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Meetings: TueThu 09:30-10:45 in 105 Robinson Hall
- NEWS Oct.-24: Homework #4 is due Oct.-31
- NEWS Oct.-24: Homework #3 is due Oct.-31 (extended)
- NEWS Oct.-17: Homework #3 is due Oct.-29
Instructor: Andreas Münchow
Goal: Provide each student with a set of tools to confidently handle data analysis tasks in both time (space) and frequency (wave number) domains.
Format: This is a traditional lecture style course, however, most learning will take place via a set of computer projects that translate lecture materials into tested code.
Expectations: Each student shall be able to develop, apply, and critically evaluate
- Auto-spectral analyses
- Digital filters
- Linear systems
- Least-squares function fitting, and
- Empirical orthogonal functions
Grading: 80% for problem-based projects, 10% homeworks, 10% individual in-class participation
Exam: None, but I may use occasional quizzes related to prior lectures (always open book).
Last updated: Tue Dec 3 14:08:43 EST 2019