ENGN 395 - Special Topics in Engineering
Prerequisite: Vary with topic. Advanced work in solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, or materials science. Topics selected based on student interest. May be repeated for a maximum of six credits if the topics are different.
Spring 2020, ENGN 395-01: Special Topics In Engineering: Applied Signal Processing (3). Prerequisite: ENGN/PHYS 225 or MATH 222. Integrates theory and practice of digital signal processing techniques emphasizing time-frequency analysis, digital filtering, and source separation. Applications include biomedical problems (e.g., heartbeat detection); civil/structural health monitoring (seismic damage detection); music (digital sound synthesis); and data compression (e.g., jpeg and mp3 audio and video). In the final week, students propose signal processing solutions to open-ended research problems. Erickson.
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