CSc 8270 Digital Signal Processing
Spring Semester 2013
Classroom: 400-CS (?)
Time: 2:50 - 4:35 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays
Credits: 4 hours
Instructor: Dr. Michael Weeks
Computer Science Department
Office: 25 Park Place (formerly the SunTrust building), room 754
Office Hours: ??? p.m. Tuesdays
Teaching assistant: TBA
See Attached Calendar
Digital Signal Processing Using MATLAB and Wavelets, second edition,
Jones and Bartlett Publishers,
2010, ISBN: 978-0763784225.
Richard Lyons, Understanding Digital Signal Processing, Addison-Wesley,
1997, ISBN 0-201-63467-8 (Recommended).
Strang and Nguyen, Wavelets and Filter Banks, Revised Edition,
Wellesley-Cambridge Press, 1997, ISBN 0-9614088-7-1 (Recommended).
Introduction - Weeks Ch 1, Lyons Ch 1
MATLAB - Weeks Ch 2
Applications - Weeks Ch 10
Sampling - Weeks Ch 5, Lyons Ch 2
Fourier Transforms (DFT) - Weeks Ch 6, Lyons Ch 3
FIR filters - Weeks Ch 3, Lyons Ch 5, Strang Ch 4
IIR filters (briefly) - Weeks Ch 3, Lyons Ch 6
Z transform - Weeks Ch 7, Lyons Ch 6
Downsampling and Upsampling - Strang Ch 3
Filter Banks - Strang Ch 4 (Time permitting)
Haar Wavelet - Weeks Ch 8, Strang Ch 5 (Time permitting)
Orthogonal Filters - Strang Ch 5 (Time permitting)
Multiresolution - Weeks Ch 8, Strang Ch 6 (Time permitting)
Wavelet Theory - Weeks Ch 9, Strang Ch 7 (Time permitting)
Selected Research Papers
* Time permitting means that we probably will not
have the time to
cover these topics with as much detail as the book. However, all of these
topics will be covered. For example, the Haar Wavelet is covered in Strang's
Chapter 5, but it is also covered briefly in earlier chapters.
CSc 4210/6210 Computer Architecture, or permission of instructor
The nature of information, signals, transforms, applications. Topics
include periodic sampling, Fourier transforms, finite impulse response
filters, signal averaging, the Haar transform, and the wavelet transform.
A mid-term exam will constitute 20% of the course grade.
Approximately 4 Assignments will constitute 40% of the course grade.
(There will be at least 3 assignments, no more than 6).
The project will constitute 40% of the course grade. This includes
a report, and an in-class presentation.