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The course aims to introduce the concept of signals and systems analysis, the continuous signal and discrete signal functions and types of signal transformation. It begins with familiarization with different types of functions and relate them with convolution. To understand the Fourier series, Laplace-transform and Z-transform and familiarize with the properties involved, the transform and the inverse method. In general how the signals and systems are analysed in the time and frequency domain.
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