HISTORY OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
- Electrical engineering: a history of the men and the ideas (4th floor - TK57 .K5 1970)
- Electrical engineering: the second century begins (4th floor - TK15 .E44 1986)
- A history of electrical engineering (4th floor - TK15 .D8)
- Remarkable engineers: from Riquet to Shannon (4th floor - TA 139 .J36 2010)
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Fundamentals of electrical engineering (4th floor - TK148 .G84 2012)
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