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Applied Introductory Circuit Analysis for Electrical and Computer…

by Michael Reed

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0137876319, Hardcover)

This ground breaking text offers an alternative to the standard scheme to teaching circuit theory, for introductory, circuit courses taught to all engineering majors. Using a top-down approach and focusing on a single system application, it motivates the reader to see circuit theory as more than a dry, abstract set of ideas. In answering the application theme, "what limits the speed of a digital system," the reader sees the relationship between a set of basic physical principles and their application to a system they are familiar with (i.e., a personal computer).

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