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ECE - Signals and Systems. Lectures: Prof. Marco F. Duarte, Marcus Hall I, mduarte ecs.
ECE - Signals and Systems. Lectures: Prof. Marco F. Duarte, Marcus Hall I, mduarte ecs. Discussions: Prof. Dennis Goeckel, Marcus Hall K, goeckel ecs. Hamid Dadkhahi, sdadkhah umass. Recitation: One minute session Friday. Sections: pm, pm, and pm ELAB. This course focuses on the study of signals and linear systems. It constitutes the basic theory behind a further study of communication theory and systems, control theory and systems, signal processing, microwave and radar systems, networking and almost all disciplines of electrical and computer systems engineering.
No textbook is required. You can browse through course modules lecture notes on the website or download them as PDF files to print. Several options exist for students that want to follow a textbook during the course:. Pointers to this book will be provided in the course schedule. Oppenheim, A. Willsky, S. Available at the Science Library.
The last book provides a large number of problems for exam preparation. Complex numbers. Graphical operations. Week 2 : Continuous-Time Signals. Basic Operations. Classifications and Properties. Week 3 : Continuous-Time Systems. Classification and Properties. System Analysis: Convolution. Advantages for Analysis No convolution. Week 7 : Discrete-Time Signals. Week 8 : Discrete-Time Systems. System Analysis: Easier Convolution. Properties and Advantages Again, no convolution.
Week 13 : Applications in Sensing and Communication. Connections with Other Topics.
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1. Signal processing—Mathematics. 2. System analysis. 3. Linear time invariant systems. 4. Digital filters (Mathematics) I. Title. TKL
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The main difficulty in dealing with biomedical signal processing is that the information of interest is often a combination of features that are well localized temporally e. This requires the use of analysis methods sufficiently versatile to handle events that can be at opposite extremes in terms of their time-frequency localization. Wavelet Transform WT has been extensively used in biomedical signal processing, mainly due to the versatility of the wavelet tools. The WT has been shown to be a very efficient tool for local analysis of non-stationary and fast transient signals due to its good estimation of time and frequency scale localizations. Being a multi-scale analysis technique, it offers the possibility of selective noise filtering and reliable parameter estimation.
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