**Many of the links below require you to**

**download Java Standard Edition and the Java 3D Optional package**

**before you can use the interactive applets.**

Definitions: linear systems (wikipedia)

Examples, lectures and applications:

Definitions: convolution (wikipedia), convolution (OED)

Examples, lectures and applications:

Definitions: fourier transform (wikipedia), fourier series (wikipedia), fourier (OED)

Examples, lectures, and applications:

Fourier Transform

Discrete Fourier Transform

Fourier Series Approximation

Discrete-Time Fourier Series

Discrete-Time Fourier Transform Properties

Discrete-Time Fourier Transform (MIT)

1D Fast Fourier Transform

Definitions: Z-transform (wikipedia)

Examples, lectures and applications:

Internet Resources for Z-Transform

Definitions: Laplace Transform (wikipedia), Laplace (OED)

Examples, lectures and applications:

Symbolic Inverse Laplace Transform Applet

The most useful library article databases for this class will be:

Below are links to some of the articles you can find using these databases (once you find an article you want, look for an html or pdf full text link, or a Get It/ Get This Article/ link to get the full text of the article):

- Chong-Yung Chi. Fourier series based nonminimum phase model for statistical signal processing. IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing 47.8

- O'Connell, R.A. Simple recursive processes for determining Laplace and Z transforms of the zero-input responses of linear time-invariant systems. IEEE Transactions on Education 45.2

- Goldberg, I.S.; Block, M.G.; Rojas, R.E. A systematic method for the analytical evaluation of convolution integrals. IEEE Transactions on Education 45.1

- Sandberg, I.W. A note on the convolution scandal. IEEE Signal Processing Letters 8.7

**Jim Van Loon**

Research Data Librarian

jevanloon@oakland.edu

248.370.2477

Moh Zohdy

Moh Zohdy

Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Email: zohdyma@oakland.edu

Phone: 248.370.2234

Use the catalog to find books we have in the Kresge Library. Also use the catalog to see if we have access to a particular journal title online or in print. Here are some sample searches:

**Interlibrary Loan**

You may request materials we don't have and we'll borrow them from another library for you.