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EE538 Digital Signal Processing I Homework 1 Due Date for On-Campus Students: Wednesday, 28 September 2011 Due Date for Off-Campus Students: Due by e-mail on Sept 28. Note 1: This homework is worth 15/3=5 points of your final grade. Note 2: The goal of this Matlab homework is to exercise you on the practical applications of discrete-time cross-correlation. An additional goal is to get you started on using Matlab. Problem. 2.65. pp. 144-145 of the Proakis and Manolakis Textbook. Corrections: (c) Plot r yx ( ) NOT r xy ( ). (e) Repeat parts (b), (c), and (d) for the signal sequence ... (f) Repeat parts (b), (c), and (d) for a sequence of period ... General Information. Deliverables for this project include 21 plots. Each plot should be clearly labeled, and should be accompanied by a brief explanation.
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Unformatted text preview: explanations should be put together in a cohesive manner in the form of a very brief report. Don’t go overboard – this is simply a homework, not a project. Append source code to the report. You may use any Matlab command you like in solving these problems. Each student is expected to do his/her own work and each must turn in his/her own report. Again, your write-up for this homework should be in the form of a very brief report. Handwriting is acceptable but please be sure it is legible. Your report should include: • Answers to all questions posed including mathematical development where necessary. • The 21 plots and explanations. 1...
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