Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Montana State University

EE577:  Advanced Digital Signal Processing

Spring Semester 2011
Section 1 (CRN 34052), MWF 11:00-11:50AM, CobH 632

Instructor

Prof. Robert C. Maher

Office:

610 Cobleigh Hall (northeast corner of 6th floor inside main ECE office)

Phone:

Office:  994-7759
Lab:994-6575 (Unit 21 Faculty Court)
Home:  587-5925 (but please do not call me at home)

Email:

rob.maher@montana.edu

Class Page:

http://ece.montana.edu/rmaher/ee577

Office hours:

MWF 10-11AM
Drop-in questions at other times are always OK if my office door is open.

 

Textbook

"Digital Signal Processing, 4th Edition" by Proakis and Manolakis, Prentice Hall, 2007 (ISBN: 0-13-187374-1).

 

Class Objectives

Students learn the essential advanced topics in digital signal processing that are necessary for successful graduate-level research.  The course includes a review of the linear constant-coefficient system properties covered in an undergraduate DSP course, and then examines a variety of multirate filter structures, time-varying and adaptive systems, fast algorithms, and other topics relevant to the research areas of the students.

 

Class Outline (subject to change)

 

Grading

Homework:

20%

→ Homework will be required periodically ( 3-5 assignments, TBD)

Exam #1

30%

→ (mid-February) Written exam given during class time (50 minutes)

Exam #2

30%

→ (mid-April) Written exam given during class time (50 minutes)

Final Project:

     20%

→ A final written project will be assigned during the latter portion of the semester.

 

100%

 

 

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