Signal analysis

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A6M31ANS Z,ZK 6 3P+2C Czech
The course cannot be taken simultaneously with:
Signal Processing (X31TES)
The course is a substitute for:
Signal Processing (X31TES)
Department of Circuit Theory

Selected methods of biological signal processing and analysis


Project, test and oral examination

Syllabus of lectures:

1. Description of LTI systems in time and frequency domain. Linear convolution, stability, causality.

2. FIR filter design and analysis. Linear phase.

3. IIR filter design. Quantization and its consequences.

4. Introduction to spectral analysis. Types of Fourier transform and their properties.

5. Computation of cyclic convolution for long signals. OLA and OLS methods. Filtering in time domain.

6. Short time Fourier transform: time-frequency signal decomposition, spectrogram and uncertainty principle.

7. Oversampling, decimation and interpolation. Filter banks, wavelet transform.

8. Expected value, power, autocorrelation and their use for the biological signal processing.

9. Cross-correlation, cross spectral power density, coherence analysis.

10. Examples of detection and localization of rapid changes in biological signal.

11. Cumulative sum, match filtering, median filtering.

12. Linear prediction, parametric methods, basics of adaptive filtering, adaptive noise cancelation.

13. Relationship between discrete and time continuous systems. Discretization of time continuous systems, the choice of sampling period.

14. Reserved

Syllabus of tutorials:

1. LTI systems in time and frequency domain. Covolution, stability

2. FIR filter design

3. IIR filter design, quantization

4. Spectral analysis and DFT.

5. Cyclic convolution, zpracování Filtration in frequency domain

6. Short-time FT and wavelet transform

7. Resampling and filter banks.

8. Autocorrelation, mean and power of signals

9. Power spectral density, cross correlation and coherence

10. Median and matched filtering

11. Sudden changes detection

12. Liner prediction, adaptive filtering

13. Discretization of analog filters

14. Reserve

Study Objective:

Ability to use of methods for signal analysis

Study materials:

1. Tompinks, W. J.Biomedical Digital Signal Processing. Prentice-Hall, Inc., New Jersey, 1993.

2. Openheim, A.V., Shafer, R.W.: Discrete-Time Signal Processing. Prentice-Hall, Inc., New Jersey, 1998

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