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Unformatted text preview: ECE538 Digital Signal Processing I Fall 2011 Information Sheet Lecturer: Professor Michael D. Zoltowski Office: MSEE 318 Telephone: (765) 494-3512 FAX: (765) 494-0880 e-mail Address: email@example.com (preferred) or firstname.lastname@example.org course web site: https://engineering.purdue.edu/ee538/ Office Hrs: TBA watch web site Mailing Address: Professor Michael Zoltowski (ATTN: ECE538) School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering Building 465 Northwestern Ave. Purdue University West Lafayette, IN 47907-2035 TA : Chulong Chen, e-mail: email@example.com Required Text: J.G. Proakis and D.G. Manolakis, Digital Signal Processing: Principles, Algorithms, and Applications , Prentice-Hall, NJ, Fourth Edition, 2007. Reference: Mathworks, Student Edition of Matlab , Prentice-Hall, NJ. Scheduled Class Time (Live Lecture): MWF 12:30-1:20 pm in POTR 262 Grade Breakdown: 3 Hour Exams: 60% (20% each) Computer Projects: 15% Final Exam: 25% Examination Dates: TENTATIVE Test 1: TBD September, in-class Test 2: TBD October, in-class Test 3: TBD November, in-class Final: TBA Labor Day Break: Sept. 5 October Break: Oct. 10-11 Thanksgiving Break: Nov. 23-25 Finals Week: Dec. 12-17 Homeworks: Regular homework will be assigned but not collected. Your main homework is to work through my exams from past semesters. Solutions have been scanned in and posted at the course web site. Note: it is important that you attempt any problems assigned, as well as all the problems on past exams, as problem-solving is a key part of the learning process and helps one to keep abreast of the lecture material. Homework also serves as an integral part of the examination preparation process. Relative to solving the problems on my old exams, you should do so without looking at...
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