EECE 233 Signals and Systems (Spring 2020) offered by Dept. of Electrical Eng, Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH).
In-class meetings on every MW 11:00-12:15 at LG 104. For exceptions, see Schedule/Downloads.
Instructor: Professor Joon Ho Cho
Office) LG 409
E-mail) jcho (at) postech (dot) ac (dot) kr
Office Hours: by appointments
E-mail) hjcho6515 (at) postech (dot) ac (dot) kr
Office Hours: by appointments
It is your responsibility to check every new announcement posted in the homepage. Class notes will be available at Schedule/Downloads.
This course provides the foundations for the study in Communications, Signal Processing, Control, etc.
Through this course, students will learn
1. the concepts of signals and systems,
2. how to analyze linear time-invariant systems by using time-domain and frequency-domain approaches,
3. how to design linear time-invariant systems by using time-domain and frequency-domain approaches,
4. how to convert a continuous-time signal to a discrete-time signal, and vice versa, and
5.( how to use MATLAB to perform digital signal processing.)
Textbooks: You are strongly advised to buy the textbook.
A. V. Oppenheim and A. S. Willsky, Signals and Systems, 2nd Edition. Prentice Hall, 1996
Haykin, Van Veen, Signals and Systems, 2nd Edition (1분반 교과서)
References: These references are available at the POSTECH library.
J. R. Buck, M. M. Daniel, A. C. Singer, Computer Explorations in Signals and Systems Using MATLAB , 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall, 2001
H. Hsu, Schaum's Outline of Signals and Systems, McGraw-Hill, 1995 (The book is available as an e-Book at the POSTECH library.)
Kamen and Heck, Fundamentals of Signals and Systems using the Web and MATLAB, 2nd Edition, 2000, Prentice-Hall
Phillips, Parr, and Riskin, Signals, Systems, and Transforms (3rd Edition)
B. P. Lathi, Signal Processing and Linear Systems
B.P. Lathi, Linear Signals and Systems
Ziemer, Tranter, and Fannin, Signals and Systems: Continuous and Discrete (4th Edition)
Karris, Signals and Systems with MATLAB Applications
Order of the coverage (The numbers are the chapter numbers of the textbook 1.)
1. Signals and Systems
2. Linear Time-Invariant Systems
3. Fourier Series Representation of Periodic Signals
4. Continuous-time Fourier Transform
5. Discrete-time Fourier Transform
6. Time and Frequency Characterization of Signals and Systems
9. Laplace Transform
8. Communication Systems
Pre-requisites: (For any pre-requisite related questions, consult the instructor.)
1. Calculus, Differential Equations (or working knowledge on linear constant-coefficient differential equations),
2. Circuit Theory (or working knowledge on one-sided and two-sided Laplace Transforms),
3. Complex Analysis (or working knowledge on Euler's identity and algebra on complex field, rational functions and their poles and zeros),
4. Linear Algebra (or working knowledge on eigenvalues and eigenvectors, row and column spaces, identity matrix, inverse matrix, etc.)
1. Quiz #1 (TBA, MM/DD, Lec. #1-#XX at LG 104)
2. midterm exam (TBA, MM/DD, Lec. #1-#XX at LG 104)
3. Quiz #2 (TBA, MM/DD, Lec. #1-#XX at LG 104)
4. Final exam (TBA, MM/DD, Lec. #1-#29 at LG 104)
6. Class attendance Pass/Fail
A two-page crib sheet of A4 size is allowed in each exam. Only one or two problems of each homework will be randomly selected and graded.
Re-grade requests must be filed in writing within one week after graded quizzes have been returned to students.
1. In special cases, students may take exams earlier than the original schedule if he/she requests at least one week earlier.
2. Excused class absence on an exam day may lead to a make-up exam for the absentee.
3. Re-grade requests must be filed in writing within one week after the graded exam has been returned to students.
Final grade will be given based on multi-facet assessment of the course requirements.
You will use the PRS system through this course. Once the PRS transmitter is distributed in the beginning of the semester, it's your responsibility to bring it at every meeting with fully charged batteries and return it at the end of the semester.
If the instructor suspects academic dishonesty, the instructor will notify the student(s) and follow the procedure to report to the school without any exception. Students have the responsibility to be knowledgeable about the consequences of dishonesty.
See, recently published report cover page and academic honesty guide.