-based
Modeling. Dictionary Techniques. Choosing Your Weapons. Glossary. The Wider
View. References. Subject Index.
@ 1990, 368pp., Cloth (91199-0) 0-13-911991-4
Machine Vision and Digital Image Processing
Louis J. Galbiati, SUNY College of Technology, Utica
This book provides fundamental knowledge necessary to understand machine vision
and digital imaging technology. It is designed for students and individuals in
industry who do not have any previous experience or knowledge in the vision
field and is organized in a building-block approach.
CONTENTS: Introduction to Machine Vision. What Is a Vision System? Fundamental
Concepts of Image Processing. Image Acquisition Signal Parameters. Image
Processing. Edge Enhancement. Bar Coding.
@ 1990, 240 pp., cloth (54204-3) 0-13-542044-X
C Language Algorithms for Digital Signal Processing
Paul M. Embree, Philips Ultrasound
Bruce Kimble, Semaphore Corporation
This book discusses the utility of C data structures for signal processing
tasks. It is intended to be a tool for developing efficient, compact, and
accurate programs for use in particular DSP applications.
CONTENTS: Digital Signals Processing Fundamentals. C Programming Fundamentals.
Users Interface and Disk Storage Routines. Filtering Routines. Discrete Fourier
Transform Routines. Matrix and Vector Routines. Image Processing Routines.
Appendices.
@ 1990, cloth (13340-5) 0-1 3-133406-9
SOLUTIONS MANUAL (13809-9) 0-13-138090-7
DISK INCLUDED
COMMUNICATIONS
Fundamental Concepts in Communication
Pierre Lafrance, Johns Hopkins Univ
Presents a detailed mathematical description of the essential areas that are
the foundation of communication engineering. Stresses the importance of
fundamental performance limits. For a senior/graduate course in Communication
Theory.
CONTENTS: 1. Introduction to Communication. The scope of communication. A
guided tour of the book. 2. Signal Theory. Linear algebra of signal spaces.
Signal representations. The dimensionality of continuous signals. Matched
filtering. 3. Noise. Fundamental concepts in probability. The central Emit
theorem. The physics and mathematics of noise. 4. Information Theory and
Coding. Measuring information. Channel capacity. Source coding. Channel coding.
5. Statistical Detection Theory. Statistical inference. Maximum-likelibood
estimation. Neyman Pearson statistics. 6. Communication Performance in AWGN.
Coherent communication in AWGN. Non-coherent communication in AWGN. Resource
utilization efficiency. 7. Error Control Coding. General principles. Linear
block codes. 8. Rate-Distortion Theory. Definitions and fundamental limit.
Applications.
@ 1990, 448pp., Cloth (33573-7) 0-13-335738-4
SOLUTIONS MANUAL (33574-5) 0-13-335746-5
Error Control Coding: An Introduction
Peter Sweeney, Univ of Surrey
Senior/graduate-level introduction to the important techniques of error control
coding. Subjects are taught through examples and demonstration of the
principles in action, moving from simple codes through to highly complex
systems. Prepares and encourages readers to consult reference texts for further
details and advanced topics.
CONTENTS: The Principles of Coding. Linear Block Codes. Cyclic Codes. Block
Codes Based on Finite field Arithmetic. Convolutional Codes. Coding for Bursty
Channels. Concatenation of Codes. Error Detection Techniques. Combined Coding
and Modulation. Code Selection.
@ 1990,300pp., Cloth (28411-7) 0-13-284118-5
INSTRUCTOR'S MANUAL (28414-1) 0-13-284142-8
Computers, Interfaces, and Communication Networks
Serge Collin, Consultant Engineer
A concise overview and examination of computer networks, coding, links,
interconnection equipment, public and local networks, and optimization.
CONTENTS: The Physical Structure of Networks. Coding of Information. Parallel
Links. Serial Links. Data Processing Networks: Interconnection Equipment and
Standards. Protocols. Information Routing. Public and Local Networks Using
Packet Communication. Security of Communication in Networks. Networks and
Distributed Databases. Network Optimization.
@ 1990,160pp., Paper (16307-1) 0-13-163073-3
Communication Systems for Industrial Automation
Michael G. Rodd
Farzin Deravi, both of the Univ of Wales
Graduate-level introduction presenting the concepts of industrial networking as
the basis for CIM, working on a framework of the ISO reference model, and
examining MAP and real-time considerations in factory networks.
CONTENTS: The Basis of Computer Integrated Manufacture (CIM). The Nature of
Data in Computer Integrated Manufacture. Communication Requirements for CIM.
Network Architecture. Network Hardware. Network Access. An Introduction to MAP.
The Fieldbus Concept. MAP to Reality. Real-time in Factory Communication
Systems-A Review.
