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Winter 2016 EECS Online Textbooks

Below is a list of Winter 2016 EECS course textbooks that are available electronically through the library. To access the electronic version, click on the title of the book, then click on the "Available Online" link that appears in the catalog record. If you run into problems accessing an e-book, please report them to Ask a Librarian.

THIS IS NOT AN OFFICIAL TEXTBOOK LIST. Books listed here may be either required textbooks or supplemental texts. Your faculty will provide you the titles of required textbooks for your classes. All engineering textbooks are available on course reserve at the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library.

EECS Online Textbooks

EECS 101 (Ringenberg)
Blown to bits: your life, liberty, and happiness after the digital explosion by Hal Abelson, Ken Ledeen and Harry Lewis. 2008. Addison-Wesley. 0137135599. Platform: HathiTrust.

EECS 381 (Kieras)
The C++ programming language by Bjarne Stroustrup. 4th ed. 2013. Addison-Wesley. 9780321563842. Platform: Safari Books Online. (Please note: This particular e-book is available through Safari which has a 7 concurrent user limit. It may not be available to students at all times.) 

The C programming language by Brian W. Kernighan and Dennis M. Ritchie. 2nd ed. 1988. Prentice Hall. 0131103628. Platform: Safari Books Online. (Please note: This particular e-book is available through Safari which has a 7 concurrent user limit. It may not be available to students at all times.) 

The C++ standard library: a tutorial and reference by Nicolai M. Josuttis. 2nd ed. 2012. Addison-Wesley. 9780321623218. Platform: Safari Books Online.(Please note: This particular e-book is available through Safari which has a 7 concurrent user limit. It may not be available to students at all times.) 

EECS 398 Section 001 (Scott)
Information science by David G. Luenberger. 2006. Princeton University Press. 0691124183. Platform: Ebook Library (Access to this e-book is limited to 3 concurrent users).

EECS 478 (Hayes)
Logic synthesis and verification algorithms by Gary Hachtel and Fabio Somenzi. 2006. Springer. 9780387310046. Platform: SpringerLink.

Switching and finite automata theory by Zvi Kohavi and Niraj K. Jha. 3rd ed. 2010. Cambridge University Press. 9780521857482. Platform: ebrary.

EECS 494 Sections 001 and 002 (Bond)
Introduction to game design, prototyping, and development: from concept to playable game - with unity and C#. 2014. Addison-Wesley Professional. 9780321933164. Platform: Safari Books Online (Please note: This particular e-book is available through Safari, which has a 7 concurrent user limit. It may not be available to students at all times.)

EECS 501 (Pradhan)
Probability and random processes for electrical and computer engineers by John A. Gubner. 2006. Cambridge University Press. 9780521864701. Platform: Cambridge Books Online (Access to this e-book is limited to 3 concurrent users).

EECS 539 (Galvanauskas)
Laser physics by Peter W. Milonni and Joseph H. Eberly. 2010. Wiley-Blackwell. 9780470409718. Platform: Wiley Online Library.

Laser physics by Peter W. Milonni and Joseph H. Eberly. 2010. Wiley-Blackwell. 9780470409718. Platform: Books 24x7.

Laser physics by by Peter W. Milonni and Joseph H. Eberly. 2010. Wiley-Blackwell. 9780470409718. Platform: ebrary.

​EECS 549 (Radev)
Introduction to information retrieval by Christopher D. Manning, Prabhakar Raghavan, and Hinrich Schutze. 2008. Cambridge University Press. 9780521865715. Platform: Safari Books Online (Please note: This particular e-book is available through Safari which has a 7 concurrent user limit. It may not be available to students at all times.) 

EECS 557 (Subramanian)
Communication networks: an optimization, control, and stochastic networks perspective by R. Srikant and Lei Ying. 2014. Cambridge University Press. 9781107036055. Platform: Safari Books Online (Please note: This particular e-book is available through Safari, which has a 7 concurrent user limit. It may not be available to students at all times).

EECS 564 (Balzano)
Detection of signals in noise by Robert N. McDonough and Anthony D. Whalen. 2nd ed. 1995. Academic Press. 9780127448527. Platform: EBSCOhost.

Probability and random processes for electrical and computer engineers by John A. Gubner. 2006. Cambridge University Press. 9780521864701. Platform: Cambridge Books online (Access to this e-book is limited to 3 concurrent users).

​EECS 569 (Meerkov)
Production systems engineering by Jingshan Li and Semyon Meerkov. 2008. Springer. 9780387755786. Platform: SpringerLink (To purchase a print copy of this book for $25, look for the "buy now" button at the SpringerLink site).

EECS 586 (Pettie)
Introduction to algorithms by Thomas H. Cormen [et al.]. 3rd ed. 2009. MIT Press. 9780262033848. Platform: EBSCOHost.

Introduction to algorithms by Thomas H. Cormen [et al.]. 3rd ed. 2009. MIT Press. 9780262033848. Platform: Books 24x7.

Introduction to algorithms by Thomas H. Cormen [et al.]. 3rd ed. 2009. MIT Press. 9780262033848. Platform: ebrary.

EECS 597 (Abney)
Foundations of statistical natural language processing by Christopher D. Manning, Hinrich Schutze. 1999. MIT Press. 0262133601. Platform: MIT Cognet.

EECS 598 Section 003 (Mathieu)
Power generation, operation and control by Allen J. Wood, Bruce F. Wollenberg and Gerald Sheble. 3rd ed. 2013. Wiley-IEEE. 9780471790556. Platform: Ebook Library.

EECS 598 Section 007 (Avestruz)
Fundamentals of power electronics by Robert W. Erickson and Dragan Maksimovic. 2nd ed. 2001. Springer. 9780792372707. Platform: Books 24x7.

Fundamentals of power electronics by Robert W. Erickson and Dragan Maksimovic. 2nd ed. 2001. Springer. 9780792372707. Platform: ebrary.

EECS 633 (Tsang)
The Method of moments in electromagnetics by Walton C. Gibson. 2008. Chapman & Hall/CRC. 9781420061451. Platform: ENGnetBASE.

EECS 638 (Schotland)
Principles of laser spectroscopy and quantum optics by Paul R. Berman and Vladimir S. Malinovsky. 2011. Princeton University Press. 9780691140568. Platform: ebrary.

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