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A course in the engineering applications of transform methods. The processing of analog and digital signals is discussed, as well as the analysis and design of linear time invariant systems. Topics include signal and system classification, vector space representations, convolution, impulse response, Fourier Transform, DTFT, DFT, FFT, windowing, and time frequency tradeoff. (3-0-0) Course offered spring/summer semester. Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in EGR 314. Admitted to computer, electrical, or interdisciplinary engineering major.