The Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronics Engineering is a unique, comprehensive reference work that defines the entire discipline, bringing together the core knowledge from every one of the many specialties encompassed by electrical and electronics engineering. It is the ideal starting point for research projects, whether addressing basic questions in power systems and communications, or learning advanced applications in neural networks and robotics. In addition to electrical and electronics engineering applications, the Encyclopedia features important topics of interest to engineers, including: education; historical background of fields in electrical and electronics engineering; patents; technology and society; and computer and software engineering.
Customers who purchase the 24-volume work receive an initial one-year institutional subscription to the online version.
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"...the American Society for Engineering Education gave this encyclopedia its award for "Best Reference Book". And indeed, with over 1,450 articles spanning 24 volumes and 19,000 pages, this is the most comprehensive encyclopedia for electrical engineering in existence."
About the Print Version
The Print Version of Encyclopedia consists of 24 volumes totaling about 19,000 pages and 1,450 articles arranged alphabetically by subject. Each article is written by an expert in his or her particular specialty and represents the latest advances and findings in electrical and electronics engineering. Moreover, each article has been reviewed by two other experts to ensure that it is clear and precise. The end of each article concludes with references to the current literature as well as Web sites of related interest.About the Online Version
Each purchase of the Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronics Engineering includes an initial one-year institutional subscription to the Online Version. The Online Version includes everything in the Print Version, word-for-word, but also offers the convenience of a powerful keyword search engine linked to all 24 volumes, as well as the inclusion of additional color illustrations.About the Editor
John G. Webster, Ph.D., is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, a Fellow of the Instrument Society of America, and a Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering. His many honors and awards include the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation, AAMI Foundation Laufman-Greatbatch Prize, and the University of Wisconsin Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching. Dr. Webster is also the editor of the four-volume Encyclopedia of Medical Devices and Instrumentation and has developed 14 other publications.
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