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ECE 220 Analytical Foundations of Electrical and Computer Engineering   View Course's WolfWare HomepageView Course's Online SyllabusThis course has an associated problem session
         
This course is designed to acquaint you with the basic mathematical tools used in electrical and computer engineering. The concepts covered in this course will be used in higher level courses and, more importantly, throughout your career as an engineer. Major topics of the course include complex numbers, real and complex functions, signal representation, elementary matrix algebra, solutions to linear systems of equations, linear differential equations, laplace transforms used for solving linear differential equations, fourier series and transforms and their uses in solving ECE problems. EE and CPE Majors Only.
 
Pre-Requisites:C- or better in ECE 200
Co-Requisites:None
Restrictions:Department Consent Required
Credits: 3