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Administrative items BME 343 Linear Systems and Signals Stanislav (Stas) Emelianov Associate Professor, BME BME 4.202L (office) emelian@mail.utexas.edu
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Administrative items 2 Plan for today • General information about the course – Course: major topics, philosophy, etc. – Method of instruction – Academic integrity – Textbook, software, etc. – Schedule, logistical issues, grading, etc. – Instructor and Teaching Assistants • Introduction (Chapter B)
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Administrative items 3 Major topics • Introduction (i.e., why bother, why me, why now, etc.) • Refresher (math, physics, common sense, etc.) • Signals and systems • Time-domain analysis of continuous-time/discrete-time systems • Continuous-time systems analysis using the Laplace transform • Discrete-time systems analysis using the z- transform • Continuous-time signal analysis: the Fourier series and the Fourier transform • Sampling • Fourier-analysis of discrete-time signals
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Administrative items 4 Warnings • This is a junior level engineering class (yes, it is a BME class) • It is also a very difficult class (both to teach and to learn) • BME examples will be given sparsely (we will use abstract thinking such as DiffEqs) • The main book for this class is not written for BMEs (so what, we will use supplemental material) • By definition, this class will be boring!
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Administrative items 5 Prerequisites Biomedical Engineering 314 Mathematics 427K •M A T L A B Desire to learn, common sense, being able to enjoy challenges, ability to work alone and in a team, curiosity, aptitude to modify and control sleep habits
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Administrative items 6 ABET • This course satisfies the following Program Outcomes: a) an ability to apply knowledge of math, science, and engineering; e) an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
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Administrative items 7 Method of Instruction • Two lectures per week (2 x 1.5 hours = 3 hours) • Laboratory/discussion session (2 hours) • Office hours (Tuesday 1:30 – 3:00 pm) • Homework assignments (weekly/bi-weekly) • Three (3) mid-term examinations • Final cumulative examination (you may be exempt)
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Administrative items 8 Grading (100 points total) • Attendance (no points) • Quizzes (6 points) • Laboratory (11 points) • Homework assignments (9 x 3 = 27 points) • Mid-term exam I (12 points) • Mid-term exam II (12 points) • Mid-term exam III (12 points) • Final Examination (20 points)
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