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The exhaustive list of topics in Continuous and Discrete Signal Processing in which we provide Help with Homework Assignment and Help with Project is as follows:

  • Discrete Spectral Analysis
  • Discrete-Time Feedback
  • Statistical Signal Processing
  • Sampling theorem
  • Aliasing, quantization,
  • Sampled data systems
  • Cardinal (Whitaker) reconstruction
  • Zero-, first-, second-order hold reconstructors
  • Interpolators, non-resetting reconstructors
  • Matched filtering
  • Interpolation and decimation
  • DFT and FT, the FFT and implementations (decimation in time and frequency)
  • Radix-2 implementation
  • Leakage, windowing
  • Uses of the DFT: convolution — (overlap and add, select savings)
  • Power spectral density (PSD) estimation
  • Methods of smoothing the periodogram
  • Welch's method
  • Windowing the correlation function
  • Autoregressive Moving Average (ARMA) methods
  • Real-Time Computation
  • Data converters (A/D, D/A),
  • Real-Time Simulation Methods Using Difference Equations
  • Butterworth, elliptic, Chebyshev low-pass filters
  • Low-pass design methods based on continuous prototypes
  • Conversion to high-pass, band-pass, band-stop filters
  • Discrete-time filters: IIR and FIR
  • Linear phase filters
  • Frequency sampling filters
  • Linear prediction, adaptive filters (LMS), recursive least-squares
  • z transform, difference equations
  • Relationship between F(z) and F*(jw)
  • Mappings between s-domain and z-domain, inverse z transform
  • Discrete–time stability
  • Discrete-Time Signal Processing
  • Filter Design — Continuous and Discrete
  • Fourier Method
  • Laplace transform
  • Convolution
  • Frequency/time domain processing
  • Passive and active continuous filters
  • Linear filter implementation using op-amps
  • Impulse-, step-, ramp-invariant simulations
  • Tustin's method
  • Matched poles/zeros, bilinear transform methods
  • Error analysis
  • Sampling and Reconstruction