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Syll_ESE305_S_12(2) - Ese 305 Course Information for Spring...

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Ese 305 Course Information for Spring 2012 1 Instructors: John J. Murray Di Zhu (teaching assistant) Li Geng (teaching assistant) 2 Book: Text: Chen, C.-T. “Signals and Systems”, 3rd ed., 2004, Oxford University Press. ISBN: 0-19-515661-7 3 Office Hours (Room numbers are in Light Engineering.) Phone Hours Office email John Murray 2-8413 3:30 – 5:30pm Monday 253 [email protected] 3:30 – 5:30pm Wednesday 253 Di Zhu 10:00 – 11:00am Tuesday 208 [email protected] 3:00 – 4:00pm Wednesday 208 Li Geng 2-9384 10:00am - 12:00pm Monday 202 [email protected] 4 Course Outline This course covers the most basic theory of signals and systems, which are fundamental for most areas of electrical and computer engineering. The concepts are used in circuits, control, communications, signal processing and many other areas. Because of the wide applicability of the ideas, the course is theoretical and somewhat abstract. We will cover the following topics in some detail: 1. Signals; continuous-time and discrete 2. Systems, especially linear, time-invariant systems 3. Convolution and differential equations
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