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UCLA short course on "Digital Signal Processing"

Jeffrey Sirianni audioman at HCTC.NET
Fri May 2 02:54:30 EST 1997

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>Date: Wed, 30 Apr 1997 18:02:00 -0700
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>Subject: UCLA short course on "Digital Signal Processing"
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>On July 28-August 1, 1997, UCLA Extension will present the short course,
>"Digital Signal Processing: Theory, Algorithms and Implementations", on
>the UCLA campus in Los Angeles.
>The instructor is Robert Stewart, PhD, Faculty Member, Department of
>Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Strathclyde,
>Each participant receives a Digital Signal Processing Reference
>Glossary (500 pages); multimedia reference CD-ROM featuring algorithms,
>DSP sample problems, graphs, and comprehensive notes; software and
>hardware workbook and manuals; and lecture notes.
>This course presents the core theory and algorithms of DSP and
>demonstrates through laboratory sessions the real-time and real-world
>implementation of digital signal processing strategies. It is intended
>engineers, computer scientists and programmers, and project
>management staff. After presenting the mathematical tools and theory of
>DSP, the course features practical laboratory sessions that allow
>participants to simulate and implement advanced DSP systems such as
>acoustic echo cancellers or psychoacoustic compression strategies.
>Participants should obtain the tools and materials necessary to apply
>methods immediately at their workplace, as well as:
>o	Analyze discrete time systems using time domain mathematics
>o	Analyze discrete time systems using frequency domain
>o	Design and implement FIR, IIR, and adaptive digital filters for
>real-world applications in digital audio and acoustics and
>o	Understand the theory of adaptive signal processing systems
>and how to apply to real-world problems
>o	Understand the DSP theory of signal coding and compression
>o	Undertake DSP system design using advanced analysis and
>design software
>o	Implement real-time digital filters, and adaptive digital filters
>using DSP simulation software, and real-time DSP processor hardware
>o	Apply DSP theory and algorithms in the application domains
>of modern computing, multimedia systems, and communication systems
>o	Integrate theoretical and practical skills to undertake a DSP
>design project.
>SystemView software (running on Windows 3.1/95) will be used for the DSP
>software laboratory sessions. This advanced software provides a
>comprehensive, state-of-the-art DSP toolbox for modern signal
>An evaluation license will be available to participants so that they can
>continue to use the software after the course.
>The course fee is $1495, which includes extensive course materials.
>These materials are for participants only, and are not for sale.
>For a more information and a complete course description, please
>contact Marcus Hennessy at:
>(310) 825-1047
>(310) 206-2815  fax
>mhenness at unex.ucla.edu
>This course may also be presented on-site at company locations.
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