CS4156 Home Page


Welcome to the CS4156 (Intro. to Digital Signal Processing) home page.

Click on the following links to go to that section of this page.

Class List

Click here for the class list. Please let me know if you should be on it, but you're not.


Click here for weekly lectures, tutes, answers to selected problems, etc.

Some electronic material supplementary to Signal Processing First here

Lab-Related Material

Exam-Related Material

Some old exam questions.

How to do well in CS4156

Throughout the semester people come to me asking how they can do well in CS4156. Unfortunately, as I say on my CS4113 web page, the answer to this is the obvious one: hard graft.

With Intro. to Digital Signal Processing, however, the graft is more necessary in the early part of the semester. It is in the first 4 weeks that a lot of the foundations are laid for what follows. I promise you you will find that if you work hard at coming to terms with the material that the course draws on: discrete mathenatics and with the notion of asymptotic analysis (what happens to running time or memory usage when the no. of inputs to a program gets really huge), then it will make what follows easier.

I can't guarantee high marks but I can guarantee that you will find the remainder of the material more understandable and easier if you work hard at the foundation material.

Webmaster (hah!): Patrick Healy
Last modified: Mon Jan 28 10:33:42 GMT 2008