Discrete Linear Systems and Applied Information Theory (EP 320.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
EP 320 02 January 2017 Douglas Degenstein (primary instructor)
 
EP 320 02 January 2016 Daniel Zawada (primary instructor)

Description

An introduction to discrete linear systems and applied information theory with strong emphasis on both analytic and computer based solutions to practical physical problems in systems engineering and data analysis. In the laboratory portion of this class the students write their own software to solve problems that are introduced in the formal lectures. These problems include: discrete solutions to LCR circuits; discrete filtering of measurements collected in real experiments; the frequency responses of any linear system; and amplitude modulation of signals.

Prerequisite(s)

(EP 202 or EP 229) and EP 214 and EP 228 and MATH 224.

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