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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, time-invariant systems to design and analyze simple systems: Sinusoids Fourier transform Laplace transform Z-transform Fast Fourier transform (FFT) Goals Overview Signals Systems Goals Understand the significance of signals and systems. Understand and use the theoretical tools of linear, time-invariant systems to design and analyze simple systems: Sinusoids Fourier transform Laplace transform Z-transform Fast Fourier transform (FFT) Goals Overview Signals Systems Goals Understand the significance of signals and systems. Understand and use the theoretical tools of linear, time-invariant systems to design and analyze simple systems: Sinusoids Fourier transform Laplace transform Z-transform Fast Fourier transform (FFT) Goals Overview Signals Systems Goals Understand the significance of signals and systems. Understand and use the theoretical tools of linear, time-invariant systems to design and analyze simple systems: Sinusoids Fourier transform Laplace transform Z-transform Fast Fourier transform (FFT) Goals Overview Signals Systems Goals Understand the significance of signals and systems. Understand and use the theoretical tools of linear, time-invariant systems to design and analyze simple systems: Sinusoids Fourier transform Laplace transform Z-transform Fast Fourier transform (FFT) Goals Overview Signals Systems Goals Understand the significance of signals and systems. Understand and use the theoretical tools of linear, time-invariant systems to design and analyze simple systems: Sinusoids Fourier transform Laplace transform Z-transform Fast Fourier transform (FFT) Goals Overview Signals Systems Goals Understand the significance of signals and systems. Understand and use the theoretical tools of linear, time-invariant systems to design and analyze simple systems: Sinusoids Fourier transform Laplace transform Z-transform 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 op-amp 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 op-amp 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 op-amp circuits?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2012 for the course ESE 305 taught by Professor Robertazzi,t during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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