@ 1990, 646pp., Cloth (15237-1) 0-13-152372-4
Communication Networks for Manufacturing
Juan R. Pimenter, GMI Engineering and Management Institute
This volume addresses computer and device interconnection encountered in
intelligent systems and automated manufacturing systems.
CONTENTS: Introduction to Local Area Networks. Background for OSI Lower Layers.
The Physical Layer. The Data Link Layer. The Network Layer. The transport
Layer. Background for OSI Upper Layers. The Session Layer. The Presentation
Layer. The Application Layer. Introduction to Automated Manufacturing. Network
and Protocol Implementation. LAN Design and Performance. Manufacturing
Applications. Ada Concepts. Who's Who in Standards. MAP/TOP Architectures.
ASN.1 with MMS Encoding Examples.
@ 1990, 640pp., Cloth (15440-1) 0-13-154402-0
Metropolitan Microwave Network: Design and Implementation
Michael Wang, Planning Research Corporation, Inc.
CONTENTS: The Metropolitan Network. Objectives. Equipment Selection. System
Engineering. Frequency Coordination. Field Survey. General Scope of Work.
Project Coordination. Appendix.
@ 1990, 208pp., Cloth (57972-2) 0-13-579723-3
Electronic Communications
William Sinnema Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
Robert G. McPherson
This book is a comprehensive study of electronic communication circuits and
systems, aimed primarily at the technology student.
CONTENTS: Introduction. Passive RF Circuits. Matching Circuits. Oscillators.
Active RF Circuits. Amplitude Modulation. Single Sideband. Frequency and Phase
Modulation. Noise. Telephone System Concepts. Digital Communications. Data
Communications Techniques. Transmission Lines and Waveguides. Wave Propagation.
Antennas. Fiber Optic Communications. Cellular Radio. Satellite Communications.
@ 1990,350pp., Cloth (25145-4) 0-13-251455-9
The Open Book: A Practical Perspective on OSI
Marshall T. Rose, NYSERNET Inc.
This up-to-date text provides a comprehensive description of the technology and
polities of Open Systems Interconnection (OSI). In particular, it focuses on
the pragmatic aspects of OSI: What OSI is, how OSI is implemented, and how OSI
is integrated with existing networks.
CONTENTS: PART I: AN INTRODUCTION TO OSI. 1. Introduction to Open Systems. 2.
Models, Conventions, and Notation. PART II: END-TO-END SERVICES. 3.
Introduction to End-to-End Services. 4. Network Services. 5. Transport
Services. PART III: APPLICATION SERVICES. 6. Introduction to Application
Services. 7. Session Services. 8. Abstract Syntax. 9. Presentation Services.
10. Application Service Elements. 11. OSI Applications. PART TV-. TRANSITION TO
OSI. 12. Introduction to Transition. 13. Protocol-Based Approaches. 14.
Service-Based Approaches. 15. Scenarios for Transition. A. Ordering the ISODE.
@ 1990, cloth (64301-5) 0-13-643016-3
The Matrix: Computer Networks and Conferencing Systems Worldwide
John S. Quarterman, Texas Internet Consulting
This book offers detailed descriptions of numerous computer network and
conferencing systems and their interconnections. It provides an overview of the
technology and standards that underlie the systems and includes sketches of the
history of the Matrix and the communities it supports.
CONTENTS: PART I: BACKGROUND. 1. Introduction. 2. Users' Services. 3. Uses. 4.
Layers and Protocols. 5. Management Protocols. 6. Administration. 7. History
and Future. 8. Standards Bodies. PART II: THE MATRIX. 9. The Matrix. 10.
Worldwide Networks. 11. The Internet. 12. North America. 13. Europe. 14.
Australia. 15. Far East. 16. Southeast Asia. 17. South Asia. 18. Latin America.
19. Middle East. 20. Africa. 21. Commercial Systems. Appendices: Public Data
Networks. Computer Mediated Communication and the Law. Trademarks. Index.
@ 1989,700pp., Paper (56560-6) 0-13-565607-9
Megabit Data Communications: A Guide for Professionals
John I Powers, Jr.
Henry Stair, II, both of IBM Corp.
This is a complete guide describing practical applications of megabit speed
digital transmission technologies, products, and services. It is directed at
managers, engineers, planners, and designers who deal directly with digital
communications. It offers comprehensive coverage of ISDN networks, T-Carrier
services and related hardware, AT&T's DATAPHONE@ digital services, Telex and
TWX, voice technologies, fiber optic transmission techniques, and much more.
The information will help readers understand and evaluate available products
and services, and intelligently diagnose and repair system problems.
CONTENTS: Digital Communications. Digital Technology. Digital Services. Digital
Interfaces. T-Carrier Systems. Digital Interface Units. Digital
Synchronization. Common Carrier Digital Services. Satellite Technology. Fiber
Optic Technology. Private Digital Services. Time Division Multiplexers.
