The DFT, FFT, and Practical Spectral Analysis
This course gives an outline of the Discrete Fourier Transform and an in-depth look at the Fast Fourier Transform. Many different ways of speeding up a discrete Fourier Transform are examined and evaluated for how efficient they are.
The Basic Elements of Music
Explanations (suitable for any age) of the basic elements of music, with suggested activities for introducing the concepts to children at early elementary school level.
Technical Analysis Dictionary
Technical Analysis Dictionary for Stock Market Trading
Basic concepts of Signal Processing
This course outlines the steps in a project for ELEC 301. This project attempts to recreate from raw experimental data images of surfaces imaged by acoustic waves. Filtering noise is an important part of the project. Group Members: Aditya Nag, Lisa Qian, Benjamin Weidman, Wing-kei Yu
Radar Jammer in Matlab
This document describes the basic operation of a police radar gun and a few of the more popular ways to jam the radar gun. The conclusions are based on Matlab simulations of the radar gun and the jamming techniques.
Programming 3D Graphics with OpenGL
A brief set of sequential tutorials with source code included to enable users to program 3D interactive graphics in OpenGL and C/C++.
Paths to Recovery Literature Review
This report describes a systematic review of the process improvement literature, in and outside the substance abuse field, that hold evidence-based promise for significantly improving the nine Pathways to Recovery as defined by the Network for the Improvement of Addiction Treatment (NIATX). It was commissioned by NIATx and research began in July of 2004.
Multirate Signal Processing
An electrical engineering course on multirate signal processing.
Methods for Voice Conversion
This course explores methods in signal processing to perform voice conversion: producing the words from one speaker in the voice of another. This is the Elec 301 project of Justin Chen, Matthew Hutchinson, Gina Upperman, and Brian VanOsdol.
LabVIEW Graphical Programming Course
Introduction to LabVIEW
Increasing Admissions to Drug/Alcohol Treatment from Referral Sources
For organizations offering drug/alcohol addiction treatment, we are documenting successes and failures in building long term relationships with referral sources that result in increased admissions.
DSP Laboratory with TI C6711DSK (INCT - Japanese)
Development of real-time digital signal processing (DSP) systems using a DSP microprocessor; such as sampling, digital filtering and reducing cycles.
DNA Barcodes Decoded
Can DNA Barcodes help us identify and classify living things? Paul Hebert and colleagues have proposed DNA Barcodes as a way to identify bird species. Read on to explore their recent research article, "Identification of Birds through DNA Barcodes," published in PLoS Biology.
ÉvaTic : une base de connaissances sur l'évaluation des environnements d'apprentissage reposant su
Depuis quelques années, l'apprentissage en ligne a progressé de façon remarquable. Si les pratiques deviennent de plus en plus performantes, la littérature consacrée à l'évaluation demeure fragmentée. Pourtant toute la question de l'évaluation de l'efficacité de ces nouveaux modèles demeure incontournable compte tenu des enjeux stratégiques et des sommes investies. Cet article présente une base de connaissance conçue pour favoriser le partage de pratiques variées. La base de con
An Articulate Engage presentation covering the theory and practical assessment of: The Examination of milk (pasteurised vs unpasteurised) and Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing. A help file is included and should be read first.
Linking Past to Present
The Constitution of the United States vests in Congress the power to make laws, to collect taxes, and to allocate funds for government programs, both domestic and foreign. It is in Congress that the day-to-day work of our democracy finds its most clear expression at the national level. It is up to the men and women elected to serve in the House of Representatives and the Senate of the United States to formulate policy and enact legislation on behalf of their constituents, as well as the entire c
Learn with Pictures and Video S4 #7 - Getting Around Using Japanese
Commuting in Japan has its perks and tolls. There are many modes of transportation: taxis, the subway, and cars, but which one is fastest? You’ll need all of your Japanese skills to find out. And you need to find out fast because you’ve been late to work two days in a row. You’ll have to [...]
This video clip explains how to write a linear equation (the equation of a line) in slope-intercept form. The slope-intercept form is written as y = mx+b, where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept (the point where the line crosses the y-axis). It's usually easy to graph a line using y=mx+b. Other forms of linear equations are the standard form and the point-slope form. (00:45)
Whole Brain Teaching (Power Teaching) Lesson 6
Chris Biffle, continuing the examination of Whole Brain Teaching's five classroom rules, presents unique strategies for helping K-12 students develop their capacities for moral reasoning. Rule Four: Make smart choices has a host of applications from leading discussions about academic material to solving problems students have outside the classroom.