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ECE 220 Multimedia Signal Processing September 14, 2006 Fall 2006 Topics & Concepts for Exam 1 (Sept. 21 7:30 pm Phillips 101) The following is a list of topics and concepts in the material which exam 1 will cover. This is a comprehensive listing of what we’ve done; obviously the exam cannot test everything and appearance of a concept on this sheet does not guarantee it will appear on the exam. This page outlines what you’re expected to have gotten out of the lectures, demonstrations, homeworks, and labs. Sinusoid Review, Complex Exponentials & Euler’s Formula ( Appendix A (not A.5), Sections 2- 5.1, 2-5.2, 2-5.4, 2-6 ) Converting between polar and rectangular form, the complex plane, manipulation of complex numbers. Euler’s formula and using it to make life easier. Interpretation of phase shifts of sinusoids as delays. Introduction to Frequency-based Representations: Continuous-Time Fourier Series ( Sections 3-4, 3-5, 3-6, handout on “Vector Spaces, Inner Products, and the CTFS”)
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