This book focuses on the math and science fundamentals of the information revolution and shows readers how engineers create and design the technology around them. Applications are drawn from a wide array of modern devices and systems seen today. Chapter topics include the world of modern engineering, creating digital music, designing digital instruments, making digital images, math you can see, digitizing the world, networks and the Internet, compressing information, correcting digital errors, keeping data private, digital processing of signals, communication channels, the wireless world, bandwidth, designing networks, and hardware for digital storage and imaging. For individuals trying to realize the relevance of technology in the 21st century and related career opportunities.In addition, she has developed and taught a freshman level laboratory-based introductory electrical engineering course and a sophomore ... Over the past ten years she has developed interactive tutorials with dynamic visual presentation of basic concepts to supplement ... He pioneered, at Rose, the use of Computer Algebra Systems (such as Maple and Mathematica) in teaching electrical engineering.
|Title||:||Multimedia and Information Engineering|
|Author||:||Geoffrey C. Orsak, Ravindra A. Athale, Scott C. Douglas, David C. Munson, Mark A. Yoder|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2001-09-01|