### Sinais e Sistemas - Engenharia Electrónica e Telecomunicações - Sem Ramos - Especialidades

7.5
ECTS / Credit Units
 Year: 2 / 1º Semestre Plan: 2014/15 Scientific Area: TEL Level: Intermédio

 Theorical: 32.00 Theorical-Pratical: 32.00 Pratical and Laboratorial: 16.00 Fieldwork: Seminar: Internship: Tutorial:
 Assigned Internship Hours: Assigned Projects Hours: Assigned Fieldwork Hours: Assigned Study Hours: Assigned Evaluation Hours: Others:

### Degree having this Course

Degree - Branch Degree Plan Year
Engenharia Electrónica e Telecomunicações - Sem Ramos - Especialidades 2014/15

### Teaching Staff

Joaquim Amândio Rodrigues Azevedo

Responsibilities:
Regência
Responsável pelas Pautas
Ensino teórico
Ensino teórico-prático
Nuno Fábio Gomes Camacho Ferreira

Responsibilities:
Ensino prático e laboratorial

## Course Information

### Course Objectivs

1 Understanding the concepts related to mathematical manipulation of signals and systems. Apply the relation between signals and vectors to the development of the main operations between signals and tranforms. Apply the Fourier transform, for the continuous and discrete domain, Laplace transform and Z transform to the analysis of signals and systems. In practical need to sample a continuous signal, understand the implications resulting from the sampling of signals. In the context of system analysis are the provided the fundamentals of control theory.

2 Introduce the software Matlab, by carrying out small pratical works that focus on the material taught.

### Evaluation Criteria

Classification Type: Quantitative (0-20)
Evaluation Model: B
Evaluation Methodology: Oral examinations: Oral evaluations aim to develop oral communication skills and also enables assessment of the taught knowledges. The student is confronted with some issues that should respond by demonstrating knowledge and revealing critical thinking. Note that the student is advised to keep a plan of continued study and work throughout the semester. Practical and laboratory work: Practical work is assessed by reports, presentations or discussions. This allows students to develop skills of design, writing, presentation of results, developing of oral communication skills and teamwork. Projects: Project work allows students to develop research work, which can include reading papers of the specialty. Students must prepare a report and make a presentation as a seminar. Tests: They can be mini-tests or exam. The mini-tests have the objective to evaluate theoretical knowledges and problem solving. Thus, the students may evaluate their performance and change strategies if necessary. The assessment ends with a final exam that covers the various topics of the curricular unit. Beyond the objectives of evaluation, the importance of this examination focuses on students' ability to relate different topics.

### Main Bibliography

Azevedo, J. A. R (2010). Apontamentos de Sinais e Sistemas. Universidade da Madeira.
F. C. Velez Grilo, António, M. E. S. Casimiro, J. A. C. Lopes e J. A. R. Azevedo (2010). Teoria do Sinal e suas aplicações. Escolar Editora.
J. L. Martins de Carvalho (1993). Dynamical Systems and Automatic Control. Prentice Hall International.

### Other Biographical Sources / Support Documents

A. V. Oppenheim e A. S. Willsky (1997). Signals and Systems. Prentice Hall International.
C. L. Phillips, J. M. Parr e E. A. Riskin (2003). Signals, Systems and Transforms. Prentice Hall International.
B. Girod (2001). Signals and Systems. John Wiley & Sons.
Katsuhiko Ogata (1997). Modern Control Engineering. Prentice Hall International.
Franklin, Powell and Naeimi (1994). Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems. Addison-Wesley.
C. L. Philip and R. D. Harbor (1996). Feedback Control Systems. Prentice-Hall.