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# FormalLabRpt - ECE2025 Introduction to Signal Processing...

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ECE2025 Introduction to Signal Processing Lab Report 4 Name of the Student: John Smith e-mail: Lab Section: LXX Recitation Instructor: Tony Yezzi Submitted to: Volkan CEVHER

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1 1. Introduction Write what the lab is about. It may include the answers to the following questions: 1) What is the purpose of this lab? 2) What did you expect to learn in this particular lab? 2. Work Done In this part answer the questions in your lab manual. Your answers should be backed up with Plots with appropriate labels and titles. You should also make the proper references to these plots when stating your results. Moreover, use subplots whenever possible. Theoretical calculations. Please do not just state what the result is. How you reach that result is as important as the result itself. Explain the connection between mathematical (theoretical) issues and your MATLAB code. (Point equivalence of this part may vary between different parts of the questions) Some explanation. This is something everybody should work upon. Writing lab reports
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