Course Information

  • Instructor : Krishna R. Narayanan (ude.umat|nrk#ude.umat|nrk)
  • Office Hours: Mon, Tue 11.00 AM to 12.30 PM
  • Email : ude.umat|nrk#ude.umat|nrk
  • Text book (Required): A. Oppenheim, Wilsky and Young, Signals and Systems
  • Other Reference Material:
          • Haykin and Van Veen, Signals and Systems, Wiley, 2005
          • Lathi, Linear Systems and Signals
  • Prerequisites
          • ECEN 214 or equivalent
          • Math 308 or equivalent
          • Calculus, Differential equations
          • A willingness to learn
  • Grading policy
          • Homeworks - 15%
          • Quizzes - 20%
          • Midterm 1 (tentatively on Feb 20) - 20%
          • Midterm 2 (tenatively on April 03) - 20%
          • Final - 25%

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