ELEC 215: Tim Woo
Spring 2009/10
Chapter 0 - 2
ELEC 215: Signals and Systems II
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This is an elementary course for the students preparing their studies in the
areas of signal processing, control systems and circuit design for both
continuous-time (analogue) and discrete-time (digital) systems.
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Textbooks:
– A. V. Oppenheim, et. al.,
Signals and Systems
, 2nd edition, Prentice-Hall, 1997
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Reference:
– A. V. Oppenheim, et. al.,
Discrete-time Signal Processing
, 2nd edition,
Prentice-Hall, 1999
– R. C. Dorf, et. al.,
Modern Control Systems
, 11
th
edition, Prentice-Hall, 2008
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Syllabus:
– Chapter 6, 9 to 11 of the above text. This course is covered two additional tools,
Laplace and z-transforms, which provide insights of signals and systems that can
be analyzed using the Fourier transform, but they can also be applied in some
very important contexts in which Fourier transforms cannot. For instance, the
investigation of the stability or instability of systems. We will also apply the
transform techniques to investigate the stability or instability of systems,
determine the Bode plot. In addition, we will also discuss another representation
tools for system descriptions.
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Pre-requisite: ELEC 211 Signals and Systems