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Digital Signal Processing ECE 5750 Fall 2012 M/W 3:304:45PM Scott T. Acton, Rice Hall 032 and online Email: acton@virginia.edu Office Hours: Tuesday 2:303:30 PM, Thursday 4:455:45 PM, or by appointment (via email). Please feel free to ask questions via email at any time. TA's: Please contact the TA's regarding homework questions, Matlab questions, etc. The TA's are responsible for all homework grading and regrading. (If you want your homework regraded, please see Kirill Orlov in C315.) Kirill Orlov, kirill@virginia.edu, 4349246103. Office Hours: W 56PM. Jiong Wang, jw5fj@virginia.edu, 4349244312. Office Hours: Tu 56PM. Note to offsite students: This is an online, synchronous course. See additional information: http://www.cgep.virginia.edu/OnLineCourse_Instructions.html Prerequisites: ECE 3750/3760 or equivalent (Signals and Systems I and II). Students will use Matlab for completing assignments. Note that Matlab programming itself will not be taught and that most students will have prior Matlab programming experience. Text: Discretetime Signal Processing, Oppenheim and Schafer with Buck, Prentice Hall, 1999 – required. Lecture notes will be made available to the students via the toolkit. Topics:
Homework: Homework will be assigned periodically throughout the semester and will be collected at the beginning of class on the due date (usually Thursday). MiniProject: Each student will choose and complete a term project that involves concepts/applications from the class. A short report in IEEE conference format (about 4 pages) will be required. Exams: There will a onehour midterm and a comprehensive final examination. During the midterm exam, a single 8 1/2" x 11" sheet of notes (singlesided) will be permitted. In the final, two such sheets may be used. Photocopying is not allowed on the note sheets. If you must miss an exam due to circumstances beyond your control, you must notify me (prior to the exam, if possible) so that arrangements can be made. Makeup exams will not be administered to accommodate a "busy" schedule. If you miss an exam, you will be given a 0 grade for that exam. Any movement of the final exam must be scheduled during the first two weeks of class. Grading: Semester grades will be based on the overall class performance. The weighting is as follows: Midterm 25% Final Exam 35% Assignments 30% MiniProject 10% Class Attendance: There will be no records taken of attendance. However, students are responsible for all material covered in class, even if the material is not in the text or the notes. The expected workload is 69 hours outside of class each week. Late Assignments: Please hand in assignments on time (at the beginning of the class on the due date). Assignments handed in the same day after the start of class will be subject to a 10% penalty. Homework handed in the next day will have a 25% penalty. After that point, late homework will not be accepted. This includes the project. Honor Statement: Students are permitted to work in groups on homework assignments, but must complete and turn in individual homework writeups. Computer programs must be individually written. Copying a Matlab (or other) program will be considered an honor violation. Cite all references on your term project. Plagiarism within the project will not be tolerated. Plagiarism includes copying written material and copying computer software. Disability: If any member of the class feels that he/she has a disability and needs special accommodations of any nature whatsoever, I will work with you and the University to provide reasonable accommodations to ensure that you have a fair opportunity to perform in this class. Please advise me of any such disability and the desired accommodations at the earliest possible time  on the first day of class if possible. 