The lectures for the first half of the semester follow:
Week | Monday Lecture | Wednesday Lecture | Friday Lecture | Deliverables |
1/19 | MLK DAY | Introduction | System properties | |
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1/26 | System properties | System properties | System properties | Homework #1 |
2/2 | System state | System state | Continuous-time convolution | Homework #2 |
2/9 | Continuous-time convolution | Continuous-time convolution | Discrete-time convolution | Homework #3 |
2/16 | Stability and time response | Stability and time response | Discrete-time signals and systems | Homework #4 |
2/23 | Discrete-time signals and systems | Midterm #1 | Discrete-time convolution | Midterm #1 |
3/2 | Return of Midterm #1 | Discrete-time convolution | Discrete-time convolution | Homework #5 |
3/9 | Difference equations | Stability | Laplace transform | Homework #6 |
Spring Break is March 14-22.
The lectures for the second half of the semester follow:
Week | Monday Lecture | Wednesday Lecture | Friday Lecture | Deliverables |
3/23 | Laplace transform | Inverse Laplace transform | Inverse Laplace transform | |
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3/30 | Inverse Laplace transform | Transfer functions | Transfer functions | Homework #7 |
4/6 | System realization | Midterm #2 | Z-transform | Midterm #2 |
4/13 | Z-transform | Return of Midterm #2 | Difference equations | Homework #8 |
4/20 | Frequency response | Frequency response | Z and Laplace transforms | Homework #9 |
4/27 | Fourier series | Fourier series | Fourier analysis | Homework #10 |
5/4 | Fourier transform properties | Fourier transform properties | Sampling theorem | Homework #11 |
Final grades consist of homework assignments, two midterms, and a final exam. The final exam is scheduled to take place 2:00-5:00 pm on May 14th. Coverage of material on the final exam includes sections 1.1 to 8.4 (inclusive) of the textbook, with a couple of exempted sections. Please see the link for more details.
Optional lectures:
Schedule of lectures for MWF format.
Zip file of all lecture slides.
Last updated 04/22/09. Send comments to bevans@ece.utexas.edu