**Lecture Outline for Fall 2005**

Wednesday 8/24

- Sections 1.1, 1.2: Introduction to the course.
- Time-domain representation of continuous-time signals. Simple continuous-time signals: step, impulse, ramp and pulse. Using MATLAB to plot continuous-time signals.

- Figures

- Sections 1.1, 1.2: Introduction to the course.
Friday 8/26

- Finish Secion 1.2.
- Section 1.3: Time-domain representation of discrete-time signals.
- Simple discrete-time signals: step, impulse, ramp and pulse. Using MATLAB to plot discrete-time signals.

- Section 1.4: Examples of systems

Monday 8/29

- Section 1.5.
- Basic system properties
- Causality
- Memory
- Linearity
- Time Invariance

Wednesday 8/31

- Finish Section 1.5.
- Basic system properties
- Causality
- Memory
- Linearity
- Time Invariance

- Section 2.1
- Continuous-time systems described by differential equations

- Section 2.2
- Modeling of continuous time systems

Friday 9/2

- Section 2.3
- Discrete-time systems described by difference equations

*Bill Rison, <rison@nmt.edu >*- Section 2.3