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# MIT6_003S10_lec01 - 6.003: Signals and Systems Signals and...

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6.003: Signals and Systems Signals and Systems February 2, 2010

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6.003: Signals and Systems Today’s handouts: Lecturer: Instructors: Website: Text: Single package containing Slides for Lecture 1 Subject Information & Calendar Denny Freeman Peter Hagelstein Rahul Sarpeshkar mit.edu/6.003 Signals and Systems Oppenheim and Willsky
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 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 submitted in recitation on due date Each student can submit one late homework assignment without penalty. Grades on other late assignments will multiplied by 0.5 (unless excused an Instructor, Dean, Medical Oﬃcial).
6.003 At-A-Glance Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Feb 2 L1: Signals and Systems R1: Continuous & Discrete Systems L2: Discrete-Time Systems R2: Diﬀerence Equations Feb 9 L3: Feedback, Cycles, and Modes HW1 due R3: Feedback, Cycles, and Modes L4: CT Operator Representations R4: CT Systems Feb 16 Presidents Day: Monday Schedule HW2 due R5: CT Operator Representations L5: Second-Order Systems R6: Second-Order Systems Feb 23 L6: Laplace and Z Transforms HW3 due R7: Laplace and Z Transforms L7: Transform Properties R8: Transform Properties Mar 2 L8: Convolution; Impulse Response EX4 Exam 1 no recitation L9: Frequency Response R9: Convolution and Freq. Resp. Mar 9 L10: Bode Diagrams HW5 due R10: Bode Diagrams L11: DT Feedback and Control R11: Feedback and Control Mar 16 L12: CT Feedback and Control HW6 due R12: CT Feedback and Control L13: CT Feedback and Control R13: CT Feedback and Control Mar 23 Spring Week Mar 30 L14: CT Fourier Series HW7 R14: CT Fourier Series L15: CT Fourier Series R15: CT Fourier Series Apr 6 L16: CT Fourier Transform EX8 due Exam 2 no recitation L17: CT Fourier Transform R16: CT Fourier Transform Apr 13 L18: DT Fourier Transform HW9 due R17: DT Fourier Transform L19: DT Fourier Transform R18: DT Fourier Transform Apr 20 Patriots Day Vacation HW10 R19: Fourier Transforms L20: Fourier Relations R20: Fourier Relations Apr 27 L21: Sampling EX11 due Exam 3 no recitation L22: Sampling R21: Sampling May 4 L23: Modulation HW12 due R22: Modulation L24: Modulation R23: Modulation May 11 L25: Applications of 6.003 EX13 R24: Review Breakfast with Staﬀ Study Period May 18 Final Examination Period

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6.003: Signals and Systems Weekly meetings with class representatives help staﬀ understand student perspective learn about teaching
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## This note was uploaded on 12/14/2011 for the course EE 6.003 taught by Professor Freeman during the Fall '11 term at MIT.

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MIT6_003S10_lec01 - 6.003: Signals and Systems Signals and...

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