This course starts off discussing concepts and applications of the measurement of physical phenomena and the processing of measured signals. Next spectral analysis and filtering are discussed as examples of processing linear signals. Next, statistical signal processing and adaptive signal processing are discussed as examples of nonlinear signal processing. Finally, analysis methods for analyzing and evaluating signals are discussed. To make machines and systems move in tune with their surrounding environment, it is necessary to obtain and evaluate necessary information from physical phenomena. The goal of this course is for students, as a first step, to acquire the knowledge and technology to measure and analyze phenomena.
By the end of this course, students will learn the following:
1) Understanding of the measurement and digitization of the information in a phenomenon.
2) Understanding of the basic and advanced processing of time series signal.
3) Skills to apply the knowledge listed above.
Measurement, Signal processing, Digital signal processing, Spectrum analysis
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Lectures and simple exercises will be given.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Concepts and application of the measurement and processing of the signals||Reports on signal processing in students' research fields|
|Class 2||Spectrum analysis||Report on spectrum analysis|
|Class 3||Linear filtering||Report on linear filtering|
|Class 4||Statistical signal processing||Report on statistical signal processing|
|Class 5||Adaptive signal processing||Report on adaptive processing in individual research field|
|Class 6||Nonlinear filtering||Report on nonlinear filtering|
|Class 7||Evaluation of the measured information||Report on evaluation of the measured information|
Course materials are provided during class.
Random Data: Analysis and Measurement Procedures, Julius S. Bendat & Allan G. Piersol, 4th edition, 1998
Chaotic and Fractal Dynamics: An Introduction for Applied Scientists and Engineers, Francis C. Moon, 1992
Students will be assessed by their understanding of the ideas discussed in the lectures and their abilities to apply them to reports and the final reports.