MPATE-GE 2600 - Digital Audio Processing I

Time: 30 hours
Credits: 3 points
Term: Fall
Instructor: Kenneth Peacock

A study of the theoretical foundations of digital audio processing through lecture as well as student review and discussion of the writings of prominent researchers in the field. Seminar participants research several topics in this broad area that are specifically related to their personal educational interest. Short written/oral reports as well as a final presentation provide students the opportunity to share their discoveries with the group.

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