3rd Semester

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Course Fourier and Laplace transforms
Semester 3rd Credit 2--0--0
Lecturer FURUI Sadaoki, NAGAHASHI Hiroshi, HASEGAWA Osamu
Outline An introduction to the engineering mathematics focusing
on their application to signal system analysis. Fundamental
principles of complex algebra and functions, complex integral,
Cauchy's theorem, Taylor's series, residue theorem, Fourier series,
Fourier transform, Laplace transform, and their applications.

 

 

Course Probability Theory and Statistics
Semester 3rd Credit 2--0--0
Lecturer

WATANABE Sumio, SUGIYAMA Masashi

Outline

T Lecture of basic probability theory and statistics
Students will acquire a rigorous introduction to basic probability theory and statistical inference motivated by relevant statistical tools and their applications.


U The subject, which is usually covered at undergraduate level, is based on concepts of probability theory (conditional probability, expectation, random variables),
combinatorial probability, fundamental probability distributions, probability laws, probability process, statistics, tests, and so on.

 

 

Course Basic Integrated Circuits
Semester 3rd Credit 2--0--0
Lecturer

TAKAGI Shigetaka, KOBAYASHI Takao

Outline

I This course is aimed at providing principles of digital integrated
circuits. The course focuses on switching behavior of transistors and
implementation of basic logic gates by transistors.


II Fundamentals of linear circuits, transistors and their switching behavior,
logic gates, flip-flops.

 

 

Course Switching Circuit Theory
Semester 3rd Credit 2--1--0
Lecturer

KUMAZAWA Itsuo, ISSHIKI Tsuyoshi

Outline

From the viewpoints of computational system design, basic theories
(Boolien Algebra, Properties of Logic Function, Theories for Sequential
Circuit) and designing techniques (Simplification of Combinational and
Sequential Circuit) are lectured.

 

 

Course Foundations of Computing
Semester 3rd Credit 2--1--0
Lecturer

OGATA Wakaha, MURATA Takeshi

Outline

Based on the basic concepts learning in "Foundations of Computer Science,"
students in this course will learn advanced concepts and the base of the
theory that relates to computer engineering.

 

 

Course Programming I
Semester 3rd Credit 2--0--0
Lecturer

WATANABE Takuo, SAITOU Suguru

Outline

This course introduces students to basic concepts in programming, data structures, algorithms and fundamental techniques for solving problems using the programming language C. Topics will include basic concepts in procedural programming (control structures, data types, functions, procedures, recursion, I/O) and data structures (lists, tress, tables, etc.) and operations on them.

 

 

Course Experiments on Computer Science I
Semester 3rd Credit 2--0--0
Lecturer

YONEZAKI Naoki

Outline

This course is provided to ensure that all students have exposure to a common imperative programming language and experience of writing programs in popular procedural programming language C. It will provide a foundation of data type, data structure and control structure. It also provides experience of the usage of specific guidance on the design and debugging of small programs to complement "Experiments on Computer Science IV'" which will concentrate on issues that arise with large bodies of code.

 



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