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Revision as of 22:38, 1 December 2019

ECE 438: Digital Signal Processing with Applications

Professor Boutin, Fall 2019


Message area:

  • Welcome to ECE438!
  • Please make sure to get a copy of the notes from the University Book Store across from PMU.

Course Information

  • Instructor: Prof. Mimi
  • Teaching Assistant: Daulet Kenzhebalin
    • Email: dkenzheb at purdue dot you know what
  • Teaching Assistant: Scott Dye
    • Email: dyes at purdue dot you know what
  • Teaching Assistant: Yang Cheng
    • Email: cheng159 at purdue dot you know what
  • Course Outline (Approximate schedule with detailed reference list)
  • Course Syllabus
  • Important Dates:
    • Test 1: Covers Part 1 of the material,
    • Test 2: Covers Part 2 of the material,
    • Final: TBA

Labs

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Resources


Homework

  • HW1 will be distributed in class; grades will be posted on Blackboard; graded copies and solution will be distributed in class.

A bonus point opportunity

Students in ECE438 Fall 2019 have the opportunity to earn up to a 3% bonus by contributing a Rhea page on a subject related to digital signal processing. To pick a subject, simply write your name next to it. Please do not simply copy the lecture notes and do not plagiarize. Check with the instructor to make sure your topic is appropriate. Read Rhea's copyright policy before proceeding.

The deadline for contributing a project is at midnight on Sunday Dec. 1, 2019.


Topic Number Topic Description Student Name/Nickname
1 Sampling rate conversion: an intuitive view Brian Helfrecht
2 Formant Analysis Using Wideband Spectographic Representation Brandon Henman
3 Finding the Optimal Filter Size for Median Filtering Aditya Chakraborty
4 Use Spectrogram Analysis and Filtering to Hear Recorded Bat Noises More Clearly Audrey Trujillo
5 LTI Systems and Z-Transform Properties: Study Guide Gabriel Lake
6 Voiced, Unvoiced Signals and Clapping Detection Haoda Gong
7 Modeling the sound of an acoustic guitar using the Karplus-Strong algorithm Surya Vezhavendan

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