Para quem é direcionado este curso: This course is primarily designed for STEM undergraduates who have already completed classes in calculus and linear algebra. It is also ideal as a Digital Signal Processing primer for students interested in a mathematically solid introduction to the subject. Note that this class is NOT a hands-on, applied DSP course. While many programming examples are provided, the focus is on the theory and not on the implementation.


Desenvolvido por:   Escola Politécnica Federal de Lausana

  • Paolo Prandoni

    Ministrado por:    Paolo Prandoni, Lecturer

    School of Computer and Communication Science

  • Martin Vetterli

    Ministrado por:    Martin Vetterli, Professor

    School of Computer and Communication Sciences
NívelIntermediate
Compromisso8-10 hours/week
Idioma
English
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Avaliado em 4.7 de 5 decorrente de 71 avaliações

Excellent teaching of digital signal processing theory and techniques. Even form an engineering student who already has most on the material, is a very good review source.

Good one

The content of this course is really useful and contains the key points of digital signal processing.

This is a great review and reference for the fundamental knowledge of DSP. The class uses the concept of vector space and basis to explain all the linear transform in signal processing, which helps my understand of the material. You probably need some background of college sophomore and junior level math and system knowledge, but the math in this class is not dull. Rather, it focuses on applying on practical problems, especially on music signal process.

In the filter section, there are not much material about windowing. But in general, the material is adequate as an entry level class of DSP.

The only thing I don't like of the class is it does not provide the lecture slides. I like to take notes when watching the video, and I found it much easier to go back reviewing the material or looking for reference when there is a paper copy in hand than digging into dozens of videos.



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