Readings are from the required course text:

Oppenheim, Alan V., and Ronald W. Schafer. *Digital Signal Processing*. Prentice Hall, 1975. ISBN: 9780132146357.

LEC # | TOPICS | READINGS |
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1 | Introduction | |

2 | Discrete–time signals and systems, part 1 | Sections 1.1—1.2 |

3 | Discrete-time signals and systems, part 2 | Sections 1.3—1.5 |

4 | The discrete-time Fourier transform | Sections 1.5—1.7 |

5 | The z-transform | Sections 2.0—2.1 |

6 | The inverse z-transform | Section 2.2 |

7 | Z-transform properties | Section 2.3 |

8 | The discrete Fourier series | Sections 3.0—3.1 |

9 | The discrete Fourier transform | Sections 3.2—3.3 |

10 | Circular convolution | Section 3.6 |

11 | Representation of linear digital networks | Sections 4.0—4.2 |

12 | Network structures for infinite impulse response (IIR) systems | Sections 4.3—4.4 |

13 | Network structures for finite impulse response (FIR) systems and parameter quantization effects in digital filter structures | Section 4.5 |

14 | Design of IIR digital filters , part 1 | Sections 5.0—5.1 |

15 | Design of IIR digital filters, part 2 | Section 5.2 |

16 | Digital Butterworth filters | Section 5.2 |

17 | Design of FIR digital filters | Sections 5.4—5.6 |

18 | Computation of the discrete Fourier transform, part 1 | Sections 6.0—6.1 |

19 | Computation of the discrete Fourier transform, part 2 | Sections 6.2—6.3 |

20 | Computation of the discrete Fourier transform, part 3 | Sections 6.4—6.5 |