Textbooks Published by Michigan Publishing
Circuit Analysis and Design, Ulaby, Maharbiz and Furse, 798 pages.
Signals and Systems: Theory and Applications, Ulaby and Yagle, 666 pages.
Image Processing For Engineers, Yagle and Ulaby, 450 pages.
Introduction to Probability for Data Science, Stanley Chan, 688 pages.
PDF Downloads are free, student editions of Multisim and Labview Software are available for free at http://multisim.com and http://ni.com/labview/. Hardcopies are available from University of Michigan Publishing at cost of printing, $60-$75.
We are offering these four textbooks to any and all students and
instructors interested in using them - along with their companion
websites - in courses focused on circuits
(2-semester sequence), signals and systems (2-semester sequence), image processing, and probability for data science.
Textbooks Published by Affiliate Institutions
Microwave and RF Design, 5 volumes, by Michael Steer, NC State University.
"What Every EE Student Must Know," written by EE student Ali Al Qaraghuli, 74 pages.
Introduction to Communication Systems: An Interactive Approach Using the Wolfram Language, by Victor Frost, University of Kansas.
With Compliments of the Authors
Fawwaz Ulaby, Emmett Leith Distinguished Professor of EECS, University of Michigan
Andrew Yagle, Emeritus Professor of EECS, University of Michigan
Michel Maharbiz, Professor of EECS, Univesity of California, Berkeley
Cynthia Furse, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Utah
Stanley Chan, Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University
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Why Free Books?
Very simple answer: Over the past 30 years, the consumer price index
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This free-textbooks project represents a collective effort by the
four authors listed below to address the textbook-price problem faced
by students, albeit in only one narrow area within only one discipline,
but it's a start. Over the past 30 years, we published numerous highly
successful textbooks with several publishers, so we decided to combine
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