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Intro Engr
Eng 100 Eng 101 T.C. 215 T.C. 496
EECS 210 EECS 211 EECS 212 EECS 230 EECS 270 EECS 280 EECS 311 EECS 320 EECS 330 EECS 401 EECS 451 EECS 452 EECS 461
Math & Sciences
Math 115 Math 116 Math 215 Math 216 Chem 125&130 Phys 140&141 Phys 240&241
HU & S.S.
JE 101&JE 102 RCNS 270 Hist 285 Hist 301
Eng 195 ME 424 P.A.T. 201 Phys 489 T.C. 450

EECS 212/316: Signals and Systems

Completed: A-

Basic linear system theory concepts and their use in analyzing signals and linear systems. Topics include: superposition; convolution and impulse response; Fourier series and transforms; Laplace transforms; transfer functions; Applications include: filtering; amplitude modulation; Nyquist sampling theorem; feedback control systems. Computational aspects of the material are illustrated through MATLAB exercises.

Fall 2001, Professor Winick

This was the most challenging course I've had at UofM so far. The material covered was covered fast and in depth. There were weeks when discussion would be replaced with more lectures. It was also one of the interesting classes because the material covered is the beginnings of signal processing theory. However, due to the extreme nature of the class, the homework and the exams, it was incredibly difficult. The professor was very good but this class deserves a 300 level course number and taking it concurrently with three other EE classes was a mistake.



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