This course examines fundamental principles and applications of Digital Signal Processing. Introductory topics include linear, time-invariant systems, discrete-time convolution, and frequency-domain representations of discrete-time signals and systems. Sampling and quantization of continuous-time signals are covered. The Discrete Fourier Transform and efficient algorithms for its computation are studied in detail. The z-transform and its application to linear discrete-time systems analysis is studied. The design of digital filters using the windowing, equiripple, impulse invariance, and bilinear transformation methods is treated, along with the implementation of digital filter difference equations using canonical structures. MATLAB is utilized to demonstrate and implement Digital Signal Processing techniques.Prerequisite(s): A working knowledge of linear systems and Fourier analysis. Familiarity with MATLAB.