CISC *7650X Digital Signal Processing

(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as CIS 769.
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37 hours plus conference and independent work; 3 credits

An introduction to discrete time signals and their spectral representation. The concept of sampling and the relationship between continuous signals and their representation on a digital computer. The design of computer algorithms using techniques of digital signal processing for application in digital filter design, digital picture processing, and speech recognition and synthesis.

Prerequisite: Mathematics 7280X [607X] or two terms of calculus; and Computer and Information Science 7200X [714X] or a course in analysis of algorithms.


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