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*Week 11:  [http://engineering.purdue.edu/VISE/ee438L/lab9/pdf/lab9a.pdf Lab 9a - Speech Processing] - [[Media:lab9agradingrubric.pdf|Lab9a cover sheet with grading rubric]]
 
*Week 11:  [http://engineering.purdue.edu/VISE/ee438L/lab9/pdf/lab9a.pdf Lab 9a - Speech Processing] - [[Media:lab9agradingrubric.pdf|Lab9a cover sheet with grading rubric]]
  
*Week 12:  [http://engineering.purdue.edu/VISE/ee438L/lab9/pdf/lab9b.pdf Lab 9b - Speech Processing] - A brief note for [https://www.sfu.ca/sonic-studio-webdav/handbook/Formant.html Formant].
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*Week 12:  [http://engineering.purdue.edu/VISE/ee438L/lab9/pdf/lab9b.pdf Lab 9b - Speech Processing] - [[Media:lab9bgradingrubric.pdf|Lab9b cover sheet with grading rubric]] - A brief note for [https://www.sfu.ca/sonic-studio-webdav/handbook/Formant.html Formant].
  
 
*Week 13:  [http://engineering.purdue.edu/VISE/ee438L/lab10/pdf/lab10a.pdf Lab 10a - Image Processing]
 
*Week 13:  [http://engineering.purdue.edu/VISE/ee438L/lab10/pdf/lab10a.pdf Lab 10a - Image Processing]

Revision as of 23:11, 6 November 2019

Lab wiki for ECE 438:Digital Signal Processing With Applications, Fall 2019


Meet your Instructors

Daulet Kenzhebalin Scott Dye Yang Cheng

Office hours this week 10/01/2019 (EE215)

  • Tuesday: 10.30am-11.20am Daulet Kenzhebalin
  • Tuesday: 5:30pm-6:30pm Scott Dye
  • Thursday: 5:30pm-6:30pm Scott Dye
  • Friday: 10.30am-11.20am Daulet Kenzhebalin

Lab syllabus / Coding Rubric

MATLAB Help Reference. Landis Huffman's Matlab Page. Changing Keyboard Shortcuts in Matlab

Lab report (don't forget the following):

- Cover page: lab#, names, signatures, participation[%], time spent outside the lab session

- Copy the questions in the INLAB REPORT for each section, then answer.

- If INLAB REPORT asks to hand in your Matlab code, include the codes in your report.

- Other requirements: Additional lab report requirement


Basic Folder Setup

  • Week 14: Thanksgiving Break
  • Week 16: Q & A Session (Dead week)

Alumni Liaison

To all math majors: "Mathematics is a wonderfully rich subject."

Dr. Paul Garrett