389.166 Signal Processing 1
This course is in all assigned curricula part of the STEOP.
This course is in at least 1 assigned curriculum part of the STEOP.

2019W, VU, 3.0h, 4.5EC

Properties

  • Semester hours: 3.0
  • Credits: 4.5
  • Type: VU Lecture and Exercise

Learning outcomes

After successful completion of the course, students are able to understand digital signal processing on an elevated level, to apply modern methods of linear algebra to process signals and to follow recent literature in this field.

Subject of course

1) Basics: Notation - Vector, Matrix, Modeling linear Systems, state-space discription, Fourier, Laplace und Z-Transform, sampling theorems

2) Vector spaces and linear algebra: metric spaces, groups, topologic terms, supremum and infimum, series, Cauchy series, linear combinations, lineare independency, basis and dimension, norms and normed vector spaces, inner vector products and inner produkt spaces, Induced norms and Cauchy-Schwarz Inequality, Orthogonality, Hilbert and Banach spaces,

3) Representation and Approximation in Vector spaces: Approximation problem im Hilbert space, Orthogonality principle, Minimisation with gradient method, Least Square Filterung, linear regression, Signal transformation and generalized Fourier series, Examples for orthogonal Funktions, Wavelet

4) Linear Operators: Linear Functionals, norms on Operators, Orthogonal sub spaces, null space and Range, Projections, Adjoint Operators, Matrix rank, Inverse and condition number, matrix decompositions, subspace methods: pisarenko, music, esprit, singular value decomposition.

5) Kronecker Products: Kronecker Products and Sums, DFT, FFT, Hadamard Transformations, Special Forms of FFT, Split Radix FFT, Overlab add and save Methods, circulant matrices, examples to OFDM, Vec-Operator, Big Data, asymptotic equivalence of Toeplitz and circulant matrices.

Textbook: Moon, Stirling, Mathematical Methods and Algorithms

An addional script together with a copy of the presented slides is available in the graphical center

Teaching methods

Methods of linear algebra as should be known from the bachelor studies are formally applied to describe signals and systems.

Mode of examination

Written and oral

Additional information

oral and written exam

first class: Thu., 3.10.2019, 14:00 - 15:30, EI 3A


Lecturers

Institute

Course dates

DayTimeDateLocationDescription
Thu14:00 - 16:0003.10.2019 - 23.01.2020EI 3A Hörsaal 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Fri08:00 - 10:3004.10.2019 - 17.01.2020EI 4 Reithoffer HS 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Signal Processing 1 - Single appointments
DayDateTimeLocationDescription
Thu03.10.201914:00 - 16:00EI 3A Hörsaal 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Fri04.10.201908:00 - 10:30EI 4 Reithoffer HS 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Thu10.10.201914:00 - 16:00EI 3A Hörsaal 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Fri11.10.201908:00 - 10:30EI 4 Reithoffer HS 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Thu17.10.201914:00 - 16:00EI 3A Hörsaal 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Fri18.10.201908:00 - 10:30EI 4 Reithoffer HS 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Thu24.10.201914:00 - 16:00EI 3A Hörsaal 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Fri25.10.201908:00 - 10:30EI 4 Reithoffer HS 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Thu31.10.201914:00 - 16:00EI 3A Hörsaal 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Thu07.11.201914:00 - 16:00EI 3A Hörsaal 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Fri08.11.201908:00 - 10:30EI 4 Reithoffer HS 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Thu14.11.201914:00 - 16:00EI 3A Hörsaal 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Thu21.11.201914:00 - 16:00EI 3A Hörsaal 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Fri22.11.201908:00 - 10:30EI 4 Reithoffer HS 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Thu28.11.201914:00 - 16:00EI 3A Hörsaal 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Fri29.11.201908:00 - 10:30EI 4 Reithoffer HS 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Thu05.12.201914:00 - 16:00EI 3A Hörsaal 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Fri06.12.201908:00 - 10:30EI 4 Reithoffer HS 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Thu12.12.201914:00 - 16:00EI 3A Hörsaal 389.166 Signal Processing 1
Fri13.12.201908:00 - 10:30EI 4 Reithoffer HS 389.166 Signal Processing 1

Examination modalities

home exercises and midterm are required for a minimum score (18p). After that acceptance to the oral exam is given. Performance  of home exam and midterm is taken into account for the final scoring.

Exams

DayTimeDateRoomMode of examinationApplication timeApplication modeExam
Wed08:00 - 12:0013.11.2019 CG0402oral24.09.2019 08:00 - 11.11.2019 08:00TISSSP1 Oral Exam
Wed08:00 - 12:0027.11.2019 CG0402oral05.11.2019 00:00 - 25.11.2019 08:00TISSSP1 Oral Exam

Course registration

Not necessary

Curricula

Literature

Textbook: Moon, Stirling, Mathematical Methods and Algorithms
An additional script including all displayed slides are available from the graphical centre(Graphisches Zentrum).

Previous knowledge

Mathematically oriented part of bacc studies is assumed to be passed! For example, Math I-III, Signals and Systems I and II, Electrodynamics

Miscellaneous

Language

English