EE-3220 Digital Signal Processing
Digital Signal Processing Using MATLAB, 4th Edition by Vinay K. Ingle and John G. Proakis, published 2016-01-01, ISBN-13: 978-1305635128
- Lab 1, Checklist
- Lab 2, Checklist, Demonstration/help on aliasing, Oscilloscope FFT handout
- Lab 3, Checklist
- Lab 4, Checklist, Peppers.bmp
- Lab 5, Checklist
- Lab 6, Checklist
- Lab 7, Checklist, Data files
- Lab 8, Checklist
- Lab 9, Checklist, Dr. Prust's C6713 files
Quizzes with Solutions
- Amend, James M. GM Reveals Investment in Fuel-Saving Powertrain Startup,
WardsAuto, 2015 January 5.
- Demolder, Damien. MIT algorithm aims to eradicate reflections from photos taken through windows, DPReview, 2015 May 14.
- Edwards, John. Signal Processing Leads a Photographic and Imaging Revolution, IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, May 2014.
- Maxfield, Max. Cadence Tensilica Fusion DSP Core Targets IoT, Wearables, EE Times, 2015-04-22.
- Moore, Samuel K. New Class of Digital Signal Processor Wipes Out Wasted Power,
IEEE Spectrum, 2008 November.
- Schneider, David. Could Supercomputing Turn to Signal Processors (Again)?,
IEEE Spectrum, 2012 September 25.
- Solomon, Brett. Hear what you like with Harman Individual Sound Zones,
Technology Tell Car Tech, 2015 January 24.
- ___. Imperfect Processing: A Functionally Feasible (and Fiscally Attractive) Option, Says Singular Computing
(printable), BDTi: Inside DSP, 22 October 2013.
The final exam will be given per the schedule that is published by the Registrar's Office in approximately week 6.
It may cover any material from the course.
The exam will last 2 hours.
EE3220-specific course policies
You will need the use of a calculator capable of performing complex number arithmetic and simultaneous equation solution
of equations with complex coefficients, and with the ability to perform symbolic substitutions (such as a TI-89 or TI-89 Titanium).
Show all work, and work neatly, on your lab, quiz, and exam problems - a simple numeric answer is generally not sufficient.
No credit given for work your professor cannot easily read or readily follow.
|Weekly Quizzes (Lab) ||33⅓%|
|Comprehensive Final Exam ||33⅓%|
This page was last updated on Sunday 29 November 2015.