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    Numerical Methods for Engineering, 2nd Edition

    An introduction using MATLAB® and computational electromagnetics examples  
    Karl F. Warnick  2020

    The revised and updated second edition of this textbook teaches students to create computer codes used to engineer antennas, microwave circuits, and other critical technologies for wireless communications and other applications of electromagnetic fields and waves. Worked code examples are provided for MATLAB technical computing software.

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    Autonomous Underwater Vehicles

    Design and practice  
    Frank Ehlers  2020

    This book gives a state-of-the-art overview of the hot topic of autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) design and practice. It covers a wide range of AUV application areas such as education and research, biological and oceanographic studies, surveillance purposes, military and security applications and industrial underwater applications.

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    Deep Neural Network Design for Radar Applications

    Sevgi Zubeyde Gurbuz  2020

    Novel deep learning models are achieving state-of-the-art accuracy in the area of radar target recognition, sometimes exceeding human-level performance. The book provides an introduction to the key aspects of machine learning that any radar engineer seeking to apply deep learning to radar signal processing ought to be aware of.

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    Ultra-Wideband Surveillance Radar

    Mark E. Davis  2020

    This text describes several UWB surveillance radar prototypes, including Multiple Antenna Surveillance Radar, Multibeam Synthetic Radar, and Geoscience SAR. These illustrate the recent development of multi-mode capabilities and based on the results of these prototypes, a novel multi-mode, multi-channel radar is presented.

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    Electronic Scanned Array Design

    John S. Williams  2020

    This book covers the fundamental principles of ESA antennas including basic design approaches and inherent design limitations. These insights will enable better appreciation of existing and planned ESA systems including their application to earth observation.