## EE150: Signals and SystemsProf. Ziping Zhao, ShanghaiTech University, Spring Term 2019-20.
## Course Descriptions
This course is companioned by a lab component (EE150L: Signals and Systems Lab). ## AnnouncementsTime: Tue/Thu 8:15am-9:55am, Venue: Blackboard (Bb) e-learning platform.
## PrerequisitesCompulsory: Mathematical Analysis, Linear Algebra, Complex Analysis. Recommended: Methods of Mathematics or Mathematical Methods for Physics, EE111 Electric Circuits.
## Textbooks and Optional References*Signals and Systems (2nd Edition)*(Pearson), by A. V. Oppenheim, A. S. Willsky, and S. Hamid.*Signals and Systems Using MATLAB® (2nd Edition)*(Academic Press), by L. F. Chaparro.
## SchedulePart I Signals and systems (one week) Linear time-invariant systems (one week) Fourier series (two weeks) Continuous-time Fourier transform (two weeks) Discrete-time Fourier transform (two weeks)
Part II Time and frequency characterization of signals and systems, filters design (two weeks) Sampling (two weeks) Laplace transform, circuit analysis (two weeks) Z-transform (two weeks)
Part III (optional) Communication/radar signals and systems Acoustic/(biomedical) imaging signals and systems Linear feedback systems
## Assessment20% homework, 30% mid-term exam, 50% final exam. ## Academic Integrity PolicyGroup study and collaboration on problem sets are encouraged, as working together is a great way to understand new materials. Students are free to discuss the homework problems with anyone under the following conditions: Students must write down their own solutions. Plagiarism is never allowed. Similar answers, MATLAB codes, etc., found in HWs will invite you into suspected plagiarism investigation. Students must list the names of their collaborators (i.e., anyone with whom the assignment was discussed). Students can not use old solution sets from other classes under any circumstances, unless the instructor grants special permission.
Students are encouraged to read the ShanghaiTech Policy on Academic Integrity. |