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Tables that can be used during exams

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Pre-exam of November 2018

Dear Students, 

The pre-exam (equivalent to an official exam) on Multimedia Signal Processing 1st module (and Fundamentals of Multimedia Signal Processing) will take place Wednesday 7th November at 8:00 AM.

In order to apply for it you have to register at the poliself as a regular exam.

The classroom is still not defined.

Course Schedule Fall 2018

 

DateClassroomTopic
17 Sep D.3.1 Course introduction
18 Sep D.2.5  Review of Classical Signal Theory
20 Sep L.26.01  Introduction to Discrete Signals
24 Sep D.3.1 Linear Time Invariant Systems and their Properties,
Introduction to the Discrete Time Fourier Transform
25 Sep D.3.1 Laboratory: Introduction to MATLAB and DSP Systems Toolbox
27 Sep L.26.01 Laboratory: First examples
1 Oct D.3.1  Introduction to the z-transform
3 Oct L.26.01  The z-transform (cont.)
4 Oct L.26.01  Applications of the z-transform
5 Oct D.2.5  Filter design and analysis, from Analog to Digital filters
8 Oct D.3.1  Laboratory: The z-transform and exercises
10 Oct L.26.01  Special Filter cases, minimum phase filters, all pass filters, linear phase filters
11 Oct L.26.01  The DFT and real time signal processing techniques
12 Oct D.2.5   The DFT (continued), Ovelap and Add, Overlap and Save
15 Oct D.3.1  Laboratory: The DFT
17 Oct L.26.01  Changing sample rate, downsampling and upsampling
18 Oct L.26.01  2D signals
19 Oct D.2.5 2D signals (Continued)
22 Oct D.3.1  Laboratory: 2D signal processing
24 Oct L.26.01  Conclusion of 2D Signal Processing
25 Oct L.26.01  windowing and Polyphase filters
26 Oct D.2.5 conclusion of polyphase filters, exercises
29 Oct D.3.1  Laboratory: WIndowing and polyphase filters
31 Oct L.26.01  Exercises
5 Nov D.3.1  Laboratory: Exercises

 

Exam Procedure

Multimedia Signal Processing 1st module and Fundamentals of Multimedia Signal Processing Exam procedure

 

The exam is a written test with 3 exercises to be solved in 2 hours. Two exercises requires a numerical/procedural solution while the 3rd one is a exercise requiring the definition of a Matlab procedure in order to solve the question: The Matlab code has to be written directly on the paper without any computer aid.

The exam for the first module will take place only in the written version; no oral exams, integrations or projects will be considered in order to increase the obtained grade.

In order to pass the whole Multimedia Signal Processing exam (first and second module) (for students that are not following just the first module ("Fundamentals of Multimedia Signal Processing")) a positive grade must be obtained in both modules and the final mark will be the average of the two marks rounded up the next integer.

In evaluating the average between the two modules a 30 cum laude mark in a module will be considered as 30; in order to get 30 cum laude as a final mark, the mark of both modules must be 30 and at least one mark must be "cum laude".

In every exam date the two modules will take place one after the other (the sequence will be published in the web poliself) but the exams of both modules will take place in the same day; anyway you can choose to take on a single module or both modules in the same day.

Once you get a positive mark in a module this mark will be automatically frozen until you take again the same module in a following session: taking again the exam on the same module means that you register, participate and turn in your solution; if you simply participate to an exam but do not turn in your solution, this will not change your previous mark and you will be considered as "asbsentee".

Once you will get a positive mark in both modules the final mark will be evaluated and then published for the publishing period on the web poliself ; at the end of this period it will be automatically recorded. If you do not want to record that final grade you have to refuse it from the poliself: in that case both marks will be restored in a "frozen" state in order to allow you to take on again a module (or both of them). Anyway if you have a frozen mark in both modules at the end of each exam to which you signed in, the final average mark will be automatically published and, after the publishing period, automatically recorded: so, if you want to improve your final mark you have to remember to refuse the published final grade.