Repertory of digital signal processing problems for instructors
Tutor / director / evaluatorGrau Saldes, Antoni
Document typeBachelor thesis
Rights accessOpen Access
Typically, DSP books are heavy, long and tedious to study for degree and master students. Moreover, it is hard for instructors to summarize the key parts of each chapter to give the right knowledge to students, sometimes giving them irrelevant parts, skipping the most interesting due to lack of time in lectures. To avoid these problems and in for the sake of a good learning process for master-degree students, this project tackles the gap between hard, long sections of exercises and the most profitable exercises to engage students in the field of DSP. To cover this objectives, the basic book of DSP is “Digital Signal Processing using MATLAB”, Ingle V.K., Proakis J.G. Brooks . The idea is to create a collection of problems (statements/solutions) of all the chapters, from the most basic concept to more complex ideas of DSP. In the subject that instructors teach at the University, practical developments are done with specific hardware, particularly the C5515eZDSP USB Stick Development Tool . It is also difficult for instructors to find suitable exercises to understand the classical DSP algorithms when real implementations are done. As a result, some hardware-oriented problems will also be included, which will be first solved in pseudo-code and then programmed on Code Composer Studio and verified on the DSP board.