Course Information for 4101 - BioSystems Analysis
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Primary Instructor: Chuck Alan Dorval
Designation:Required
Credits: 4.0
Semesters Offered:Fall
Frequency Offered:Annual
Prerequisites:BIOEN 3101, BIOEN 3301 Corequisite: BIOEN 3202
Class Schedule: MWF 12:55-1:45 + Lab period (M or T, AM or PM)
Catalog Description: The goals of this course are to solidify the techniques developed in BioSignals Analysis (BIOEN 3101) in the context of complete systems, including biomedical instrumentation design with a focus on discrete-time implementations. The course will explore basic modeling approaches to medical and physiological systems while those same systems are examined concurrently in the corequisite, Physiology for Engineers (BIOEN 3202). The activities of the course couple example systems with hands-on experience through laboratory exercises. Students are expected to perform a substantial amount of programming in LabVIEW and MATLAB. The course relies one textbook that students should already have from Biosignals Analysis (BIOEN 3101), and a second text they should acquire.
Required Texts:B.P. Lathi. Linear Systems and Signals, 2nd ed. (2004) Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0195158335. R.S. Esfandiari & B. Lu. Modeling and Analysis of Dynamic Systems, 2nd ed. (2014) CRC Press. ISBN 978-1466574939.
Course Syllabus:Syllabus_4101.pdf