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Course Goals and Objectives 
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The objective of this course is to understand the
fundamentals, implementation and applications of digital
signal analysis. Especially, DSP techniques and concepts
could be obtained from practical examples. 
Textbook and other references 
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[Text book]
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E. C. Ifeachor, B. W. Jervis, Digital Signal Processing
 A Practical Approach(Second Edition), PrenticeHall,
2002.
[Reference]
J. G. Proakis, D. G. Manolakis, Digital Signal
Processing Principles, Algorithms, Applications,
PrenticeHall, 1996.

Course Description, Methods, and Materials 
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Using PPT slides 
Assignments and Grading Criteria 
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Midterm exam(30%), Final exam(30%), and Temporary exam(30%)

Notice To Students 
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Homework and class activity(10%) homework: solving the
problems for each chapter

Notice To Students with Disabilities 
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Hearing Impaired : first row priority seating, Class transcripts may also be provided.


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Course Goals and Objectives 
Assignment 
Text & Materials 
Etc. 
1 
Continuoustime signals and transform  Fourier series 
Fourier transform  Laplace transform    
2 
Continuoustime signals and transform  Transfer
function  Convolution  Pole and zero  Butterworth filter
and Chebychev filter    
3 
Sampling of continuoustime signals  Sampling Theorem 
Reconstruction of the continuous time signal  A/D
conversion  Quantization    
4 
Discrete time signal and transform  Discrete time
signal  Discrete Fourier transform  Truncation and leakage    
5 
Discrete time signal and transform  Discrete
convolution  Fast Fourier Transform    
6 
Ztransform  Ztransform  Ztransform and Laplace
Transform    
7 
Ztransform  Inverse Ztransform  Feature of
Ztransform    
8 
Midterm exam    
9 
Discrete time system  Difference equation  Linear time
invariant system    
10 
Discrete time system  Frequency response  System
realization    
11 
Finite impulse response filter design  Feature of FIR
filter and zero distribution of FIR filters  FIR filter
design    
12 
Finite impulse response filter design  Window method 
The optimal method  Frequency sampling method    
13 
Design of infinite impulse response digital filter  IIR
filter    
14 
Design of infinite impulse response digital filter 
Design of IIR filter using analog filter  Frequency
transformation    
15 
Final exam    

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 Failure in course
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 Expulsion from university
  