Analog Circuits and Signal Processing
The Analog Circuits and Signal Processing book series, formerly known as the Kluwer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science, is a high level academic and professional series publishing research on the design and applications of analog integrated circuits and signal processing circuits and systems. Typically per year we publish between 5-15 research monographs, professional books, handbooks, edited volumes and textbooks with worldwide distribution to engineers, researchers, educators, and libraries.
The book series promotes and expedites the dissemination of new research results and tutorial views in the analog field. There is an exciting and large volume of research activity in the field worldwide. Researchers are striving to bridge the gap between classical analog work and recent advances in very large scale integration (VLSI) technologies with improved analog capabilities. Analog VLSI has been recognized as a major technology for future information processing. Analog work is showing signs of dramatic changes with emphasis on interdisciplinary research efforts combining device/circuit/technology issues. Consequently, new design concepts, strategies and design tools are being unveiled.
Topics of interest include:
Analog Interface Circuits and Systems;
Active-RC, switched-capacitor and continuous-time integrated filters;
Mixed analog/digital VLSI;
Simulation and modeling, mixed-mode simulation
Analog nonlinear and computational circuits and signal processing;
Analog Artificial Neural Networks/Artificial Intelligence;
Current-mode Signal Processing; Computer-Aided Design (CAD) tools;
Analog Design in emerging technologies (Scalable CMOS, BiCMOS, GaAs, heterojunction and floating gate technologies, etc.);
Analog Design for Test;
Integrated sensors and actuators; Analog Design Automation/Knowledge-based Systems; Analog VLSI cell libraries; Analog product development;RF Front ends, Wireless communications and Microwave Circuits;
Analog behavioral modeling, Analog HDL.
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