Introduction to Linear, Time-Invariant, Dynamic Systems for Students of Engineering
by William Hallauer
Publisher: Virginia Tech 2016
Number of pages: 439
The book is a formal college engineering textbook, complete with homework problems at the end of each chapter. It will be understandable and enlightening for students of engineering system dynamics, a valuable teaching resource for course instructors, and a useful reference for self-study and review.
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