BME 263 - Signal Measurement and Analysis



Apply Math, Science, Engineering Principles to problems  in medicine & biology

Design & conduct experiments, including experiments on living systems

Analyze and interpret data including data from measurements on living systems

Design system/
process including systems involving the interaction of living and non-living states

An ability to function on multi-
disciplinary teams

Identify, formulate
solve Engineering Problems including problems at the interface of engineering and biology

Understand professional and ethical responsibility

Effectively Write Written communi-

Effectively Perform Oral communi-

Broadly educated in Biology, Physiology, and Humanities and Social  Sciences

Recognize the Need for and Ability for life-long learning

of contemp-
orary issues, including societal problems and opportunities stemming from knowledge in Technology and Biology

An ability to use techniques, skills, and tools in engineering practice and be prepared for further education in engineering, medicine, or biomedical science.

I. review of function fitting and principal of least squares minimization              

polynomial functions

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Fourier series

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II. discrete Fourier transforms              



practical implementation

    H         M         H
III. random variables              

review of probability


estimation of properties

M             M         M
IV. random signals              

definition and simulation


correlation functions and white noise

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structure in signals & models

    M         M         M
V. power spectral density functions              

properties of estimators

H                       L

practical implementation

    H         M         H
VI. random signal modeling              

estimation of models

M                       L

spectral estimation

L   H         M         H

interactive notebooks - 6

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projects - 3

H L H     H   M   L     H


H*   H*     H   M         M

Last update Paul H. King, May 19, 2000