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EE341 Lecture Schedules Credits: 5 (75 hrs) Lecture: 50 hrs, Lab: 20 hrs, Exam: 5 hrs Chapter 1: Lecture 1: A big picture about Digital Signal Processing ( 1 hours) Lecture 2: Analog-to-Digital and Digital-to-Analog conversion ( 2 hours) Lecture 3: The concept of frequency in CT and DT signals ( 2 hours) Chapter 2: Lecture 4: Discrete time signals ( 2 hours) Lecture 5: Discrete time systems ( 2 hours) Lecture 6: Discrete time convolution ( 2 hours) Lecture 7: Difference equation models ( 2 hours) Lecture 8: Block diagram for LTI systems ( 1 hour) Chapter 3: Lecture 9: Z Transform ( 3 hours) Lecture 10: Z Transform Properties ( 2 hours) Lecture 11: Inverse Z Transform ( 3 hours) Lecture 12: Analysis of LTI system in the z-domain ( 3 hours) Midterm Exam. Review ( 1 hour) Midterm Exam. ( 1.5 hour) Chapter 4: Lecture 13: Sampling ( 1 hour) Lecture 14: Discrete Time Fourier Transform – DTFT ( 2 hours) Lecture 15: Inverse DTFT (
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Unformatted text preview: 1 hour) Lecture 17: Frequency spectrum of DT signals ( 2 hours) Lecture 18: Frequency domain characteristics of LTI systems ( 2 hours) Lecture 19: Digital filters ( 2 hours) Chapter 5: Lecture 20: DTFT of DT periodic signals ( 2 hours) Lecture 21: DFT and Inverse DFT ( 3 hours) Lecture 22: DFT properties ( 2 hours) Lecture 23: Fast Fourier Transform – FFT ( 3 hours) Lecture 24: Applications of DFT/FFT ( 2 hours) Lecture 25: Using DFT/FFT ( 1 hours) Final Exam. Review ( 1 hour) Final Exam. ( 1.5 hours) Lab. 1: Elementary Music Synthesis ( 4 hous) Lab. 2: Introduction to Image Processing ( 4 hous) Lab. 3: The Z-plane, and the Impulse and Frequency Responses ( 4 hours) Lab. 4: DTFT ( 4 hours) Lab. 5: DFT/FFT ( 4 hours) Grading Policy 5 Homeworks ( possibly additional quizzes ): 25% 5 Labs: 25% Midterm Exam.: 25% Final Exam.: 25%...
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