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1/5/06 11:35 AM
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jgibson
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So what's everyone taking this quarter/semester? Me: Signals and Systems II Continuous-time and discrete-time Fourier series, continuous-time Fourier transform, discrete-time Fourier transform, fast Fourier transform, sampling, aliasing, communications, modulation, the z-transform, discrete-time filters. Digital Systems Second course in a sequence of digital and microprocessor courses. Covers shift register devices and circuits; design, timing analysis, and application of synchronous state machine circuits using discrete devices and programmable logic devices; timing analysis of asynchronous state machines, arithmetic circuits and devices; internal architecture of a microprocessor; design and interfacing of memory systems; and an introduction to design for test techniques. Complex Analysis and Boundary Value Problems Fundamental concepts of complex variables, partial differential equations and boundary value problems using Fourier series.
1/7/06 3:32 AM
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1/7/06 7:35 AM
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Calc II Computer Organization and Architecture I (Digital Design class, basically) Algorithms in C++ (basically, the intermediate algorithms class + you teach yourself C++ to do the problems in)
1/7/06 2:46 PM
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Do they teach you assembly in that Architecture class?
1/7/06 5:34 PM
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Calc II Physics II Chem for engineers intro. to programming (C++) impact of sci. & tech on socieyt enviro sci.
1/7/06 7:06 PM
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Graduated in the fall BIATCHES!!!
1/8/06 1:47 AM
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What is Kalman filtering?
1/8/06 1:14 PM
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Physics of gravitation Time travel 2 Curing something 101
1/8/06 8:50 PM
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jgibson - they teach it in the second Arch class. their way sucks though, you use a MIPS simulator and program in MIPS ASM. I already know x86 assembler middlin' well, so that part will be a wash for me.
2/6/06 10:18 PM
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Taking: Marine Paleoecology TAing: Petrogenesis Greg
2/7/06 10:16 AM
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Physics 121 - Electricity, magnetism, optics, and atomic science for scientists and engineers (calculus based)
There's a lecture and lab included with it, so I'm doing 8 hours a week at night for a paltry 5.5 credits.
2/8/06 10:45 AM
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Linear algebra with this super fast russian teacher, I swear she thinks to herself "In the motherland, I would be havink you all shoveling coal by now." intro to macroeconomics Software engineering / architecture Analysis of algorithms
2/9/06 4:25 PM
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My classes so far are a blast. Signals and Systems is giving me a huge hard-on. And, uh, Complex analysis is hard as FAWK!
2/11/06 12:45 AM
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Hey Rob, Are you using the that big-ass "Intro to Algorithms" text for your alogrithms class?
2/11/06 4:58 AM
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jgibson - we go through that whole book in the upper-level class. we're using the Sedgewick C++ Algorithms book right now.

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