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Winter 2018 Online Textbooks

EECS 230, Section 001 (Rand)
Schaum's outline of theory and problems of electromagnetics by Joseph A. Edminister. 2nd ed., revised. 1995. McGraw-Hill. 0070212341. Platform: EBSCOHost.  (Access to this e-book is limited to 1 concurrent user).

EECS 351 (Pilanci)
Signal processing for communications by Paolo Prandoni and Martin Vetterli. 2008. EFPL Press. 9781439808009. Platform: CRCnetBASE online.

EECS 398 Section 002 (Hamilton)
The Object-oriented thought process by Matt A. Weisfeld. 4th ed. 2013. Addison-Wesley. 9780321861276. 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).

C++ Primer by Stanley Lippman. 5th ed. 2013. Addison-Wesley. (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 425 (Yoon)
CMOS analog circuit design by Phillip E. Allen and Douglas R. Holberg. 3rd ed. 2012. Oxford University Press. 9780199765072. Platform: Knovel online.

EECS 445 (Kutty)
Machine learning: a probabilistic perspective by Kevin P. Murphy. 2012. MIT Press. 9780262018029. Platform: Ebook Central online.

EECS 460 (Ozay)
Feedback systems: an introduction for scientists and engineers by Richard M. Murray. 2009. Princeton University Press. 9781282607965. Platform: MyiLibrary.

EECS 486 (Mihalcea)
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 501 (Anastasopoulos)
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 502 (Teneketzis)
Markov chains: Gibbs Fields, Monte Carlo simulation, and queues by Pierre Bremaud. 1999. Springer. 9781475731248. Platform: SpringerLink. (To purchase a print copy of this book for $25, look for the "buy now" button at the SpringerLink site).

EECS 522 (Wentzloff)
The Design of CMOS radio-frequency integrated circuits by Thomas H. Lee. 2003. Cambridge University Press. 9780521835398.  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 526 (Lee)
Plasmonics: fundamentals and applications by Stefan A. Maier. 2007. Springer. 9780387331508. Platform:  SpringerLink. (To purchase a print copy of this book for $25, look for the "buy now" button at the SpringerLink site).

EECS 431 (Grbic)
Antenna theory and design by Robert Stratman Elliott. Revised ed. 2003. John Wiley & Sons. 0471449962. Platform: IEEE Xplore (Online Service) online.

EECS 539 (Galvanauskas)
Laser physics by Peter W. Milonni and Joseph H. Eberly. 2010. John Wiley & Sons. 9780470387719. Platform: Wiley Online Library.

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 579 (Hayes)
Testing of digital systems by N. K. Jha and S. Gupta. 2003. Cambridge University Press. 0521773563. Platform: Cambridge Books Online.

Digital system test and testable design using HDL models and architectures by Zainalabedin Navabi.  2011. Springer Science + Business Media. 978144197478. Platform: SpringerLink. (To purchase a print copy of this book for $25, look for the "buy now" button at the SpringerLink site).

VLSI test principles and architectures: design for testability edited by Laung-Terng Wang, Cheng-Wen Wu and Xiaoqing Wen. 2006. Elsevier Morgan Kaufmann Publisherss. 9780123705976. Platform: ScienceDirect.

System-on-chip test architectures: nanometer design for testability edited by Laung-Terng Wang, Charles R. Stroud and Nur A. Kouba. 2008. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers. 9780123739735. Platform: ScienceDirect.

Essentials of electronic testing for digital, memory, and mixed-signal VLSI circuits by Michael L. Bushnell and Vishwani D. Agrawal. 2000. Kluwer Academic Academic. Platform: SpringerLink. (To purchase a print copy of this book for $25, look for the "buy now" button at the SpringerLink site).

EECS 586, Section 001 (Stout)
Introduction to algorithms by Thomas H. Cormen [et al.]. 3rd ed. 2009. MIT Press. 9780262033848. Platform: EBSCOHost.

EECS 598, Section 007 (Matthieu)
Convex optimization of power systems by Joshua Adam Taylor. 2015. Cambridge University Press. 9781107076877. 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)

Fundamentals of power system economics by Daniel Sadi Kirschen and Goran Strbac. 2004. John Wiley & Sons. 0470845724. Platform: Wiley.

EECS 598, Section 009 (Nadakuditi)
MATLAB Primer by Timothy A. Davis. 8th ed. 2011. CRC Press. 978143982825. Platform: Ebook Library online.

EECS 638 (Kuzmich)
Principles of laser spectroscopy and quantum optics by Paul R. Berman and Vladimir S. Malinovsky. 2011. Princeton University Press. 9780691149568. Platform: Ebook Library online.

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