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Digital Signal Processing

Principal lecturer: Dr Markus Kuhn
Taken by: Part II
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This 12-h lecture course is an introduction into Digital Signal Processing, with a particular focus on audio-visual coding techniques, specifically aimed at third-year Computer Science students. Lectures are 2009 November 6 to December 2 (M/W/Fr), 10:00–11:00 in Lecture Theatre 2.

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Demonstration and exercise materials

The material on audio-visual coding (last 4 lectures) was presented in previous years as part of the Part II Information Theory and Coding course. Therefore, exam questions 2003 Paper 7 Question 8 (a), 2004 Paper 7 Question 8 (c,d), 2004 Paper 8 Question 10 (c), and 2005 Paper 8 Question 10 (d) of that course are also related to material now covered in Part II DSP.

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