### EECS 216(1)...........INTRODUCTORY HANDOUT..............Winter 2008

LECTURES: Tues. & Thur., 10:40-12:00 PM, 1311 EECS. My personal lecture notes.
LECTURER: Professor Andrew Yagle, 4114 EECS, 763-9810. aey@eecs.umich.edu.
OFFICE HOURS: Thursday 2:00-4:00, 4114 EECS. http://www.eecs.umich.edu/~aey.
LECTURES: Tues. & Thur, 01:40-03:00 PM, 1303 EECS. The EECS 216 course schedule.
LECTURER: Prof. Stephane Lafortune, 4415 EECS, 763-0591. stephane@eecs.umich.edu.
OFFICE HOURS: Mon. 4-5, Tues 3-4, 4415 EECS. http://www.eecs.umich.edu/~stephane.
TEXT: S. Soliman & M. Srinath, Cont. & Discrete Signals & Systems, 2nd ed., 1998
LAB SCHEDULE: All LAB. in 1016 EECS (Showcase Lab).
OFFICE HOURS: All GSIA in 2420 EECS (big GSIA room).
RECITATIONS: All on Fridays. Homework returned. Worked example problems.

 GSIA EMAIL Office Hours RECITAT. LABS GRADING ... ... GowthamBellala gowtham@umich.edu Fri 10:30-11:00Tue 9:30-10:30 ... 9:30-10:301303 EECS Mon 3-6Mon 6-9 ... Exam #1: 20%Exam #2: 25% AwlokJosan awlok@umich.edu Mon 5:00-6:30Wed,Thu Labs ... 12:30-1:303437 EECS Thur 3-6Thur 6-9 ... Exam #3: 30%LABS:     15% HariniEavani harinie@umich.edu Mon 1:00-2:30Mon, Fri Labs ... 1:30-2:303437 EECS Wed 12-3Frid. 12-3 ... Homewk: 10%TOTAL: 100%
PROBLEM SETS AND EXAMS:
• Problem sets due in the box in 4230 EECS by 5 PM EST on Tuesday.
• No problem sets during exam weeks. No late problem sets accepted.
• Write your lecture time at the top. Homework returned in recitation.

• 2 120-minute closed-book (1 "cheat sheet" allowed) evening exam.
• 1 120-minute closed-book (3 "cheat sheet" allowed) FINAL exam.
• 2 lecture sessions will take common exams at same place and time.
EXAMDATESTIMEEXAM ROOMREVIEW SESSION
Exam #1Thur Feb 077-9 PMChrysler Auditorium Thur Feb 07 Lectures
Exam #2Thur Mar 207-9 PMChrysler Auditorium Thur Mar 20 Lectures
Exam #3Thur Apr 178-10 AMChrysler Auditorium Tues Apr 15 Lectures

COLLABORATION: Homework, lab reports, and exams are given under the Honor Code.
You may work with other students in the class on problem sets and lab reports. Engineering is
a collaborative discipline, and learning to work in teams is an important part of your education.
HOWEVER, you must write up the FINAL form of your submission entirely on your own.
You may not use, or in any way derive any advantage from, solutions sets for previous years.