ECEn 380: Signals and Systems Competencies

Competencies Outcome
Application of integral calculus, differential equations, complex variables, to transform analysis of a continuous-time LTI system. Outcome 1
Application of integral calculus, differential equations, complex variables, to transform analysis of a discrete-time LTI system. Outcome 1
Application of integral calculus to solve continuous-time convolution problems. Outcome 1
Application of discrete math to solve discrete-time convolution problems. Outcome 1
Ability to use Matlab or similar tools to analyze, model, simulate, and experiment with linear systems. Outcome 2
Ability to interpret and synthesize signals and systems in both the time and frequency domains. Outcome 5
Ability to recognize the mathematical properties of signals and systems including linearity, time invariance, causality, stability, etc. Outcome 5
An understanding of the consequences and principles associated with digitally sampling and reconstructing analog signals. Outcome 11
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