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ECE 108 Signals and Systems Spring 2007, Instructor: Tiffany Li Course Syllabus 1. Time and Room: Lecture MWF 9:10-10:00am, Maginnes Hall 102 Recitation R 8:20-9:10am, 9:20-10:10am, 10:45-11:35am, Rauch 050 2. Instructor: Tiffany Li, ext. 83305, office PL406B, [email protected] 3. Office Hours: 10:10-11:00am (MWF) or by appointment 4. Text: Signal Processing Linear Systems , by B. P. Lathi, Berkeley-Cambridge Press (1998) 5. Objectives: Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to model continuous and discrete time signals represent periodic signals using Fourier Series represent aperiodic signals using Fourier transforms analyze linear systems using Fourier and Laplace transforms analyze digital systems using Z-transforms 6. Honesty Policy: Students are expected to adhere to the academic honesty guidelines out- lined in the Student Handbook. Violators will be referred to the appropriate Dean’s office. 7. Withdrawl: Please refer to the Student Handbook for college policy regarding with-
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Unformatted text preview: drawals. 8. Attendance: Required. Students who know in advance that class will be missed are ex-pected to make arrangements with me for homework assignments, class notes, etc. 9. Grading: Lecture grade is determined by 7-9 homeworks (25%), 5 short quizzes (25%), one midterm (15%) and a final exam (35%). 10. Homework: Weekly homework assigned every Monday, collected the next Monday be-fore class, and graded and returned on Thursday during the recitation session. No late homework accepted. 11. Topics: • Chapter 1: Introduction to Signals and Systems • Chapter 2: Time Domain Analysis of Continuous-Time and Discrete-Time Systems • Chapter 3: Fourier Series and Periodic Signals • Chapter 4: Fourier Transforms and Aperiodic Signals • Chapter 5: Sampling and Discrete Fourier Transforms • Chapter 6: Laplace Transforms • Chpater 8-11: Discrete Time Signals and Z Transforms 1...
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