SGN-1158 Introduction to Signal Processing, short version 2012, 3 cr
Given by Karen Egiazarian (Room TE 416, Phone 3115 3860, E-mail: firstname.familyname (at) tut.fi)
Given by Tatiana Efimushkina (Room TC 403, E-mail: firstname.familyname (at) tut.fi)
Time and place:
- Tuesdays 14:15-16:00 room S1 (Sahkotalo)
- Exercises (Please choose only one group for attendance):
- Group 1: Tuesdays 12:15-14:00, room TC407.
- Group 2: Fridays 10:15-12:00, room TC407.
- Group 3: Fridays 14:15-16:00, room TB205.
(Lintula account is needed for the in-class MATLAB exercises in room TC 407)
FIRST LECTURE, August 28, 2012, Tuesday, 14:15-16:00, room S1
In-class exercises. 70% for both lectures and exercises have mandatory attendance.
Grading is based on exam. By completing the exercises beforehand and during the exercise session, you can earn bonus points for the exam. Solutions via e-mail are NOT accepted.
Content of the course
The lectures will follow the textbook:
 Sanjit Mitra, Digital Signal Processing: A Computer-Based Approach, 3rd edition, McGraw Hill, 2005.
 Steven W. Smith, The Scientist and Engineer's Guide to Digital Signal Processing
All students are entitled of borrowing one copy of the textbook for the time of the course. In order to get a book from the library, the student should be registered at POP. The library will be giving the books to registered students.
Different signals, basic operations, convolution, correlation.
Reference: [1, chapters 1 & 2]; [2, chapters 1,3 & 6].
Lecture handouts: Lecture 1
More about discrete-time signals, their classification, basic sequences, sampling
Reference: [1, chapter 2]; [2, chapter 3]. Lecture handouts: Lecture 2
Audio and speech.
Reference: [2, chapter 22]. Lecture handouts: Lecture 3
LTI-systems, their classification and properties, DTFT and DFT.
Reference: [1, chapters 2, 3 & 5]; [2, chapter 5 & 8]. Lecture handouts: Lecture 4
Reference: [2, chapter 23,24]. Lecture handouts: Lecture 5
More on DFT and fast transforms.
Reference: [1, chapters 3 & 5]; [2, chapters 9 & 10]. Lecture handouts: Lecture 6
More on convolution, z-transform and filters;
Reference: [1, chapters 3 & 5, 6]; [2, chapters 9 & 10]. Lecture handouts: Lecture 7
Updated on 27.8.2012 by Tatiana Efimushkina