 
Covered Material of textbook #1
Alan V. Oppenheim, Ronald W. Schafer, and
John R. Buck, DiscreteTime Signal Processing, 2^{nd} ed.,
Prentice
Hall, 1998.
Chapter 2
 Section 2.1 
 Section 2.2 
 Section 2.3 
 Section 2.4 
 Section 2.5 
 Section 2.6 
 Section 2.7 
 Section 2.8 
 Section 2.9 
 Section 2.10  Only Equations (2.195) and (2.204) and how to use them 
Chapter 4
 Section 4.1 
 Section 4.2 
 Section 4.3 
 Section 4.4 (exclude 4.4.2) 
 Section 4.5 
 Section 4.6 
 Section 4.8 
Chapter 7
 Section 7.0 (specifications for discretetime filters) 
 Section 7.1 (Impulse invariance and bilinear transformation methods) 
 Section 7.2 (windowing method for FIR filter design) 
 Section 7.3 (formulation of optimal design of FIR filters) 
 All designs discussed in the Matlab code are VERY IMPORTANT. 
Chapter 8
 Section 8.1 
 Section 8.2 
 Section 8.3 
 Section 8.4 
 Section 8.5 
 Section 8.6 
 Section 8.7 
Chapter 10
 Section 10.1 
 Section 10.2 
 Section 10.3 (exclude 10.3.2) 
 Section 10.4 (Only spectrogram display example) 
 Section 10.6 (Only definition of periodogram and its averaging using DFT) 
Chapter 11
 Section 11.4 (Hilbert transform for discrete sequences) 
Covered Material from Textbook #2
C. Sidney
Burrus, James C. McClellan, et al., ComputerBased Exercises for
Signal Processing Using Matlab, Prentice Hall, 1993.
 Chapter 3: Spectrum Analysis 
 Chapter 8: DiscreteTime Filter Design 
 Chapter 11: Linear Prediction (Handout) 
