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GEOENGINE - Signal Processing

Signal Processing (1st semester)
Instructor Prof. Dr.-Ing. Uwe Sörgel / Chia-Hsiang Yang
Lecture Tuesday / weekly 14:00 - 15:30
Start: 17-Oct-2017
Room: GSS 24 24.01
Exercise
Wednesday / biweekly 15:45 - 17:15
Room: GSS 24 24.12 / Cip-Pool

Course Contents

Today signal processing has become a foundation in many disciplines. In the course of technological development digital systems employing signal processing are included in many IT products as well as in consumer electronics. For this reason basic knowledge of signal processing is essential to all engineering disciplines, especially to geomatics engineering. It provides the foundation for a deeper understanding of advanced topics such as terrestrial and aerial data acquisition, navigation and others.
This lecture is accompanied and complemented by exercises, which are carried out on computers using the MATLAB® Signal Processing Toolbox.

Pre-requisites

Elementary knowledge of mathematics (linear algebra, complex numbers, integral calculus) from prior BSc programs.
Recommended textbooks
*//*The MathWorks Inc. (1999): Signal Processing Toolbox.
http://www.mathworks.com

 

pdf icon  Lecture Notes:
  1. Introduction
  2. Mathematical Basics
  3. Signals and Systems
  4. Convolution
  5. Approximation by orthonormal Basis Functions
  6. Fourier Series
  7. • Fourier Transform, part 1
    • Fourier Transform, part 2
  8. LTI-Systems and Modulation
  9. Sampling Theorem and Interpolation
  10. Discrete-Time Signal Processing
  11. Random Signals

 

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17-Oct-2017 Introduction
       
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pdf icon  Exercise Sheets:

Examination of former years: