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assignments have been placed on the table near my office.
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report 2 is due on Thursday Oct. 30. (at 4:00 pm)
report 1 is due on Monday Sept. 29. (at 4:00 pm)
Assignment 1: Discuss the main properties of the Discrete-time Fourier transform. You will need to prove the properties,
give you own examples , and state the properties
in plain English. (Due date Sept. 17, 2014, Relative
weight: 1.5 )
Assignment 2 ( Due date Sept. 25,
2014, Relative weight: 1.5 )
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- Instructor: A. Saadat Mehr, Phone: 2006, Office:3B04,
- Class Schedule, MWF 10:30-11:20
- Office hours: 1:30-3:00 Tuesdays, and Thursdays
- Labs: Wednesday, 2:30-5:30PM in 2C82.
The overall performance is calculated based on the following:
Assignments, Quizzes and class performance
Note: In order to pass the course you need
to do all the labs
mid-term test you can bring a two-sided formula sheet (i.e., 2
pages, 8 by 11 in); In the final exam you can
bring 4 pages as formula sheet (8 by 11 in); but no books, class
notes, or other materials are allowed.
V. Oppenheim and Ronald W. Schafer, Discrete-Time Signal Processing, 3rd
Edition, Prentice Hall, 2010
-Sampling and quantization,
discrete time processing of continuous time signals
- Analysis of filters:
All pass, minimum-phase and generalized linear phase systems
-Windowing and FFT
-FIR and IIR Filter design methods
- Applications in image processing
assignments are to be given and are due the following week by 4:00 pm;
please drop your assignments in the EE 461 Assignment Box.
note that late assignments will not be accepted unless a
legitimate reason (illness, religious conviction, etc.) exists and is
discussed with the instructor.
to the assignments will be prepared by the instructor, but your
assignments will be marked by TAs. Solutions will be available on the