Principal lecturer: Dr Neil Dodgson (email@example.com)
Taken by: Part IB, Part II (General), Diploma
Dr Dodgson's lecture notes are handwritten, so they are not on the
web. However there are some useful things for you to look at:
- The problem sets and their
solutions are available in HTML and
- If you want to see the course explained in a different way, you
can get hold of Dr Daugman's notes from
last year. They are available in HTML,
Postscript, and PDF.
- The syllabus
is on-line but the exam questions will be set based on what is in Dr
Dodgson's notes and on what Dr Dodgson lectured. By which we mean
that, if it is in the syllabus but neither the notes nor the lectures,
then it will not be in the examination.
- There are two examination questions on this course. You can go and
have a look at the past
exam questions. They bear a strong resemblence to the problem sets.
The books used in the preparation of this year's notes were:
Brigham's book is an extremely good introduction to Fourier Transform
theory in both the continuous and discrete (DFT/FFT) realms.
- The Fast Fourier Transform and its Applications, Brigham,
Prentice-Hall, 1988, ISBN 0-13-307505-2.
- Numerical Recipes in C, Press. Flannery, Teukolsky, and
Vetterling, Cambridge University Press, 1988, ISBN 0-521-35465-X.
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