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MMSP

This is a page where I will collect the material for the exercizes of Multimedia Signal Processing.

Introduction to MATLAB

This lecture concerns the foundamentals of programming with MATLAB and some exercizes for training.

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Discrete-time Signals

This lecture concerns the discrete time signals and how to use MATLAB to model them.

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Z-Transform

This lecture concerns the Z-transform and its properties.

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Discrete Fourier Transform

This lecture concerns the Discrete Fourier Transform and its properties.

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Introduction to 2D digital signals

This lecture concerns the analysis, processing and rendering of 2D digital signals.

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Multirate sampling

This lecture concerns the multirate processing, such as decimation, interpolation, up and downsampling.

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Windowing and STFT

This lecture concerns the windowing of signals (from infinite- to finite-duration) and the Short Time Fourier Transform (STFT).

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Digital fillters

This lecture concerns the implementation of digital filters, linear and minimum phase filters, allpass filters and minimum phase /allpass decomposition.

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Polyphase

This lecture concerns the multirate processing, such as decimation, interpolation, up and downsampling using polyphase filters.

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Exercises and previous exams

Here some exercises for the course. Please follow the slack community to ask questions about the solutions.

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Community

I created a Slack for the course. Ask me the invitation link by sending me an email and/or ask your colleagues. If you have questions that may be interesting for the class, please ask them publicly. Subscribing and participating to the Slack is not mandatory and it does not influence your grade in any way.

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Contacts

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Building 20, Ground floor
via Giuseppe Ponzio 34/5
20133 Milano - Italy

Phone: +39 02 2399 9653

Email: michele.buccoli[at][guess the domain]

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