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Author: Brian David Outram Anderson,S. Vongpunitlerd
ISBN13: 978-0136110538
Title: Network Analysis and Synthesis: A Modern Systems Approach (Prentice-Hall electrical engineering series. Prentice-Hall networks series)
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Publisher: Prentice Hall; First Edition edition (January 1973)
Pages: 592

Network Analysis and Synthesis: A Modern Systems Approach (Prentice-Hall electrical engineering series. Prentice-Hall networks series) by Brian David Outram Anderson,S. Vongpunitlerd

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Geared toward upper-level undergraduates and graduate students, this book offers a comprehensive look at linear network analysis and synthesis. It explores state-space synthesis as well as analysis, employing modern systems theory to unite the classical concepts of network theory. 1973 edition.
Reviews: 2
this book seems to be directed towards mathematicians rather than engineers...

What to and what not to expect:

When the authors say "A modern systems theory approach" it means this: space-state matrices galore, AKA pages and pages of space state equations, theorem after theorem, lemma after lemma, proof after proof, basically a math academic and very theoretical book. Do not let all the fancy circuits on the cover fool you, do NOT expect to see many circuits or electrical networks (there are some of course), but expect to see page after page of mathematical derivations and proofs. Do not expect several applied examples on how to synthesize different practical electrical networks, filters, etc...

Imagine a theoretical math book with some electrical networks applications and you wouldnt be too far from what this book is, instead of an engineering book which uses math to support the final goal which are electrical networks, this book focuses more on the mathematics and how to solve the equations and less on the engineering, you can literally go through 100 pages without seeing any electrical (or any kind for that matter) networks, just pages and pages of matrices and theorems. Let me provide a better picture by mentioning some of the chapter names:

- Chapter 3: State-space equations and transfer function matrices.
- Chapter 5: Positive Real Matrices and Positive Real Lemma
- Chapter 6: Computations of solutions of the Positive Real Lemma Equations
- Chapter 7: Bounded Real Matrices and the Bounded Real Lemma: The State-Space Description of Reciprocity

Of course, in order to truly master the art of network synthesis you must know all that, BUT to me its the lack of engineering focus what causes trouble to read it. An engineer looking to synthesize electrical networks, or to design filters, etc... will have a really hard time reading this book. Yet, both the cover and the abstract of the book suggest this is clearly a book full of circuits.

So why am I giving it 4 stars if my review is so critic? Well, it is a very good book, it is well written and goes deep into the subject. I dont think this book will teach you how to design practical electrical networks or circuits, but it definitely adds a good amount of information to the picture, and for someone looking on the academic side of things who wants to know all the derivations, and solely focus on network analysis then this book will serve its purpose. I also believe the price of the book is relatively low compared to the rest of the books on the subject.

However, if you are actually looking for a book full of circuits, filters, and real electrical network synthesis, then the book you are looking for is Network Analysis and Synthesis by Franklin F. Kuo, same title, completely different content.
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