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* HW #4 - Given a linear time-invariant system where <math>\ u(t) </math> produces an output <math>\ w(t) </math>, find the output due to any function <math>\ x(t) </math> ([[HW 4|Chris Lau]]) |
* HW #4 - Given a linear time-invariant system where <math>\ u(t) </math> produces an output <math>\ w(t) </math>, find the output due to any function <math>\ x(t) </math> ([[HW 4|Chris Lau]]) |
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+ | * HW #6 Pick a property of the Fourier Transform & present it on the Wiki. Make a table with all your properties. Interpret your property. ([[HW 6|Ben Henry]]) |
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==People Involved with this Wiki== |
==People Involved with this Wiki== |

## Revision as of 09:55, 15 October 2010

## Contents

## Topics

Overview of Signals and Systems

### Individual Subjects

- Linear Time Invariant Systems
- Orthogonal Functions
- Finding the Energy in a Signal
- Fourier Series
- Fourier Transforms
- Sampling
- FIR Filter Example
- Relationship between e, sin and cos

## Some Useful Links to Suppliment or Substitute for a Textbook

### Books on Signal Processing

### Fourier Series

- Interactive Mathematics (like a textbook with some examples)
- Mathworld
- Wikipedia
- MIT handout on Fourier Series, Fourier Transform, and Laplace Transform
- Fourier Theory B..M..N.. Clarke

### Dirac Delta Function and Convolution

### Course Pages

Class notes for Signals & Systems

## Articles

### Octave Tutorials

Installing Octave on a Mac (Chris Lau)

Octave and Scilab on a Mac (Ben Henry)

ASN2 - Octave Tutorial (Jodi S. Hodge)

## Homework Assignments

Please put your name next to the assignment, linking it to your submission

- HW #1 - Make a personal page on this wiki (Chris Lau)(Jodi S. Hodge)(Chris Wills)
- HW #2 - Write a tutorial about installing and/or using Octave (Chris Lau)(Jodi S. Hodge)
- HW #3 - Show graphically that (Chris Lau)(Jodi S. Hodge)

- HW #4 - Given a linear time-invariant system where produces an output , find the output due to any function (Chris Lau)
- HW #6 Pick a property of the Fourier Transform & present it on the Wiki. Make a table with all your properties. Interpret your property. (Ben Henry)