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IAP 2010 Activity

All the Signal Processing You Need: Learn Signal Processing in the Context of MATLAB and Simulink (hands-on session)
Kirtan Modi The MathWorks, James Cain OEIT
Tue Jan 19, 01-04:00pm, 56-114

Enrollment limited: first come, first served
Limited to 40 participants.
Single session event

The advent of high-speed computing has enabled the widespread application of digital signal processing applications to solve a multitude of engineering problems. MATLAB, Simulink, and associated products enable rapid design, simulation, analysis, and implementation of DSP algorithms. In this session, you will learn how to represent, analyze, and design signal processing systems in MATLAB and Simulink.

(See URL below for more information)

Note: Computers with MATLAB software will be available for use in this hands-on session to the first 25 participants. If you are planning on bringing your own laptop, please contact us to verify that you have the proper toolboxes installed. Participants not familiar with MATLAB and Simulink are encouraged to view the online MATLAB and Simulink tutorials before the workshop.
Web: http://www.mathworks.com/company/events/seminars/mit_iap10/index.html
Contact: James Cain, NE48-308, 253-3909, jrcain@mit.edu
Sponsor: Office of Educational Innovation and Technology
Cosponsor: Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Latest update: 23-Dec-2009

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Last update: 19 August 2010