Monday-Thursday, 4th period, CS2A. There is a
scheduled (and usually optional) tutorial slot in 4th
period Friday (in Snape LT1). The course will be presented
Nicolls and the
official handout is
These will be handled using Vula. Current versions of computer
assignments are hosted on
Tutorials and Additional Questions
You should be exploring textbook problems by
yourself. The webpage for the previous course textbook (second and
edition) has useful tutorials and demonstrations. The worked
problems section may be of interest if you require additional
Tutorials and other resources can be found below. You should work
through them in your own time. They don't get submitted, but
should be valuable to you.
Knowing the Fourier series representation for a signal often
lets you easily find the series representation for related
signals. This tutorial explores this approach, and should
make sense after we have covered the Fourier series.
Systems in the time and frequency domain:
Example questions with discussion about possible solution
methods. This should makes sense after we have covered the
Fourier transform and its relation to systems.
Demonstration of periodic signals being passed through
simple systems, like a lowpass filter. This makes combined
use of the Fourier series and the Fourier transform, and
should make sense after both topics have been covered.
There will be two formal class tests. Dates will be published on Vula.