Solution Manual for Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals, 4/E 4th Edition M. Morris Mano, Charles Kime$55.00
For one- to two-semester Computer Science and Engineering courses in logic and digital design.
Featuring a strong emphasis on the fundamentals underlying contemporary logic design using hardware description languages, synthesis, and verification, this book focuses on the ever-evolving applications of basic computer design concepts with strong connections to real-world technology.
For non-electrical engineering majors taking the introduction to electrical engineering course.
Electrical Engineering: Concepts and Applications is the result of a multi-disciplinary effort at Michigan Technological University to create a new curriculum that is attractive, motivational, and relevant to students by creating many application-based problems; and provide the optimal level of both range and depth of coverage of EE topics in a curriculum package.
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A practical yet thorough treatment of compiler construction.
Crafting a Compiler is an undergraduate-level text that presents a practical approach to compiler construction with thorough coverage of the material and examples that clearly illustrate the concepts in the book. Unlike other texts on the market, Fischer/Cytron/LeBlanc uses object-oriented design patterns and incorporates an algorithmic exposition with modern software practices. The text and its package of accompanying resources allow any instructor to teach a thorough and compelling course in compiler construction in a single semester. Crafting a Compiler serves as an ideal reference and tutorial.
Solution Manual for Introduction to Linear Algebra for Science and Engineering, 2/E 2nd Edition Daniel Norman, Dan Wolczuk$35.00
Norman/Wolczuk’s An Introduction to Linear Algebra for Science and Engineering has been widely respected for its unique approach, which helps students understand and apply theory and concepts by combining theory with computations and slowly bringing students to the difficult abstract concepts. This approach includes an early treatment of vector spaces and complex topics in a simpler, geometric context. An Introduction to Linear Algebra for Science and Engineering promotes advanced thinking and understanding by encouraging students to make connections between previously learned and new concepts and demonstrates the importance of each topic through applications.
Extracted from the highly successful Foundations of Electrical Engineering by the same author, this book gives a one-semester of electric circuits suitable for majors or nonmajors. Concepts and vocabulary are defined clearly and accurately, key unifying ideas in electric circuits are identified with icons in the margins, and problem solving techniques are presented in the many examples.
The book presents basic circuit analysis techniques, first and second-order transient analysis, AC circuit theory, transient and steady state circuit analysis based on complex numbers, and an introduction to electric power systems.
The presentation assumes knowledge of basic physics and calculus and is ideal for electrical engineering students with one course in circuits. Used with Foundations of Electronics, this book is ideal for a one-semester course in circuits and electronics for physics, engineering, or computer science students.