Discrete Time Signals and Systems | Rice X on edX | Coure About Video

Discrete Time Signals and Systems | Rice X on edX | Coure About Video


[STATIC] Huh? Huh? Maybe I can filter that out! [STATIC] [BEEPING] Have you ever wondered how radar and
sonar systems allow us to see invisible targets that miles away? Or how Wall Street predicts
future stock prices, based on only their history? Or how MRI scanners and other medical
imaging devices allow us to see inside our bodies, inside our brains,
and even inside our minds? Finally, have you ever wondered how
digital music synthesizers create those groovy tunes? Hi, I’m Rich Baraniuk, your instructor
for ELEC301x, Discrete Time Signals and Systems. In this course you’ll learn how to
design and analyze the sophisticated mathematical algorithms inside these,
and many other, exciting applications. The material we’ll cover comes directly
from the Electrical and Computer Engineering course at Rice
University that I’ve taught for the last decade. You’ll learn about high tech
mathematical tools, like the fast Fourier transform, like convolution,
and like the Z-transform. See you online, at edX. [MUSIC PLAYING]

3 thoughts on “Discrete Time Signals and Systems | Rice X on edX | Coure About Video

  1. Can't wait for this course to begin!

    But I'd like to ask, are the tools in continuous time (Laplace transforms, continuous time Fourier analysis) considered obsolete for signal processing today or is this covered in a different course? Will we see sampling and interpolation?

  2. Take your calculus and algebra knowledge up a notch! Discrete Time Signals and Systems from @Rice University is now underway — get started! http://ow.ly/KxBCq

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