**Syllabus****Announcements****Homework Assignments****Lab Assignments****Solutions****Other Handouts****Other Important Information****Relevant Links**

- 12/6/2006: Solutions to our midterm are located here along with the other exams.
- 12/6/2006: All homework solutions are now posted in the solutions page.
- 11/28/2006: For the laplace transform, you will need to look at the following handout.
- 11/27/2006: Several people asked me for the code and scripts of today's matlab demo. I've placed them all in the directory here which includes a documented list of commands and the other scripts that I called.
- 11/27/2006: HW5 and HW6 solutions are now posted in the solutions area. HW7 will be posted later this week. Also, a remimnder to everyone that there are no lates accepted for homework 9 (see our syllabus for details).
- 11/5/2006: midterm histogram is now availalbe. Class mean (median) is 26.4 (28) which corresponds to a final grade of roughly a 3.2.
- 10/31/2006: A student asked for the worked solutions to the problems on your notes (pages 55, 56, and 89), and they are now here
- 10/27/2006: Solutions for the latest hws 3-4 are now posted in the solutions area.
- 10/26/2006: Sample midtern exams are here. Note, some of them have the solutions written right with the exam, so if you don't want to see the solutions, you might want to look at them incrementally. These are exams that I gave myself (the ones whose name start with 'ee235...') and also other example exams. There are also a few finals there as well, but you don't need to worry about them until your final :-)
- 10/23/2006: Question on problem 3.31: The time constant is defined on page 42 of the text. If we have a complex exponential $Ce^\{at\}$ where $a$ is the variable, then we set the following $Ce^\{at\}\; =\; Ce^\{-t/\backslash tau\}$, where $\backslash tau$ is known as the time constant in this case we have $\backslash tau\; =\; -1/a$. Also, you'll need to turn in short printouts of matlab code for this problem.
- 10/19/2006: HW1 and HW2 solutions are now posted in the solutions area.
- 10/18/2006: Homework solutions and many examples of previous midterms (all with solutions) will be posted here in pdf form very soon!!
- 10/13/2006: As you probably noticed, we have a grader. His name is Dan Luong and his email is dluong@ee.washington.edu. If you have questions about grading on your homework, the first person to ask is Dan. If you still have questions, next ask our TAs ( Evan and/or Eric). And if you then still have questions, please ask me.
- 10/11/2006: Eta Kappa Nu Study Center opens Monday, October 16. Hours: Monday-Friday 11:00am - 1:00 pm, Location: EE Building Upper Basement. Offering high-quality tutoring in a low-pressure environment, focusing on EE215, 233, and 235.
- 10/10/2006: Matlab tutorial Friday the 13th, look here
- 10/2/2006: TA office hours will be in the SIEG tutorial rooms, which are Sieg 126/128.
- 9/28/06: It turns out that the course notes will be at the bookstore after all (this is a new thing they're starting this quarter). I'm told that you can get your course notes starting tomorrow morning at the bookstore located here. I don't know the price (but if you find out, let me know and I'll post it here).
- 9/27/06: A new matlab primer for EE students is now online (other matlab links are below)
- 9/27/06: The class course notes have been now sent to the communications (CMU) copy center, and should be available to pick up starting later tomorrow afternoon. These notes will not be made available electronically unfortunately.
- 9/27/06: No discussion sections this week (first section will be Monday, Oct 2nd).
- 9/27/06: HW0 is now ready in PS and PDF formats.
- 9/27/06: Everyone enrolled in the class must provide a photograph/picture
of yourself so we can get to know you. The photo must
be recent, and must look like
the way you'll typically look in class. You have two options
to get us this photo:
- Email your full name, your SID, and a digital photo of yourself to ee235picture@ssli.ee.washington.edu (please remember to include your SID, student ID as some people have the same name).
- We will be bringing cameras to class and can take your picture after lecture.

- 9/27/06: web page up and running

**Homework assignments:**

All homework assignments are listed
in the course information/syllabus above.

Homework FAQ page (general questions
about homework that are not in the syllabus).

**Laboratory assignments:**

All of the five laboratory assignments are avaialble on the connections web
site. They are to be finished during discussion in the week as
indicated in the syllabus.

You are strongly encouraged to fully read and understand the laboratories before the discussion section in which you are to do them. Failure to read beforehand might mean that you can't complete the lab in discussion. Labs will be graded on a pass/no-pass basis, so again you must prepare before your discussion.

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Riskin's Interactive Demos

Warning: The class notes mostly parallel these lessons, but there will be
some differences, particularly for Lessons 21-24.

(Send email about errors on these web pages to riskin@ee.)

EE235 Grading, Collaboration and Make-up Policies

- Course Assessment Study
- Matlab-related
- A Matlab primer specifically for UW-EE students (e.g., using it from home, etc.).
- Getting Started with MATLAB (also see here)
- Matlab Homepage
- Student Edition of MATLAB
- MathWorks Matlab Tutorial
- A UMd MATLAB tutorial
- A Practical Introduction to Matlab (Updated for Matlab 5) by Mark S. Gockenbach
- Matlab Primer (postscript format file) by Kermit Sigmon
- An Intro to Programming textbook that covers includes a matlab intro

- JHU web pages
- Introduction to Fourier Transforms and the frequency domain
- Wikipedia's page on the Gibbs Phenomenon
- The Gibbs Phenomenon Applet (as of 9/06, this link no longer seems to be working, but if you find a new working link to this, please let me know).
- Another Gibbs Applet (this also doesn't seem to be working right now unfortunately, ahh the vicissitudes of the web).
- Gibbs Applet with sound (very good)

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