This course will cover how calculus, Fourier analysis, and other formulas are applied in the field of information and communications
engineering. Engineering mathematics is crucial to understand the transmission of information in the field of radio and acoustic
wave engineering. Therefore, engineering mathematics will be focused more in class. We will provide the students with as many
tasks as possible throughout the course, in order to have a better understanding of this topic.

1. Engineering mathematics for radio engineering.

Understand how calculus is applied in radio engineering. That includes reviewing the electromagnetic phenomenon that can be expressed by calculus and gaining its functional equation. Then this will be followed by learning the general engineering techniques that are needed to solve the functional equation.

2. Engineering mathematics for acoustic wave engineering.

Understand how Fourier analysis is applied in this field. Students will be able to understand and explain the terms used in spectral analysis, followed by solving some basic spectral analysis practice questions.

Understand how calculus is applied in radio engineering. That includes reviewing the electromagnetic phenomenon that can be expressed by calculus and gaining its functional equation. Then this will be followed by learning the general engineering techniques that are needed to solve the functional equation.

2. Engineering mathematics for acoustic wave engineering.

Understand how Fourier analysis is applied in this field. Students will be able to understand and explain the terms used in spectral analysis, followed by solving some basic spectral analysis practice questions.

- Understand that electromagnetic phenomenon, which can be expressed by calculus, can be transformed into a functional equation.
- Gain general engineering techniques that can solve the functional equations.
- Understand and explain terms used in spectral analysis.
- Solve basic spectral analysis practice questions

Class schedule | HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.) | Amount of Time Required | |
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1. | Chapter 1. Mathematics for Radio Wave Engineering | The handouts | 190minutes |

2. | 1.1 Radio waves | The handouts | 190minutes |

3. | 1.2 Differential and integral calculus | The handouts | 190minutes |

4. | 1.3 Functional equations | The handouts | 190minutes |

5. | 1.4 Expansion and weighting functions | The handouts | 190minutes |

6. | 1.5 Convolution | The handouts | 190minutes |

7. | Overall review of Chapter 1 (1) Radio waves (2) Differential and integral calculus (3) Functional equations (4) Expansion and weighting functions (5) Convolution |
Use the handouts and revise topics that were covered in this course. | 190minutes |

8. | Chapter 2. Mathematics for Acoustic Wave Engineering 2.1 Acoustic waves |
Reference book (1) | 190minutes |

9. | 2.2 Fourier transform | Reference book (1) | 190minutes |

10. | 2.3 Digitalized waveform | Reference book (1) | 190minutes |

11. | 2.4 DFT and spectrum | Reference book (1) | 190minutes |

12. | 2.5 Time windows | Reference book (1) | 190minutes |

13. | 2.6 Impulse and frequency response functions | Reference book (1) | 190minutes |

14. | Overall review of Chapter 2 (1) Acoustic waves (2) Fourier transform (3) Digitalized waveform (4) DFT and spectrum (5) Time windows (6) Impulse and frequency response functions |
Use Reference book (1) and revise topics that were covered in this course. | 190minutes |

Total. | - | - | 2660minutes |

examination | report | Total. | |
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1. | 10% | 2% | 12% |

2. | 30% | 8% | 38% |

3. | 10% | 2% | 12% |

4. | 30% | 8% | 38% |

Total. | 80% | 20% | - |

・Evaluation method

20% assignment, 80% final and midterm exams.

・criteria

More than 60% correctly answered questions out of the exercise questions on Reference book (1) is needed.

20% assignment, 80% final and midterm exams.

・criteria

More than 60% correctly answered questions out of the exercise questions on Reference book (1) is needed.

Reference material: (1) Ken'iti Kido, Digital Fourier Analysis: Fundermentals, Springer

It is required to have finished the following courses:

・Radio Wave Engineering

・Electromagnetism

・Acoustic Wave Engineering

・Signal Processing

・Radio Wave Engineering

・Electromagnetism

・Acoustic Wave Engineering

・Signal Processing

- Lunch break after classes (12:30-13:00) at the labs of 12E32 and 12Q32 for Prof. Hirose and Prof. Muto, respectively.

- Course that cultivates an ability for utilizing knowledge

Work experience | Work experience and relevance to the course content if applicatable |
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N/A | 該当しない |

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