BME 311/499  Winter 2005  Course Web Site
Course Description: 
Theory
and practice of signals and systems in both continuous and discrete
time
domains with examples from biomedical signal processing and control.
Continuoustime linear systems: convolution, steadystate responses,
Fourier
and Laplace transforms, transfer functions, poles and zeros, stability,
sampling, feedback. Discretetime linear systems: Z transform, filters,
Fourier
transform, signal processing. This class will make extensive use
of Matlab projects. 
Prerequesites: 
Differential
equations: Math 216 
Required Text 
Signals
and Systems by Oppenheim, Willsky, and
Nawab.

Grading and policies:  30% Homeworks and computer projects 40% Inclass exams (20% for each of 2 exams) 30% Final Exam 
Instructor:  Douglas C.
Noll, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering and Radiology Phone: (734) 7649194 Secretary: (734) 7649588 FAX: (734) 9361905 email: dnoll@umich.edu Office: 1088 BIRB (BIRB is across Bonisteel Blvd from Cooley Hall) and 2119 Gerstacker (upstairs from the BME department offices) Mail Box: Main BME Office, 1107 Gerstacker 
Lectures: 
M & W, 12:30 pm, FXB 1024  Main lectures F 1:302:30, FXB 1024  Lab section to go over homeworks & computer projects, present biomedical examples, and for exams. 
Office Hours:  M & W 2:303:30 in 2119 Gerstacker Other times by appointment, generally in 1088 BIRB 
Course Web Site:  http://www.eecs.umich.edu/~dnoll/BME311/ 
Syllabus 
Preliminary Syllabus
 This is a very rough
syllabus, topics for Friday lab sections haven't been selected. 