Adaptive Signal Processing ET2415 (ETC004)

Course information

  • Place: Karlskrona
  • Course start: January 20, 2009. Time: 15:15-18:00, in Gradängsal 2304A
  • Responsible teacher, Course responsible and Examiner: Lars Håkansson, (LHA), Department of Signal Processing. Phone.   +46 457... , e-mail: Lars.Hakansson@bth.se
  • Examination
  • Curriculum (Swedish)
  • Curriculum (English translation)

COURSE OVERVIEW

The purpose of the course is to provide both knowledge and background in adaptive and optimal systems as well as provide understanding and experience of applied signal processing problems involving these systems. The goal is that the student should be able to recognise situations where adaptive systems are likely to provide a fruitful solution and to be able to implement this type of solution in the industry as well as in continued studies. The course is given in the form of lectures, exercises, home assignments and laboratory experiments as well as projects. The project is a large part of the course. It can be either be a software based (Matlab) project or a more applied project based on a digital signal processor. For the theoretically interested student it is possible to carry out a more theoretical project.


Course material

The following material is available or will be available during the course:

Literature

  • Monson H. Hayes
    Statistical Digital Signal Processing and Modeling Wiley 1996
    ISBN 0-471-59431-8
  • Material från institutionen

Assignments

There are no laboratory assignments in this course. Instead, there are two mandatory computer exercises.

Click to download the file for computer exercise.

Messages

Old important exam problems will be solved in room 2415 on Thursday, 15/3-2007, 14:00-17:00!

 

Oral presentations of the projects will be held in room 2214 in Karskrona on the 17/6 from 13.00 17.00.

Projects

 

List of projects:

A short presentation of the projects planned for spring 2006. In a dialogue with the participants a more detaild project desription will be derived. Also, study the information concerning the DSP part of the projects on Jörgens project page.

Presentation of available projects 2009

DSP manual

1. Adaptive Notch Filter Implementation on a DSP.

Implement the adaptive notch filter for one or more sinusoidal disturbances by using the LMS filter-method. A typical application could be suppression of acoustic feedback in microphone-amplifier-speaker systems. The principle for the adaptive notch filter is described in Widrows book Widrow's book (pdf 700k, contact Lars for the password).  Project manual
DSP

JNO

email: jno@bth.se

2.Detecting fetus heartbeat from signals recorded on pregnant woman.

This project aims at detecting the hearbeats of a fetus by examining a recording made from a pregnant woman. A dominating disturbance is in this case the heartbeats of the mother. In addition, other disturbances like 50 Hz hum from the power grid, is present.
Matlab

JNO

email: jno@bth.se

3. Demonstration of adaptive algorithms using Matlab.

In this project, your task is to develop a demonstration program for the adaptive algorithms covered in the course. The demo program should be interactive and able to present vital data, e.g. error functions, learning curves, coefficients convergence etc. Matlab offers the possibility of creating powerful graphical user interfaces and this should be utilized in the demo program. The Clarksson book described some different LMS algorithms (pdf, 1800k) as well as RLS (pdf, 1000k).
Matlab

JNO

email: jno@bth.se

4. Adaptive Channel Equalization.

Many occupations of today requires the usage of personal preservative equipment such as a mask to protect the employee from  dangerous substances. The goal of this project is to investigate the possibility of placing a microphone for communication purposes inside such a preservative mask and perform a digital channel equalization on the speech path in question in order to enhance the speech intelligibility.
Matlab
MLS e-mail: mls@bth.se

5. Active Control of Noise.

A classic DSP experiment. Noise originating from one loudspeaker is to be cancelled, in a point of reference (a microphone), by creating counter-noise from another loudspeaker. This project employs the Filtered-X-LMS algorithm, depictured in Widrow page 292-294 (288k) and in the tutorial on the Filtered-X LMS-algorithm. Project manual
DSP

MLS

email:mls@bth.se

 

Previous exams

Some previous given exams, in PDF-format

Exam 050602
Solution 050602

Exam 040319

Exam 020607

Exam 020313

Exam 010815

Exam 010528

Exam 010314

Exam 000817
Solution 000817

Exam 000529
Solution 000529

Exam 000315
Solution 000315

Exam 990819

Exam 990603
Solution 990603

Exam 990317
Solution 990317

Exam 980529
Solution 980529

Exam 980314
Solution 980314

Exam 970825

Exam 970530
Solution 970530

Exam 960813
Solution 960813

Exam 960530
Solution 960530

Exam 960315
Solution 960315

Exam 970314-6
Solution 970314-1
Solution 970314-2

links

Regarding the course book:
Home page for Hayes: Statistical Digital Signal Processing and Modeling

Matlab:
Matlab Quick Reference Guide (pdf, 1.1 Mb)
Matlab 4 student edititon Bookshop or Bokus (ISBN 0131849956)

Matlab support (FAQ m.m.)

Matlab ftp-area (M-filer m.m.)

Matlab Primer, for Matlab 4 (pdf, 320k)

Matlab links

 


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