Modality: During Winter 2023 All lectures will be delivered in-person, and podcasted. Some may occasionally switch to remote format (via Zoom). Synchronous attendance is strongly recommended. All discussion sections will be in-person, with the exception of Sections A21, A22, A23, and A24, which will meet remotely via Zoom at the scheduled times. The midterm and final will be administered in-person, at the announced times, with no exceptions. Masking is optional in indoor classrooms and instructional settings, which includes lecture, discussion, office hours, and exams. Any updates to this policy will be announced here and on Canvas. Canvas: The LMS (learning management system) for this course is Canvas. The Canvas page for this course is combinedfor all three lectures A00, B00, and C00.Canvas will be used in various ways through the course, but this course webpage is the main portal for the course.Piazza: We will use Piazza, an online discussion board, as a principal communication tool.It will allow you to post messages and answer posts made by your fellow students, about course content, homework, exams, etc. The instructors and TAs will also monitor and post to Piazza regularly.We will also use Piazza Live Q&A is the main communication tool during lectures (as the chat will be disabled). You can access Piazza through Canvas, or directly.Please note: there are student run forums on Discord and Reddit that may have sections devoted to Math 18. These are not official course resources. Your instructors may try to interactwith students on those forums, mostly to try to make sure any informaiton shared there is accurate, but students should use those, and any other non-official resources, at their own risk.We cannot guarantee that anything posted there is accurate, or conforms to class policies.Gradescope: We will use Gradescope to grade your exams in this course. Any online quizzes/exams will be implemented throughGradescope Online Assignments. You will be able to view your graded assignments in Gradescope once they are graded and published. You are encouraged to take advantage of Pearson's"temporary access without payment for 14 days," which will let you do the MyLab homework and access the eText for free for two weeks, in case there is a possibility that you will drop the course.You will have the option to purchase access after the two weeks is over, and your homework scores during the trial period will be saved.Lecture Recordings: The lectures for this course will be recorded in two ways: through Kaltura, accessible in Canvas,and by podcast.Textbook: The required textbook for this course is Linear Algebra and its Applications w/ MyMathLab/eBook (6th Edition), by David C. Lay, Steven R. Lay, and Judi J. McDonald. This is the textbook available at the UC San Diego bookstore. If you choose to purchase it elsewhere, be aware that you need MyLab access, which is included with the bookstore version of the textbook but not with all versions. Note: you may also forego the physical textbook and just purchase a MyLab access code directly from the publisher Pearson the first time you login to MyLab (through Canvas); this includes access to the ebook version of the textbook. Discussion Sections are a required component of this course. You must attend your scheduled discussion section each week (on time) to receive full credit in the class. The discussion sections will involve community building and active learning, and will play a key role in your success at mastering linear algebra. If you have a legitimate, well-documented, and unavoidable circumstance that prevents you from attending your scheduled Discussion Section you are one week, it may be possible for you to switch and attend a different Discussion Section instead. A Google Form will be available on Canvas to request this; you must submit a request no later than 48 hours before your scheduled section time. Space in discussion sections is limited, and not all requested swaps may be honored. This is meant to be a one-time event, not a regular occurrence. Note: this does not apply to Weeks 3 and 8, when Quizzes are held during section; all students must take the Quiz only in their scheduled Discussion Section. MyLab Homework: Weekly homework will be assigned through MyLab, the online Pearson homework system. You will find the assignments through the MyLab link in Canvas.See the syllabus for more details.MATLAB:One component of our coursework is a series of MATLAB assignments, and a MATLAB quiz at the end. You will sign up for a MATLABsection and submit your MATLAB work through gradescope. All information releventt to the MATLAB component of Math 18 can be foundhere.Exams:In this course there will be two quizzes (in Discussion Sections in Weeks 4 and 8), one evening midterm exam, and one final exam. Dates, times, and locations are posted below.Note that there will be no make-up dates for the quizzes or midterm. If you must miss one of these, the credit they count for will be transferred to a portion ofthe final exam (see the syllabus for more details). There will be no alternate times for the final exam; if you cannot take the final exam at its scheduled time,you should not enroll in this class.
I must confess that after going through your lecture, I got better understanding of what the fourier series in signal processing is about. Presently, I am using matlab in a model I developed to monitor how a propagating pulse received at three different sensors can be reconstructed to get back the original pulse signal. I started by defining the pulse as a square wave which has sine and cosine functions built into it. My problem now is how to get the amplitudes and frequencies of the pulse at the sensors.
SIMULINK is a part of MATLAB that can be used to simulate dynamic systems. Simulink is an Environment for graphical, model-based simulation of dynamic systems. To facilitate the model definition, SIMULINK adds a new class of windows called block diagram windows. In these windows, models are created and edited primarily by mouse driven commands. Part of mastering SIMULINK is to become familiar with manipulating model components within these windows. 2b1af7f3a8