COURSE OBJECTIVE
To introduce the fundamentals of digital signal processing and related
applications. This course will cover linear system analysis, ztransform,
discrete Fourier transform (DFT) and its applications, FFT algorithms,
digital filter (FIR and IIR) design and multirate signal processing.
TEXTBOOK
J. Proakis and D. Manolakis (1996). Digital
Signal Processing: Principles, Algorithms and Applications, (3^{rd}
edition), Prentice Hall.
ASSIGNMENTS
The course requirements consist of:
Course announcements and downloads (Spring 2000)
TENTATIVE SCHEDULE

Date 



1/10  Continuous and discretetime signals, intro to MATLAB  1.3 

1/17  Analogtodigital and D/A conversion, sampling theorem  1.4 

1/24  Discretetime signals, discretetime systems, analysis of discretetime LTI systems  2.1, 2.2, 2.3 

1/31  Correlation of discretetime signals, Ztransform  2.6, 3.1 

2/7  Properties of the Ztransform, rational ztransforms  3.2, 3.3 

2/14  Inversion of the Ztransform, analysis of LTI systems in the zdomain  3.4, 3.6 

2/21  Frequencyanalysis of continuoustime signals, frequency analysis of discretetime signals  4.1, 4.2 

2/28  Properties of the Fourier transform for discretetime signals, frequencydomain characteristics of LTI systems  4.3, 4.4 

3/6  SPRING BREAK  

3/13  Frequencydomain sampling: The DFT, Properties of the DFT  5.1, 5.2 

3/20  Linearfiltering methods based on the DFT, frequency analysis of signals using the DFT, efficient computation of the DFT: FFT algorithms  5.3, 5.4, 6.1 

3/27  Structures for the realizations of discretetime systems, structures for FIR systems, structures for IIR systems  7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 

4/3  Quantization
and roundoff effects in digital filters
Design of digital filters, design of FIR filters 
7.6,
7.7
8.1, 8.2 

4/10  Design of FIR filters, design of IIR filters from analog filters  8.2, 8.3 

4/17  Frequency transformations, design of filters based on leastsquares method  8.4, 8.5 

4/24  Multirate digital signal processing: Decimation by a factor D, interpolation by a factor I, sampling rate conversion by a rational factor I/D  10.1, 10.2, 10.3, 10.4 





