ECE 505
Computer Project 1
Shan Huang
A20281384
1. Introduction
In this project we will use four optimization algorithms that we have
learned in class to test five unconstrained optimization functions.
Graphs and tables will be used to analyze and support
Project Report
ECE 437 Digital Signal Processing
A20301335
Sivisa Mathavan
Systems:
1) y(n)+0.9y(n-1)=x(n) the system function is found to be H(z)=
2) y(n)-0.9y(n-1)=x(n) the system function is found to be H(z)=
3) H(z)=
4) H(z)=
5) H(z)=
Calculations and
Project Report
ECE 437 Digital Signal Processing
A20301335
Sivisa Mathavan
Systems:
1) y(n)+0.9y(n-1)=x(n) the system function is found to be H(z)=
2) y(n)-0.9y(n-1)=x(n) the system function is found to be H(z)=
3) H(z)=
4) H(z)=
5) H(z)=
Calculations and
Project Report
ECE 437 Digital Signal Processing
A20301335
Sivisa Mathavan
Systems:
1) y(n)+0.9y(n-1)=x(n) the system function is found to be H(z)=
2) y(n)-0.9y(n-1)=x(n) the system function is found to be H(z)=
3) H(z)=
4) H(z)=
5) H(z)=
Calculations and
ECE 505 Applied Optimization for Engineers
Fall 2013
Instructor:
Prof. Y. Yang, SH-127, (312)567-3423, yy@ece.iit.edu
Office Hours: 1:30-2:30pm, Friday
Text:
Linear and Nonlinear Optimization, 2nd ed.
I. Griva, S.G. Nash, and A. Sofer
Society for Industri
ECE 511 Analysis of Random Signals
Syllabus
IIT, Spring 2013
Instructor: Salim El Rouayheb, Email: salim@iit.edu
Course Webpage: http:/www.ece.iit.edu/salim/ECE511.html.
Course Description: Probability theory, including discrete and continuous random vari
ECE 511 Analysis of Random Signals
Homework 2
IIT, Chicago
Instructor: Salim El Rouayheb
Assigned on: Wed Sep 11, 2013
Due on: Wed Sep 18, 2013, 2:00 pm CDT
Logistics: Please submit the homework online through blackboard.
1
Reading assignment
Read all the
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Solution to the supplement problem:
1) Primal problem:
min w
2
2
= w12 + w2
subject to the following constraints:
w1 + w2 + b 1
2w1 + 2w2 + b 1
3w1 + 2w2 + b 1
2) Dual problem:
max L(1 , 2 , 3 ) =
3
i
i =1
1
2
3
3
i
j yi y j x i
T
xj
i =1 j =1
1
= cT T
2.1
a) Feasible. The point is interior to each of the constraints
b) Feasible. The point is interior to constraint #2
c) Feasible. The point is interior to constraint #2
d) Feasible. The point is interior to constraint #1 and #2
e) Feasible. The point is
ECE 505
Midterm Examination
22 October 2015
OLMT OMS
APPLIED OPTIMIZATION FOR ENGINEERS FALL 2015
Name: \1\8
Student #:
This is a closed book, closed notes exam lasting for 75 minutes.
There are six problems on the exam, worth the number of points shown
ECE 511 Analysis of Random Signals
Homework 1
IIT, Chicago
Instructor: Salim El Rouayheb
Assigned on: Mon Aug 26, 2013
Due on: Wed Sep 4, 2013
Logistics: I will collect the students papers during the rst ve minutes of the lecture. You
also have the option
1 The solution to this problem is x. : 1, and f0) : 0. This is a convex problem. Since
LOC, 70 z e x Mxl) , the point(x,l) is dual feasible if VILQCJL) = e x - l = 0- The dual Problem
is therefore:
maximum LUL) = -Alog(l)
J. 20
The solution is clearly in