Digital Sound Processing ETB022

Course information

  • The course is given as: A separate course (Friståendekurs)
  • Credit units: 7,5 ECTS
  • Level: B, 21-40 credit units
  • Subject: Electrical Engineering (Elektroteknik)
  • Study period: Summer
  • Place: Distance
  • Responsible teacher: Josef Ström Bartunek, (jsb), ITS, e-mail: josef.strombartunek@bth.se 
  • Exam: Home examination
  • Examiner: Sven Johansson, (sjo), ITS , e-mail: sven.johansson@bth.se
     

Please note, the course ETB022 has been renamed from “Digital Music and Sound Processing” to “Digital Sound Processing”, everything else is the same.


COURSE OVERVIEW

The aim of the course is to provide a theoretical background in modern Digital Signal Processing and to foster knowledge and insight with regard to applied signal processing problems with focus on audio signals. The overall goal is that students become well prepared for further studies within the field of signal processing and understanding for industrial digital signal processing systems. The course will focus on providing fundamental knowledge of modern signal and system theory, including the necessary mathematical tools used in the field. Applied problem solving techniques are introduced through interactive demonstrations and animations, theoretical exercises and laboratory assignments based on audio signals.


Course material

Literature

Book with CD-ROM:
Signal Processing First
James H. McClellan, Ronald W. Schafer, Mark A. Yoder
Pearson Prentice Hall, 2003
ISBN 0-13-090999-8
ISBN 0-13-120265-0 [International Edition]

Some suggestions on where to find the course literature when purchasing over the internet:

Swedish students look here.
International students look here.

Assignments

Obs! A written report is required for all labs specified in assignments to be handed over before the exam can be taken.

Introduction.pdf
Chapter1.pdf
Chapter2.pdf
Chapter3.pdf
Chapter4.pdf
Chapter5.pdf
Chapter6.pdf
Chapter7.pdf
Chapter8.pdf
Chapter9.pdf
Chapter10.pdf
Chapter11.pdf
Chapter12.pdf
Chapter13.pdf

 

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