Fundamentals of Signal Processing

June 2, 2021

An engineer may perform several operations on data during and following recording, including data processing, which changes data in some way. Filtering, for example, discriminates data based on frequency. Data analysis, in comparison, separates data into components for a greater understanding of the data, and system identification leverages insights from data analysis to estimate the properties and characteristics of a system.

In this course, you will learn:

  • Introduction to data processing, analysis, and system identification
  • Characteristics of two common filter architectures
  • Operations of data sampling and approximation, particularly in the frequency domain
  • System identification with transfer function estimators
  • Mathematical foundations that support digital signal processing

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