The suggestion for writing this book came from my long-time friend,
Professor Colin diCenzo, FIEEE, to whom I owe many thanks for his
encouragement. The outline of the book was started many years ago, as a
somewhat sparse series o f lecture notes that I used in support of an electrical
engineering graduate course at McMaster University. The volume of material
expanded rapidly after I started to give lectures on this subject to diverse
audiences, through the Continuing Engineering Education division of The
George Washington University, in Washington, DC. Mr Cliff Hopkins and
Mr Chip Blouin o f GWU gave me much support in preparing and presenting
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