- Incorporates the use of MATLAB to help readers visualize and understand the mathematics and solve problems requiring heavy computation
- Brings relevance to the material through many examples, most drawn from the engineering and scientific literature
- Introduces the z transform, of great importance in digital technologies
- Includes a new chapter on the Hilbert transform, crucial to work in communications
- Incorporates a wealth of examples from the scientific and engineering literature and an abundance of exercises that help build problem-solving skills
A solutions manual is available with qualifying course adoptions.
Resoundingly popular in its first edition, Dean Duffy's Advanced Engineering Mathematics has been updated, expanded, and now more than ever provides the solid mathematics background required throughout the engineering disciplines. Melding the author's expertise as a practitioner and his years of teaching engineering mathematics, this text stands clearly apart from the many others available.
Relevant, insightful examples follow nearly every concept introduced and demonstrate its practical application. This edition includes two new chapters on differential equations, another on Hilbert transforms, and many new examples, problems, and projects that help build problem-solving skills. Most importantly, the book now incorporates the use of MATLAB throughout the presentation to reinforce the concepts presented. MATLAB code is included so readers can take an analytic result, fully explore it graphically, and gain valuable experience with this industry-standard software.