CSc 8270 - Digital Signal Processing
Dr. Michael Weeks
Pictures from Class Projects
The following pictures were
taken during the Summer 2007 class project presentations.
The class syllabus is broken into three sections.
- See the class specific information.
- See the class policies.
- See the specific dates of importance.
Homeworks, Exams and Other Deliverables
- Reading assignment. The semester goes quickly,
and you should read the material as soon as possible.
Recommended reading appears on the syllabus.
Please read Weeks chapters 1, 2, and 5 during the first week.
Homeworks 1 and 2:
(These are assignments.)
Paper summary and
5 minute presentation.
The summary is due September 11, and it must include
a review question and answer (as a separate page).
The presentations will be held starting September 13.
Please leave feedback for each other with
- Midterm exam due on October 2 at the start of class.
Topics are listed here
See the directory midterm files.
- Homework 3: Do not work in groups.
Otherwise, use the following
Project update guidelines.
You will present your project update to the class (for 5 minutes),
on October 30.
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- Homework 4:
Literature Review, is due November 15.
we will do this written version.
Wednesday November 08, 2017 Update:
The instructions above say "You must turn in: 1. A copy of the articles".
However, after discussing with the grader, I think it is better to
modify this requirement. I assume that most of the articles are
available through the web, from a GSU computer (that is, included in
the IEEE/ACM site licenses). Instead of printing
the articles and handing those in, send a list of links
to the articles to the TA. Send this no later than the time the
assignment is due. If you got an article that is not available
electronically, print it out. If it is from a book, turn in a photocopy
of the relevant pages.
- Final Project:
Your presentation should last no more than 6 minutes,
not including time for questions and answers.
Follow these directions for the presentation.
Added Tuesday November 07, 2017:
Remember that this is a video presentation. You are expected to load
your video onto the presentation laptop before class begins.
Make sure to use a unique filename, so that no one over-writes the video.
Turning in a copy is required (a URL does not satisfy this requirement).
Tentative schedule can be found here.
Also, on the day of the presentations, I expect you to use the laptop
provided to show your video.
We have a tight schedule.
Do not unplug the cables, or alter the settings on the equipment.
You can load your video on the laptop in advance by coming by during office
- Final Exam
Due to the number of students this semester, we will hold the
final project presentations over several days,
starting November 29.
Remember that feedback to fellow students is a required part of the
assignment, so attendance is mandatory for the final presentations.
The final exam time-slot is
Monday, December 11, 1:30 to 4:00 p.m., in the classroom.
You are responsible for making sure that this does not conflict
with any other class that you are taking, and reporting any problems
in the first week of class.
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