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DSP-First, 2nd Edition. 1 Introduction. 1. MathematicalRepresentationofSignals 2. Mathematical Representation of Systems. DSP First. Laboratory Exercise #2. Introduction to Complex Exponentials. The goal of this In this lab, we first review the complex exponential signal and the. DSP First. Laboratory Exercise #3. Synthesis of Sinusoidal Signals. This lab includes a project on music synthesis with sinusoids. One of several candidate.

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McC and R. S began to develop a one-quarter course that was to become the first course for Georgia Tech computer engineering students, who were at that time following an overlapping, but separate, curriculum track from the electrical engineering students in the School of ECE.

We argued that the subject of digital signal processing DSP had everything we wanted in a first course for computer engineers: it introduced the students to the use of mathematics as a language for thinking about engineering problems; it laid useful groundwork for subsequent courses; it made a strong connection to digital computation as a means for implementing systems; and it offered the possibility of interesting applications to motivate beginning engineers to do the hard work of connecting mathematics and computation to problem solving.

We were not the first to have this idea. In particular, two books by Professor Ken Steiglitz of Princeton University had a major impact on our thinking.

Indeed, Steiglitz's book was well ahead of its time, since DSP had few practical applications, and even simple simulations on then-available batch processing computers required significant programming effort. By the early s, however, DSP applications such as CD audio, high-speed modems, and cell phones were widespread due to the availability of low-cost "DSP chips" that could perform extensive computation in "real time. From the beginning, we believed that "hands-on" experience with real signals was crucial.

In the laboratory assignments, students gain direct reinforcement from hearing and seeing the effects of filtering operations that they have implemented on sound and image signals.

They synthesize music from sinusoids, and they see that those same sinusoids are the basis for the data modems that they use routinely to access the Internet. We also found that MATLAB made it possible to quickly develop demonstration programs for visualizing and clarifying complicated mathematical concepts. By , we had written notes covering the topics in our course, and we had amassed a large amount of computer-based supporting material.

Mark Yoder, while on sabbatical leave from Rose-Hulman, had the idea to put all of this material in a form that other teachers and students could access easily.

It included demonstrations and animations used in classes, laboratory assignments, and solved homework problems. As teachers, this material has changed the way we present ideas, because it offers new ways to visualize a concept "beyond the equations. We anticipate that this growth will continue, and that users of this material will see new ideas take shape in the form of additional demos and labs. No sooner had we finished DSP First, then Georgia Tech switched from a quarterly system to semesters, and our expanded course became "Signal Processing First," the first course for computer engineers and electrical engineers.

However, we found ourselves with a textbook that only covered two-thirds of the material that we needed to include for the semester- long, required signals and systems core course in our semester curriculum. We do not accept double-sided forms.

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