Teaching

Digital Signal Processing:  EE-125

I have taught this Fall semester class since 2011.  The course description is as follows:

Discrete signals and systems, digital simulation of analog systems. Z transforms, recursion equations, finite ordersystems. Fourier transforms, line spectra and Fourier series, discrete Fourier series and Fast Fourier Transforms (FFT). Sampling and interpolation, mean square approximations. Non-recursive and recursive filters. Selected topics on algorithms, design and applications of digital signal processing.

The class includes six Matlab projects which have the goal of letting students use DSP concepts in a more applied setting.  In past years, projects have included simulation of reverberation in concert halls (via circular convolution), analysis of biomedical signals, and spectral analysis of ocean acoustic data.

I have a lot of fun with this class.  If you are considering taking it but are not sure, please feel free to contact me.

Linear Systems:  EE-102

I taught this course in Spring 2012.  The course is a prerequisite for EE-125 and introduces transform theory and linear systems theory.

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