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EE470 Biomedical Signals and Systems
(Spring 2011)

Class Times (Sun and Tue 8:00-9:30 AM)
Tutorial/Labs (Sun 2:30-5:30PM)



Bulletin Description:
Models for biomedical systems.Non-deterministic nature of biomedical signals, physiological systems and quantitative analysis. Feedback systems, transfer functions and stability.  Frequency response of systems and circuits, and Bode diagrams. A/D conversion, sampling, and discrete-time signal processing. Biomedical amplifiers, filters, signal processors and display devices. Power supplies for medical equipment. Laboratory and computational experiences with biomedical applications. Term project.

Prerequisites: EE 253, EE 301, EE 370

Textbooks: M.J. Roberts, Signals and Systems, Analysis Using Transform Methods and MATLAB, McGraw-Hill, 2004.

References: A.V. Oppenheim, A.S. Willsky, I.T. Young :Signals and Systems, Prentice - Hall, 2nd ed 1996;

E.N. Bruce: Biomedical Signal Processing and Signal Modeling, Wiley 2001;

D.K. Lindner: Introduction to Signals and Systems, McGraw-Hill, 1999.

Instructor:

Dr Nazeeh Alothmany,
email:nothmany@kau.edu.sa,
http://nothmany.kau.edu

Course Topics:

A tentative timetable will be prepared with details of topics after the pretest


 Month  Day  Date Class Topics Lab Time
Mar-11 Tue 1 IEEE Code of Ethics; EE470 ABET;
Introduction to Signals
Lab Report Cover Sheet
Lab Guidelines in Arabic
  Sun 6 Mathematical Rep of Signals Measurements and Errors
  Tue 8 Mathematical Rep of Signals  
  Sun 13 Description and Analysis of Systems Tutorial
  Tue 15 Description and Analysis of Systems  
  Sun 20 Description and Analysis of Systems Digital Thermometer
  Tue 22 Description and Analysis of Systems  
  Wed 23 Exam I  
  Sun 27 Fourier Series and Transform Tutorial
  Tue 29 Fourier Series and Transform  
Apr-11 Sun 3 Fourier Series and Transform Frequency Responses Of  1st Order systems
  Tue 5 Exam II  
  Sun 10 Vacation  
  Tue 12 Vacation  
  Sun 17 Fourier Transform
Transients in Linear Systems (RC circuits)
  Tue 19 Tutorial  
  Sun 24 Fourier Transform Fourier Analysis of Signals and Systems
  Mon 25 Midterm  
  Tue 26 Fourier Analysis of Signals and Systems  
May-11 Sun 1 Fourier Analysis of Signals and Systems Frequency Responses of 2nd Order systems
  Tue 3 Fourier Analysis of Signals and Systems  
  Sun 8 Fourier Analysis of Signals and Systems Transients in Linear Systems (RLC circuits)
  Tue 10  Sampling and the Discrete Fourier Transform  
  Sun 15  Sampling and the Discrete Fourier Transform
Exam III
  Tue 17 Laplace Transform
 
  Sun 22 Laplace Transform Twin-T and Lead-lag networks
  Tue 24 Laplace Transform Analysis of Signals  
  Wed 25 Exam IV  
  Sun 29 Laplace Transform Analysis of Signals Twin-T and Lead-lag networks
  Tue 31 Laplace Transform Analysis of Signals  
Jun-11 Wed 1 Exam V  
  Thu  Final Exams Begin   
  Sun 5 Project Presentations  
  Tue 7 Project Presentations  
  Tue 14 EE470 Final Exam 10:30-12:30 PM BME LAB  

Course Learning Objectives (CLO)

After finishing the course successfully, the BME student shall

  1. Express signals in terms of basic signal components in time domain
  2. Recognize transformations of continuous-time (CT) and discrete-time (DT) functions
  3. Identify real and complex exponential CT and DT functions
  4. Sketch signals and system responses (using MATLAB®)
  5. Recognize periodicity and identify harmonics of CT and DT functions
  6. Identify and use impulse and signals derived from it
  7. Generate a signal from its harmonics (using MATLAB®)
  8. Describe systems using differential/difference equations
  9. Compute the impulse response of the system given the differential/difference equation
  10. Compute the output of a system for a given input and its impulse response
  11. Describe systems using block diagrams and transfer functions
  12. Infer transfer functions from block diagrams and differential/difference equations and vice versa
  13. Produce the frequency response function from the transfer function
  14. Infer output from the transfer function and input
  15. Predict bounded input bounded output stability of a linear time-invariant system
  16. Compute continuous and discrete-time Fourier transforms
  17. Sketch Fourier transform and frequency response plots using MATLAB®
  18. Develop the frequency response function from the Bode plots
  19. Compute system parameters from step and sinusoidal frequency response plots
  20. Solve mathematical problems using MATLAB®
  21. Formulate system characteristics in MATLAB®
  22. Design a biomedical signal processor to extract a feature from the raw biomedical signal
  23. Use experiments to find transient, steady state and frequency responses of first and second order systems
  24. Identify transfer function model for a given system and asses the time and frequency behavior of the system 
  25. Assess affects of sampling rate in generating the discrete-time signals and estimate the proper sampling frequency
  26. Predict the number samples needed to study a continuous-time signal and choose a proper window function
  27. Analyze problems in a team work setting and evaluate the performance of team members
  28. Illustrate results and solutions in a written report
  29. Orally present and defend his solutions
  30. Demonstrate independent problem solving and life-long learning skills
  31. Statistically analyze data
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