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Digital Image Processing (Undergraduate 4th year)  
This course introduces the fundamental principles and applications of digital image processing. The course lays a foundation in linear signals and system theory and digital signal processing and then explores major applications in image processing: enhancement, restoration, and compression. Each student must carry out hands-on computer assignments to complement the lecture material in one or more of the major topic areas.
Submitted: Aug 22, 2007
Speech Processing (Graduate)  
This course emphasizes processing of the human speech waveform, primarily using digital techniques. Theory of speech production as related to signal models in time and frequency domains are covered, as well as the measurement of model parameters, short-time Fourier spectrum, and linear predictor coefficients. Speech coding, recognition and synthesis, and speaker recognition are also included. Some consideration is given to speech processing hardware.

Professor Name: Joseph P. Campbell
Department: Engineering
University: Johns Hopkins University
Textbooks: Deller, J.R., Proakis, J.G. and Hansen, J.H.L. Discrete-Time Processing of Speech Signals. IEEE, 1999.

Submitted: Aug 22, 2007
Analytical and Computational Methods in Electrical Engineering  
Description: This course will provide extensive coverage of numerical linear algebra, focusing on algorithms and capabilities that are incorporated into MATLAB. Applications of the material will be given in the areas of image compression, the least squares fit of a line to a data set, and n-port electrical networks.
Course material created by Dr. John L. Stensby.
Target audience: Graduate
Institution: The University of Alabama in Huntsville
Materials available: Course outline or syllabus
Products: MATLAB

Submitted: Jul 30, 2008
Electromagnetic Waves & Antennas  
Description: A toolbox of functions to accompany the online book "Electromagnetic Waves & Antennas" by Sophocles Orfanidis. The toolbox includes functions for the design and analysis of examples found throughout the text.
Target audience: Advanced undergraduate (3rd or 4th year)
Academic institution: Rutgers University
Materials available: Downloadable code/data files
Products: MATLAB

Submitted: Jul 08, 2008
MATLAB Simulations for Radar Systems Design  
Description: Comprehensive set of *.m files and function, including GUI, to calculate and plot radar design and analysis issues. This includes the radar equation, radar waveform analysis, pulse compression, matched filter, stretch processing, HRR, phased arrays, Kalman filter, MTI, clutter analysis, Swerling models and Pd calaculations,PRN and Barker codes, SAR, etc.
Target audience: Advanced undergraduate (3rd or 4th year)
Academic institution: Decibel Research
Materials available: Downloadable code/data files
Products: Signal Processing Toolbox

Submitted: Jul 08, 2008
Vorlesung MATLAB/Simulink [German content]  
Description: Diese Vorlesung stellt eine Einf? in die numerische Simulationsumgebung MATLAB und Simulink dar. Ziel ist es, den sicheren und selbst䮤igen Umgang mit MATLAB und Simulink zu erlernen, um in einer sp䴥ren T䴩gkeit diese Simulationswerkzeuge effizient einsetzen zu k?n.
Hierzu werden anhand kurzer Simulationsbeispiele die in der Vorlesung behandelten Themen demonstriert und in der anschlieߥnden betreuten Rechner?selbst䮤ig anhand von ܢungsaufgaben nachvollzogen und vertieft.
Die Themenbereiche im einzelnen:
MATLAB Grundlagen: Variablen, Ein-/Ausgabe, Programmierung, Graphik (2D,3D)
MATLAB Toolboxen: Regelungstechnik (Control System TB)
SIMULINK: Grundlagen, lineare und nichtlineare Systeme, Regelkreise
Literatur: Lehrbuch Matlab - Simulink - Stateflow
A. Angermann, M. Beuschel, M. Rau, U. Wohlfarth
Oldenbourg Verlag, M?, 5., ?beitete Auflage 2007
ISBN 978-3-486-58272-7
Target audience: Advanced undergraduate (3rd or 4th year)
Academic institution: Fachhochschule Augsburg FB Elektrotechnik/Mechatronik
Materials available: Problem sets/projects, Presentations, Course outline/syllabus, Textbook recommendations, Primers/tutorials, Downloadable code/data files
Products: MATLAB,Simulink

Submitted: Jun 26, 2008
Circuit Analysis I with MATLAB Computing and Simulink SimPowerSystems Modeling  
This text is an introduction to the basic principles of electrical engineering and covers DC and AC circuit analysis and Transients. It is intended for all engineering majors and presumes knowledge of first year differential and integral calculus and physics. The last two chapters include step-by-step procedures for the solutions of simple differential equations used in the derivation of the natural and forces responses. Appendices A, B, and C are introductions to MATLAB®, Simulink®, and SimPowerSystems® respectively. Appendix D is a review of Complex Numbers, and Appendix E is an introduction to matrices and determinants.
Submitted: Jun 01, 2009

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