Link to EECS 206, Fall 2001

EECS 206, Signals and Systems I
Winter 2002

Graded final exams are available for pickup in Room 4234, along with graded Homework Set 12 and any uncollected previous homework and exams.

Within a few days, the URL of this website will be changed to .

Homework & Midterm Exam, and Lab & Quiz grades have been posted for checking.

These grades are indexed by the last four digits of your student ID number.

Please check to make sure your grades are properly recorded.

If you find any discrepancies, please bring the relevant paper to Prof. Neuhoff as soon as possible. If he is not in his office, please slip the paper under his door with a note explaining the discrepancy. Please include your email address, and please make sure your name and the assignment/exam/quiz are clearly identified.

EECS 206 Final Week Office Hours:

Monday 4/15 Tuesday 4/16 Wednesday 4/17 Thursday 4/18 Friday 4/19 Monday 4/22
(FZ) 10:30- 11:30am (DK) 10:30- 12:30pm (FZ) 9:30- 11:30am (SL) 8:30- 9:30am (FZ) 1:30- 3:30pm (DN) 10-11am
(DN) 2:30- 3:30pm (CH) 12:30- 2:30pm (CH) 1:30- 3:30pm (NA) 12:30- 2:30pm (DK) 1:30- 3:30pm  (NA) 11-1pm
(NA) 4-6pm   (DN) 2:30- 3:30pm  (DN) 2:30- 4:30pm  (SL) 2:30- 3:30pm  (SL) 2- 3pm
    (SL) 2:30- 3:30pm   (DN) 3:30- 5:30pm  
Key: SL: 4234a EECS DN: 4215 EECS FZ, DK, NA, CH: 4338 EECS

4/18/02 -- A rough list of problems used for this weeks' review sessions has been posted.

4/17/02 -- Today's overview of filter input output relations has been posted

4/12/02 -- Final Office Hours and Exam Review Sessions

The office hour grid above has been modified to reflect our extended office hours before the final exam.  

Additionally, there will be five exam review sessions held on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 16 and 17 during the normal lab section times.  Feel free to attend any of the review sessions that you like.  They will be held:

3/28/02 -- Want to make a rough estimate of your present grade? Click here.

3/27/02 -- Exam 2 Solutions have been posted

3/27/02 -- Exam 2 Solutions have been posted

3/17/02 -- The Matlab function filtersinesfun.m has been posted.

This function was used in class on 3/15 and will be used again on 3/118. Using a specified impulse response, it filters the sum of two sinewaves, and then plays the sum, both before and after filtering. It also plots the frequency response of the filters. More details are given as comments in the function.

3/13/02 -- Exam 2, Tuesday March 19, 6-8 PM. Rooms to be announced.

As indicated in the Course Information handout, Exam 2 will be given on Tuesday, March 19, 6 - 8 PM, in rooms to be announced.

As discussed last Friday in class, the specifics of the exam are:

D.N. and S.L.

3/12/02 -- Further corrections to the DSP First textbook

Further corrections have been received from the authors and posted. The new list includes the old list. For those of you that have already used the old list, the following are the new ones that I have found: 5, 10, 11, 13, 14, 20, 48, 88. D.N.

2/20/20 -- The Sampling Demo

The sampling demo that Prof. Lafortune showed in class is now available.  Check this page for the MATLAB files and instructions.

2/20/02 -- Exam 1 is graded and being returned in class today. Exam 1 Solutions are now posted. Exam statistics, such as averages, and grade ranges are included at the top of the first page of the solutions.

To properly interpret your grade, please compare your grade to the grade ranges shown. For example, if you received a grade between 75 and 90, your exam is in the B-range. If your score is in the upper third of this range, your exam is a B+, if you are in the middle third, your exam is a B, and so on.

We will similarly declare grade ranges for exam 2 and the final exam, after each has been graded. The ranges for a given exam will depend on how difficult is the exam. Thus, the grade ranges may well be different for each exam.

When computing grades at the end of the term, your exam scores will be scaled so that if, for example, you are in the middle of the B range for all three exams, then your overall exam average will be in the middle of the B range. Of course, homework and lab scores will also be counted, as discussed in the course information page.

If you have questions about the exam, please come see any of our staff (faculty or GSI's). However, if you believe regrading is needed, please see Prof. Lafortune or Neuhoff -- in particular, Prof. Neuhoff for Problem 11 and Prof. Lafortune for Problem 12.

2/11/02 -- Corrections to p. 18 of the Intro to Signal Notes have been posted.

2/9/02 -- Corrections to the DSP First textbook have been posted.

2/8/02 -- Extended office hours posted for Exam I

1/18/02 -- Accessing DSP First Toolkit from CAEN PCs

We have installed the DSP First toolkit on the CAEN AFS space so you can easily access it from any CAEN Windows PC.  Simply download and run this setup script, and it will automatically set up your paths so you can access the toolbox.

1/9/02 -- Reminder!

Make sure that you subscribe to the course e-mail list.  We'll be using the list to send out important information to the class.  See the course information document for instructions on how to subscribe.

1/9/02 -- Important Note

Laboratory Section 12 (Thursday, from 1:30-3:30 PM) was opened by mistake and will not be held this semester.  If you are registered for Laboratory section 12, you will need to transfer to a different section.  Please try to attend a different lab section this week if possible.

1/7/02 -- Welcome to EECS 206 WI'02!

Check the frame to the left for currently available information, including course information, the course syllabus, an introductory web page, and the web page for the EECS 206 laboratory sections.