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Unformatted text preview: Goals Overview Signals Systems Deterministic Signals and Systems ESE 305 Spring 2012 Goals Overview Signals Systems Outline 1 Goals 2 Overview 3 Signals 4 Systems Goals Overview Signals Systems Goals Understand the significance of signals and systems. Understand and use the theoretical tools of linear, timeinvariant systems to design and analyze simple systems: Sinusoids Fourier transform Laplace transform Ztransform Fast Fourier transform (FFT) Goals Overview Signals Systems Goals Understand the significance of signals and systems. Understand and use the theoretical tools of linear, timeinvariant systems to design and analyze simple systems: Sinusoids Fourier transform Laplace transform Ztransform Fast Fourier transform (FFT) Goals Overview Signals Systems Goals Understand the significance of signals and systems. Understand and use the theoretical tools of linear, timeinvariant systems to design and analyze simple systems: Sinusoids Fourier transform Laplace transform Ztransform Fast Fourier transform (FFT) Goals Overview Signals Systems Goals Understand the significance of signals and systems. Understand and use the theoretical tools of linear, timeinvariant systems to design and analyze simple systems: Sinusoids Fourier transform Laplace transform Ztransform Fast Fourier transform (FFT) Goals Overview Signals Systems Goals Understand the significance of signals and systems. Understand and use the theoretical tools of linear, timeinvariant systems to design and analyze simple systems: Sinusoids Fourier transform Laplace transform Ztransform Fast Fourier transform (FFT) Goals Overview Signals Systems Goals Understand the significance of signals and systems. Understand and use the theoretical tools of linear, timeinvariant systems to design and analyze simple systems: Sinusoids Fourier transform Laplace transform Ztransform Fast Fourier transform (FFT) Goals Overview Signals Systems Goals Understand the significance of signals and systems. Understand and use the theoretical tools of linear, timeinvariant systems to design and analyze simple systems: Sinusoids Fourier transform Laplace transform Ztransform Fast Fourier transform (FFT) Goals Overview Signals Systems Signals Systems Background (Assumed!): Complex numbers and complex exponentials Calculus: derivatives, integrals, and ordinary differential equations Basic circuits, including simple opamp circuits? Simple digital systems? Goals Overview Signals Systems Signals Systems Background (Assumed!): Complex numbers and complex exponentials Calculus: derivatives, integrals, and ordinary differential equations Basic circuits, including simple opamp circuits? Simple digital systems? Goals Overview Signals Systems Signals Systems Background (Assumed!): Complex numbers and complex exponentials Calculus: derivatives, integrals, and ordinary differential equations Basic circuits, including simple opamp circuits?...
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