Lecture Language:
  • German, English
Hours (Lecture):
  • We 12:15-13:45 05.025
Credit Points:
  • 2,5 ECTS
Time Lecture:
  • 2
UnivIS Links:

News

The first lecture will be given on April 24, 2019.

Content

The lecture "Transforms in Signal Processing" covers several different transforms which are used in the field of signal processing. For this, first the basic concepts of transforms are discussed and the advantages which are offered by the different transforms are presented. Subsequent to this, fundamental properties of integral transforms are considered and the Laplace- and the Fourier-Transform are examined in detail. To be able to transform time-varying signals, the Short-Time Fourier-Transform and the Gabor-Transform are introduced, afterwards. Subsequent to this, the impact of sampling on transformed signals is analyzed before the z-Transform as a transform for discrete signals is covered. Finally, further transforms for discrete signals like the Discrete Fourier-Transform or Linear-Block Transforms are discussed.

 

Course materials

Course materials can be downloaded via StudOn.

Literature

K. Krüger, Transformationen - Grundlagen und Anwendungen in der Nachrichtentechnik, Vieweg Verlag, Braunschweig
B. Girod, R. Rabenstein, A. Stenger, Einführung in die Systemtheorie, B. G. Teubner Verlag, Stuttgart

Requirements/Organizational

Signale und Systeme, Digitale Signalverarbeitung