Multi-Vendor Integration. Integrated Services Digital Networks. Glossary.
Index.
@ 1990, 432pp., Cloth (57356-8) 0-13-573569-6
ISDN Systems: Architecture, Technology, and Applications
Pramode K. Verma, AT&T Bell Laboratories
This book provides a complete overview of the entire ISDN technology base. It
introduces the basic ISDN concept and its salient features including ISDN
standards and the VLSI technology essential to implementing ISDN.
CONTENTS: Theoretical Foundations of Digital Communication, B. R. Saltzberg.
ISDN: A Pragmatic Approach, R. K. Verma. ISDN Physical Interfaces, R. Komiya.
ISDN Signaling Protocols, S. Kano. The ISDN Standardization Process, A M.
Rutkowski. ISDN Devices, C. Laub. ISDN Applications, E. K Bower. ISDN
Multimedia Services, S. B. Weinstein, Evolution of ISDN, G.Luderen
@1990, 336pp., Cloth (50573-5) 0-13-505736-1
Fiber Optic Communication Systems Design
Robert J. Hoss
This state-of-the-art guide presents standard fiber optic design practice that
can be used to develop telecommunications networks today and in the future, and
offers complete coverage on the topic - from the presentation of basic
performance relationships associated with fiber technology to the methodology
for transmission systems design, regardless of the currency of the component
design.
CONTENTS: Introduction to Fiber Optic transmission System Design. Defining the
Requirements and Standards. Fiber Optic Component Specifications. Signal to
Noise Ratios in the Optical System. Modulation Encoding and Multiplexing.
Systems Performance Analysis. System Architecture. Network Availability and
Cost Performance.
@l990, 384pp., Cloth (30858-5) 0-13-308586-4
Computer Networks Protocol Design
Gerard J. Holzmann, AT&T Bell Laboratories
Emphasizing methods for deriving sound solutions, this volume provides
guidelines for the design of protocols that are logically consistent. Protocol
design issues - such as error control and flow control schemes - are covered in
detail as examples of the application of sound design principles.
CONTENTS: Five Basic Elements of a Protocol, Protocol Structuring and Flow
Control. Error Control Techniques. Protocol Specification and Modeling. The
Extended Finite-State Machine. PROTO, the Protocol Modeling Language. Automated
Synthesis. Conformance Testing. Protocol Validation. How to a Build
Preprocessor. How to Build a Simulator. How to Build an Automated Validator.
@ 1990, cloth (53992-4) 0-13-539925-4
Network Computing Architecture
Lisa Zahn
Terence H. Dineen
Paul J.Leach
Elizabeth A. Martin
Nathaniel W. Mishkin
Joseph N. Pato
Geoffrey L. Wyant, all of Apollo Computer Inc.
This volume provides protocol specifications for NCA components that systems
architects and programmers can use when implementing NCA. It defines and
describes: The NCA Remote Procedure Call (NCA/RPC) Facility; the Network
Interface Definition Language (NIL); The Network Data Representation Protocol
(NDR); and the Location Broker Protocol (NCA/LB).
CONTENTS: An Overview of NCA. NCA Fundamentals. NCA Network Model. NCA/RPC
Packet Definition. NCA/RPC Finite State Machine Definitions, Notations, and
Conventions. NCA/RPC Client Protocol Specification. NCA/PRC Server Protocol
Specification. Conversation Manager Interface. NIDL Grammar. Network Data
Representation. NCA/LB Specification. Appendices. Glossary. Index.
@ 1990, paper (61167-3) 0-13-611674-4
Network Computing System Reference Manual
Mike Kong
Terence Dineen
Elizabeth Martin
Nathaniel Mishkin
Joseph Pato
Geoffrey Wyant, all of Apollo Computer Inc.
This book describes Version 1.5.1 of the Network Computing System (NCS), a set
of tools for heterogeneous distributed computing. It details the implementation
of the Network Computing Architecture protocol specification, with special
attention to the network computing kernel, remote procedure calls, and the
Network Interface Definition Language. It provides examples written in C for
Apollo workstations as well as other UNIX workstations, including SLTN and DEC.
CONTENTS: Introduction to NCS. NCS Concepts. NCS Software. Writing Interface
Definitions. Developing Distributed Applications. NIDL C Syntax. NIDL Pascal
Syntax. Special Topics. Error_$ Calls. Lb_$ Calls. pfm_$ Calls. pgm_$ Calls.
rpc_$ Calls. rrpc-$ Calls. Socket_$ Calls. uuid_$ Calls. Daemons and Utilities.
Files. Appendices. Glossary. Index.
