Course overview and schedule: Syllabus
Office Hours for Spring 2019:
Tuesday 12:30-1:30 PM Steinman 404A (Lucas Parra)
Monday 2:00-3:00 PM Steinman 404A (Gavin Hsu)
Friday 12:00-1:00 PM Steinman 404A (Ivan Iotzov)
Material you should be familiar entering this course: Slides from Prof Kelly's BME 220 course.
How to Install Python
Beginner's Python Cheat Sheet
These book chapters complement the material presented in class and some go beyond. A few of them will be assigned reading and may be quized in class: Suggested reading
1. Introduction, Digital Signals
2. Discrete Fourier Transform, additional slides
3. Linear Systems
5. Correlation and Power Spectrum
6. Introduction to Ultrasound
7. Medical Imaging: X-ray, CT, PET)
8. Medical Imaging: MRI
9. Basic Image Manipulations
Load and display this ECG signal with: x=load('ecgdata.txt'); plot(x(:,1),x(:,2))
Here is a recording of a neuron firing (saved as wav file). The task is to detect the spikes reliably.
Here is a wave file of speech: wav file).
This is EEG data recorded from a subject performing a task that involves pushing a button. The volume of data contains 64 electrodes by 500 samples (2 second) by 338 trials. Alpha activity (approx. 10Hz) is reduced slightly before and some time after the button push. Any variable you compute for each electrode (stored as vector 'v' with 64 elements) you can display as an image over the head using: topoplot(v,'EEG-button-push.loc');
You need these two files to do this: topoplot, EEG-button-push.loc.
Demonstration of the importance of phase in the FFT representation of a signal: download
Proof that you only need a single quantizing bit per sample to make speech intelligible: 16 bits per sample, 2 bits per sample
Extra lab assignment:
Record speech with a headphone.