Math 313 Fall 2014 (Mon Wed Fri: Noon to 12:50 pm)
Digital Signal Processing
Instructor: James S. Walker
This course will be an example-oriented introduction to basic techniques in digital signal processing, emphasizing especially ideas from Fourier analysis (Fourier series, Fourier transforms, z-transforms). Students will make use of the software Octave (a free clone of MatLab) and the freeware Fawave for performing digital signal processing.
Examples: Click on any of the links below to see examples we discuss in the course.
Removing noise from audio
Multiple binary signal transmission
Nuclear magnetic resonance
SOUNDS: To download a collection of sounds to use with Fawave click on the following link: sounds.
IMAGES: To download a collection of images to use with Fawave click on the following link: images.