## Signals and Systems

### LEARNING OBJECTIVES

In this course, you'll learn how to look at signals, what you can find using signals, how to look at systems mathematically. How and where all this applies in real life. These are the main course objectives:

- Understand the basics on how signals and systems are viewed, the mathematics behind them.
- Time domain, Frequency domain, Transforms (Laplace, Z and Fourier).
- Using MATLAB to see visually and process various signals.
- Having fun learning about an interesting field.

### REQUIRED MATERIALS

- Matlab App Associated with the course can be found here
- Lecture notes can be accessed here: This is not a standalone material
- "Signals and Systems" by Alan V. Oppenheim - any edition -> This book is great! do get it if possible.
- The following books could be used for references:
- "Signals and Systems" by Alan V. Oppenheim - any edition -> This book is great! do get it if possible.
- "Digital Signal Processing - A practical approach" by Emmanuel C Ifeachor and Barrie W. Jervis
- "Signals and Systems: A MATLAB® Integrated Approach" by Oktay Alkin
- "Digital Signal Processing" by John G. Proakis, Dimitris K Manolakis.

Past quiz and exams

Selected Projects are listed below: