Mathematics for Engineers

Mathematics for Engineers

By: Gerard Hebuterne (author), Georges Fiche (author)Hardback

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This book offers comprehensive coverage of all the mathematical tools needed by engineers in the field of processing and transport of all forms of information, data and images - as well as many other engineering disciplines. It provides essential theories, equations and results in probability theory and statistics, which constitute the basis for the presentation of signal processing,information theory, traffic and queueing theory, and reliability. The mathematical foundations of simulation are also covered. The book's accessible style will enable students, engineers and researches new to this area to advance their knowledge of communication and other engineering technologies; however, it will also serve as a useful reference guide to anyone wishing to further explore this field.

About Author

Georges Fiche has worked at Alcatel-Lucent for more than 20 years, where he has acted as Technical Coordinator for Performance Standardization and as Performance Manager for the design of Alcatel products. Gerard Hebuterne has been a member of the research lab at France telecom for 20 years. He is currently a professor and is responsible for the "Network" Department in INT ( a French school of higher education).


Preface. Chapter 1. Probability Theory. Chapter 2. Probability Laws. Chapter 3. Statistics. Chapter 4. Signal Theory. Chapter 5. Information and Coding Theory. Chapter 6. Traffic Queueing Theory. Chapter 7. Reliability Theory. Chapter 8. Simulation. Appendix. Mathematical Refresher. Bibliography. Index.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781848210554
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 436
  • ID: 9781848210554
  • weight: 776
  • ISBN10: 1848210558

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