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6.003: Signals and Systems Signals and Systems September 10, 2009
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6.003: Signals and Systems Today’s handouts: Single package containing Subject Information & Calendar Slides from Lecture 1 Homework Assignment 1 Lecturer: Denny Freeman ( [email protected] ) Instructors: Elfar Adalsteinsson ( [email protected] ) Marc Baldo ( [email protected] ) TAs: Jennifer Roberts ( [email protected] ) Dennis Wei ( [email protected] ) TBA Website: mit.edu/6.003 Text: Signals and Systems – Oppenheim and Willsky
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6.003: Homework Doing the homework is essential for understanding the content. where subject matter is/isn’t learned equivalent to “practice” in sports or music Weekly Homework Assignments Conventional Homework Problems plus Engineering Design Problems (Python/Matlab) Open Office Hours ! Stata Basement (32-044) Mondays and Tuesdays, afternoons and early evenings
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6.003: Signals and Systems Collaboration Policy Discussion of concepts in homework is encouraged Sharing of homework or code is not permitted and will be re- ported to the COD Firm Deadlines Homework must be submitted in recitation on due date Late homework will NOT be accepted unless excused by the staff, a Dean, or Physician (except for single “extension”) Homework Extension Policy Every student gets one extension Can be used for any weekly homework assignment and for any reason Simply ask your TA for an extension before 11:59 pm on the day preceding the due date (cannot be rescinded)
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6.003 At-A-Glance Sep 8 Registration Day R1: Continuous & Discrete Systems L1: Signals and Systems R2: Difference Equations Sep 15 L2: Discrete-Time Systems HW1 due R3: Discrete-Time Systems L3: Feedback, Cycles, and Modes R4: Feedback, Cycles, and Modes Sep 22 L4: Feedback and Position Control HW2 due R5: Feedback and Position Control L5: Feedback Control Schemes R6: Feedback Control Schemes Sep 29 L6: CT Systems, Differential Eqs. HW3 due R7: CT Systems, Differential Eqs. L7: Laplace and Z Transforms R8: Laplace and Z Transforms Oct 6 L8: CT Operator Representations EX4 Exam 1 no recitation L9: Second-Order Systems R9: CT Operator Representations Oct 13 Columbus Day: Monday Schedule HW5 due R10: Second-Order Systems L10: Convolution; Impulse Response R11: Convolution; Impulse Response Oct 20 L11: Frequency Response HW6 due R12: Frequency Response L12: Bode Diagrams R13: Bode Diagrams Oct 27 L13: CT Feedback and Control EX7 Exam 2 no recitation L14: CT Feedback and Control R14: CT Feedback and Control Nov 3 L15: CT Fourier Series HW8 due R15: CT Fourier Series L16: CT Fourier Series R16: CT Fourier Series Nov 10 L17: CT Fourier Transfm; Filtering HW9 due Veteran’s Day L18: CT Fourier Transforms R17: CT Fourier Transforms Nov 17 L19: DT Fourier Representations EX10 Exam 3 no recitation L20: DT Fourier Representations R18: DT Fourier Representations Nov 24 L21: Sampling HW11 due R19: Sampling Thanksgiving Vacation Dec 1 L22: Sampling HW12 due R20: Sampling L23: Modulation R21: Modulation Dec 8 L24: Applications of 6.003 EX13 R22: Review Breakfast with Staff Study Period Dec 15 finals finals 21/22 finals finals Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
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