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University of Windsor Electrical and Computer Engineering Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing 06-88-457 Instructor: Dr. M.

Mirhassani

Course Syllabus: Discrete time signals and systems models and analysis; Z-transform; discrete Fourier transform (DFT); FFT algorithms; FIR filter design; IIR filter design; stability; realization; hardware and software implementations; digital signal processing applications Required Text Books: Digital Signal Processing, Signals systems and Filters by Andreas Antoniou, Published by Mc Graw Hill, ISBN: 9780071454247 Schedule and Contact Information:
Lectures: Tuesday and Thursday, 10-11:20 AM, DH #355 Tutorial: Wednesday 8-9:50 AM, #1123 ED Course Instructor Information:

Dr. M. Mirhassani o E-mail: mitramir@uwindsor.ca, Office: 230A EH o office hours: Mondays 10AM-2PM, You can set up an appointment with me if this time conflicts with your schedule Graduate Assistants o Karl Leboeuf, leboeu3@uwindsor.ca o Babak Zamanlooy, zamanlo@uwindsor.ca Lecturtes Any excessive talking, noises or other inappropriate behaviour by students can disrupt the lecture and disadvantage those present. Thus, any student(s) engaging in disruptive behaviour, as deemed by the instructor, will be required to leave the lecture room and possibly withdraw from the course. Your co-operation in this matter will be appreciated. Tutorial Tutorials are conducted by a graduate student and are used to emphasize, and practice the concepts taught during the lecture. Tutorial questions are usually chosen from the end of chapter problems of the text book. If a student wants a specific question to be solved in the tutorial, please let me know in advance. I will not post the answers to the end of chapter problems on the website under any circumstances. To get answers, I can offer two options: o Attend the tutorial o Use the office hour, in this case you need to show your previous attempts in solving the questions. Solution manual is not going to be handed out in any case. Students cannot demand it from GAs or course instructor.

Examination Schedule Midterm test1: 6-8 PM, Friday, February 17th, 2012 Location: TBA (The exam location may change by the registrar office. In that case, students will be notified by e-mail of the change.)
Midterm test2: 6-8 PM, Friday, March 16th, 2012 Location: TBA (The exam location may change by the registrar office. In that case, students will be notified by e-mail of the change.) Final test: 12:00-3:00 PM, April 17th, 2012, Location TBA

Grading Policy and Scheme:


Grade point distribution (total 100 points): o Midterm Exam I (25%) o Midterm Exam II (30%) o Final Exam (45%) Overall grade of a student will be a simple summation of points she/he obtained in midterm and final exams (in case of fraction, grade point will be rounded to the nearest integer value before mapping to letter grade). Numerical/letter grade conversion:

A+ 93-100 A 8692.9 A- 8085.9

B+ 77-79.9 B 73-76.9 B- 70-72.9

C+ 67-69.9 D+ 57-59.9 C 63-66.9 D 53-56.9 C- 60-62.9 D- 50-52.9

F 3549.9 F- 0-34.9

Midterm test(s) which are missed for medical reasons and satisfactorily documented with the Office of the Associate Dean results in rescheduling the midterm examination for a later date. o In this case it is absolutely necessary to submit the documents immediately to the deans office, and contact me, since midterms are re-taken a week after. If your medical reason is still going to prevent you from taking the midterm at the new date, it is required to have your doctor confirm that you need more than one week of rest, submitted with the original documents to the deans office. If for any other reason, you missed the re-test, it is required to bring another doctors note, and contact me to setup another date for the midterm test. Midterm weights do not under any circumstance will be transferred to final exam.

If a student does not write the final exam, then she/he will be given zero for the final exam and a corresponding letter grade is calculated based on that. If a student is listed as a registered student but never appears in class, and has not attended study groups, or written exams, then assign F- or NR (No Report). The computer will assign F- for the grade NR.
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Please note that in case of missing the final exam, you have to contact me for details on exam coverage. Final exam coverage may extend from cover to cover. Students who are unable to write a final examination(s) during the regularly scheduled time slot because of a conflict with religious conviction must apply to the Office of the Registrar to write an alternative examination(s). These students are required to apply for the alternative examination(s) in the course(s) involved by the end of the normal add/drop period for the session ... (date). The Registrars Office will reschedule the alternative examination(s) for those students in another slot(s) within the regularly scheduled examination period. Students who have requested alternative examinations will receive an amended examination schedule. Application Form for Alternative Final Exam Due to Conflict with Religious Convictions is available on the SIS.

Supplemental Exam Privilege


The Academic Standing Committee may grant a supplemental privilege for a failed course provided that the student: has failed only one course in the evaluation period (two full-time academic semesters); and has a grade in the failed course of F, and all lab reports, etc. have been submitted has a cumulative grade point average of 5 or better. Please note that Supplemental examination accounts for only final exam mark. Supplemental exam coverage is on all material taught during the whole semester. You have to consult the instructor to make sure of the exam content prior to sitting for the exam.

Personal Communication Devices (Cell phones, Pagers, etc.)


Any type of personal communication device is strictly prohibited during lectures and any examination. Please disable and leave these devices with your other personal belongings in the front of the room prior to the examination. Failure to do so will result
Appropriate action will be taken during the exam Your device is confiscated for an undetermined amount of time Your name will be forwarded to the Academic Integrity office for further legal action against you

Calculators
Only Faculty approved calculators may be used during any examinations. In case of uncertainty contact the Associate Dean's office for further information.

Quiz/Examination Procedures
Prior to finding a seat for an examination, the students must place all of their belonging not related to examination writing at the front of the room. This includes book bags, coats, purses, cell phones, pagers (turn them off), study notes, etc.
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Each student candidate in any test may be required to bring into the examination room the following aids: o Pen, and pencils o Ruler and eraser o Pencil sharpener o The university approved calculators Students cannot borrow these items from other students during the exam. Students may be required to submit any of these items for inspection at any time. At no time will any books, papers, notes, study aids, ect. is permitted in the examination. Eating, drinking or smoking is not allowed during an examination. Please leave these items at the front of the room. Once a seat is found, the student must have their STUDENT ID card visible at all times. In order for your paper to be evaluated, you must show your STUDENT ID. Without this identification your paper will not be evaluated. Any student who is more than 30 minutes late to an examination will not be allowed to write the exam. Write your answers in the examination booklet provided. Do not write or bring in any additional papers or booklets. You may only write on the question sheet when instructed to do so. You may only communicate with the instructor or invigilators during the examination. Doing so with anyone else will be considered cheating and appropriate action will be taken. If you choose to continue writing past the schedule time for the examination, you will be subject to grade penalties. If you finish your exam prior to 30 minutes from the beginning of the exam, you will not be allowed to leave until that time. It is important to follow the instructions that are given for each exam. Remember to place your SURNAME and ID number on your exams. Scope: all the topics and materials that are covered during the course in the form of class lecture, lecture notes/slides, tutorials, homework and projects. Graded paper will be made available for students verification after grade posting. Details about when and where students can see their papers will be announced along with the grades.

Academic Integrity
The University's Student Code of Conduct provides that all students are expected to commit to a code of behaviour based on dignity and individuality and respect for the rights and property of others. The Code also stresses that a high standard of conduct is expected of students at the University of Windsor, as exemplified by responsible behavior with respect to personal and academic commitments and respect for differences. For more information please visit the provided link: http://www.uwindsor.ca/units/studentservices/main.nsf/inToc/84B87ED6FB95F57C8525704 30066DAB4

Student Evaluation of Teaching


Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET) forms will be administered in the class some time during the last two weeks of classes. This will provide a chance for the students to give feedback on the instructor and the course.