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Unformatted text preview: ECE 600 Winter 2009 Professor: Bradley D. Clymer Fac. Office: 383 Caldwell Laboratory Fac. Phone: 292-3477 Fac. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fac. Off. Hrs: MWF 11:00-12:00, 2:45-3:30 Text: A Course in Digital Signal Processing , Boaz Porat (required). Prerequisites: EE 351, EE 352 or equivalent. Website: carmen.osu.edu Homework: Homework will be generally assigned on Fridays to be due at 4:30pm the following week . NO LATE HOMEWORKS WILL BE GRADED. Any homework not turned in during class must be submitted to the main desk in DL 205 before the deadline. Homework assignments near midterm exam will probably have two week work periods to allow students to budget time around studying for the exam. I encourage students to work together on homeworks (but not exams...). I prefer that each student attempt each homework problem, but if you are stuck, ask a friend for help and compare answers. In many cases, there is more than one method of solution for problems. Any valid solution is correct. Show as much work as possible. I am much more interested in understanding your methods of solution than checking to see if a final numerical answer is correct. Theof solution than checking to see if a final numerical answer is correct....
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