DSP-Fall 2005

DSP-Fall 2005 - 1 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 6.341 Discrete-Time Signal

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±± 1 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 6.341 Discrete-Time Signal Processing Fall 2005 MIDTERM EXAM Tuesday, November 8, 2005 This is a closed book exam, but two 8 1 2 × 11 ±± sheets of notes (both sides) are allowed. Calculators are not allowed. Make sure you have all 14 numbered pages of this exam. There are 5 problems on the exam. The problems are not in order of difficulty. We recommend that you read through all the problems, then do the problems in whatever order suits you best. Also note that very often the later parts of a problem can be done independently of earlier parts. A correct answer does not guarantee full credit, and a wrong answer does not guarantee loss of credit. You should clearly but concisely indicate your reasoning and show all relevant work . Your grade on each problem will be based on our assessment of your level of understanding as reflected by what you have written in the space provided. Please be neat—we can’t grade what we can’t decipher. Only the booklet supplied is to be handed in. No additional pages will be considered in the grading. may want to first work through the problems on the scratch paper provided and then neatly transfer the work you would like us to look at into the exam booklet. Let us know if you need additional scratch paper. will be following a grading strategy that focuses on your level of understanding of the material associated with each problem. When we grade each part of a problem we will do our best to assess your level of understanding from what you have written. Based on our judgement, each part will receive one of the following grades: E (EXCEL- LENT UNDERSTANDING), G (GOOD), R (REASONABLE), M (MARGINAL) or U (UNSATISFACTORY). Where appropriate, we may also use grades of E/G, G/R, R/M, or M/U so that there is a finer scale.
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DSP-Fall 2005 - 1 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 6.341 Discrete-Time Signal

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