EEGR3111 System Analysis I Fall 1995 Textbook: Principles of Signals and Systems by Fred Taylor, McGraw Hill 1994. Collaboration (not copying) on homework and computer projects is encouraged. All computer projects MUST be done in MATLAB. Class attendance is expected. Exams 1 and 2 may be scheduled during the quiz period (F 4:00-6:00). Sections Topic 1.1-1.5 Introduction to signals 1.6 Sampling 1.7-1.8 Transformations and elementary signals Quiz 1 2.1-2.3 Laplace Transform 2.4 Inverse Laplace Transform, Heaviside(50) Exam 1 3.1-3.4 Fourier Series 3.5-3.7 Fourier Transform 3.8-3.8 Bandwidth (110) Quiz 2 4.1-4.4 Introduction to systems 4.5-4.6 Continuous-time convolution 4.7 BIBO Stability 4.8 System Response, Trajectory (150) Exam 2 5.1-5.4 Transform (Laplace) domain system representation 5.5 Stability, steady-state response, Bode plots (190) Quiz 3 7.1,7.2,7.7,9.3 Difference Equations 8.1-8.5 DTFT and DFT TBD Selected Topics(e.g., Z-Transform) Using MATLAB On Sun/Sparcs (the disk seems to work better on pc's): 1. Insert floppy from textbook 2. FileManager->File->CheckForFloppy 3. Mosaic->Engineering->Mathematics->MATLAB 4. at >> prompt type these commands: >> cd /floppy/noname/matlab/chap1 >> dir >> path(path,'/floppy/noname/matlab/chap1') >> path(path,'/floppy/noname/matlab') >> cd chap1 >> ch1_12 >> (you have to type return to get second plot/spiral). 5. You should see two damped exponentials displayed, similar but not identical to Figure 1-26. 6. Finally display the Matlab file: >> !cat ch1_12.m