From kozick@eg.bucknell.edu Thu Oct 22 01:34 EDT 1998
Date: Thu, 22 Oct 1998 01:34:18 -0400
From: Kozick Rich
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Subject: Homework 15 and Quiz 3
Hi,
Let's change the due date for Homework 15 to Monday, October 26.
However, please make your best effort to solve HW 15 for class on
Friday, and I will ask you to tell me SPECIFICALLY where you had
trouble. Then I will try to address your specific questions in class
on Friday. I will also try to work another example problem on Friday.
Remember that Lab 4 reports are due on Friday, October 30, and Quiz 3
will be on Wednesday, October 28. The topics for Quiz 3 include:
Convolution: problems where you need to integrate (rather than compute
area geometrically), and applications of convolution (such as in the
labs, homework, and class notes).
Fourier series: orthogonal functions, the idea behind the formulas for
computing the coefficients, computing the exponential Fourier series
coefficients, frequency spectrum (amplitude and phase, one- and
two-sided), and applications of the Fourier series to filtering of
periodic signals.
Thanks.
-- Rich Kozick