@ 1990, approx. 416pp., Paper (61708-4) 0-13-617085-4
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
Biosensors
Elizabeth Hall, Institute of Biotechnology, Univ of Cambridge
This guide to biosensors is invaluable to students and professionals from a
wide range of life science disciplines who want to know more about the exciting
possibilities for future development of biosensor technology. It introduces the
molecular biology and biochemistry which form the basis of biosensor
technology, and goes on to describe the various types of biosensors and their
applications - both scientific and commercial.
CONTENTS: Introduction. Biosensors in Context. The Biomolecule Reviewed.
Ion-Selective Potentiometric Measurement. Semiconductor Electrodes.
Amperometric Assay Techniques. Photometric Techniques. Cell Based Biosensors.
Amperometric Biosensors. Potentiometric Type Biosensors. Evolving Optical
Biosensors. Other Transducing Techniques.
@ 1989, 224pp., Cloth. No further Information available at press time.
Biological Effects and Medical Applications of Electromagnetic Energy
Om. P. Gandhi, Ed. Univ of Utah
Written by an international team of experts in their respective areas, this
book focuses on the important and biological aspects of the bioelectromagnetic
fields.
CONTENTS: PART I: GENERAL. 1. Introduction to Electromagnetic Fields, Om. R
Gandhi. 2. RF Field Exposure Standard: Current Limits and the Relevant
Bioeffects Data, Michael H. Repacholi. 3. The ANSI Radiofrequency Safety Guide
- Its Rationale, Some Problems, and Suggested Improvements, ONLR Gandhi. PART
II: ELECTROMAGNETIC BIOENGINEERING. 4. Environmental and Professionally
Encountered EM Fields, K Hansson Mild and K G. Lovstrand. 5. Electrical
Properties of Biological Substances, Maria A Stuchly and Stanislaw S. Stuchly.
6. Numerical Methods for SAR Calculations, Om. P Gandhi. 7. Experimental
Techniques and Instrumentation, Howard L Bassen and Tadeusz M. Babij. 8. EM
Energy Absorption in Man and Animals, Om.R Gandhi. PART III: BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS
AND HEALTH IMPLICATIONS. 9. Biological Effects on ELF and 60-Hz Fields, L. E.
Anderson. 10. Biological Effects of RF EM Fields-Overview, Stephen R Cleary.
11. Thermophysiological Effects of EM Radiation, Eleanor R Adair 12. The
Auditory Perception of Pulsed Microwave Radiation, James C. Lin. 13. Behavioral
Effects of EM Fields, John A. D'Andrea and John O. Delorge. 14. Cellular
Effects of RF EM Fields, Stephen R Cleary. 15. Teratogenesis: Nonionizing EM
Fields, Mary Ellen O'Connor 16. Biological Effect of millimeter Wave
Irradiation, Shirley Motzkin. 17. Epidemiologic Studies of Cancer and EM
Fields, Charlotte Silverman PART IV-. MEDICAL APPLICATIONS. 18. Hyperthermia
for Cancer Therapy, Carl H. Curney and Douglas A Christensen. 19. Potential EM
Techniques in Medical Applications, Magdy R Iskander. PART V: MISCELLANEOUS.
20. Some misconceptions about EM Fields, Their Effects and Hazards, John M.
Osepchuk.
@1990, cloth (08272-7) 0-13-082728-2
Radiation Biophysics
Edward A. Alpen
This book provides broad coverage of radiation biophysics in a quantitative and
rigorous fashion. It progresses from the physical interactions to the
radiochemical interactions to the biological sequelae. Finally, it deals with
the latent effects of ionizing radiation in organized living systems, in
particular, man.
@ 1990, cloth (75048-9) 0-13-750480-2
Neural Prostheses: Fundamental Studies
William F. Agnew
Douglas B. McCreery
This book explores the technologies of neural stimulation and provides a
foundation from which generations of future neural stimulation systems will be
built. Discusses how the pathophysiological reactions to mechanical
intervention can be controlled or eliminated. Presents coverage of the
materials currently available for the construction of neural stimulators.
Outlines the margin of safety for various stimulation protocols.
CONTENTS: The History of Neural Stimulation and Its Relevance to Future Neural
Prostheses. Electrochemical Guidelines for Selection of Protocols and Electrode
Materials for Neural Stimulation. Electrical Excitation of Nerve.
Pathophysiology of Peripheral Nerve Injury with Special Reference to Electrode
Implantation. Overview of Peripheral Nerve Electrode Design and Implantation.
Effect of Prolonged Electrical Stimulation of Peripheral Nerve. Electrical
Excitation of CNS Neurons. Biocompatibility of Electrodes and Materials in the
Central Nervous System. Effect of Prolonged Electrical Stimulation of the
Central Nervous System. Application and Safety of Cochlear Prostheses.
Mechanisms of Stimulation-Induced Neural Damage and Their Relation to
Guidelines for Safe Stimulation.
@ 1990, cloth (61544-3) 0-13-615444-1