Need help about books from Electrical and Electronic engineers


by mbsid786
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mbsid786
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Feb1-12, 12:19 PM
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I want to know about books for undergraduate engineering level for three subjects;
Linear Control Systems, Signal & Systems and Microprocessors.

I have Modern Control Engineering by Ogata, S&S by Oppeinhum, Intel Processors by Barry B. Brey and Schaum's Oultines Microprocessors.

I heard good comments about Control Systems Engineering by Norman S. Nise and Inside the Machine by Jon Stoke, any help pls?

Actually I really want to know what books are taught in American universities like MIT etc. and other reputed foreign universities, so that I can know what's happening around the engineering world out of my institute. Thanks.
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Feb2-12, 03:49 PM
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If you want to know what books the guys at MIT are using, there's not better way than to look at the MIT Open Course Ware site:

http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrica...puter-science/

For some courses books are recommended, for others you can even download the course notes.


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