Synthesis of systems based on optimization methods

Course Description

Optimization methods in synthesis of systems for signal processing. Synthesis in time and frequency domain. Numerical design of analog and digital filters, equalizers, Hilbert transformers, pulse shapers, derivators, and integrators. Efficient implementation of digital systems. Minimization of number of operations as a criterion in synthesis of digital systems. Design of systems with sums-of-powers-of-two (SPT) coefficients. Optimum systems in software defined radio. Optimization methods in compressed sensing. Tools for system design: MATLAB.

Study Programmes

Postgraduate doctoral study programme


M. Vučić (2021.), Optimization Methods in Signal Processing and System Design - Teaching Materials, FER-ZESOI
A. Antoniou, W.-S. Lu (2021.), Practical Optimization - Algorithms and Engineering Applications, Springer
H. J. Blinchikoff, A. I. Zverev (2001.), Filtering in the Time and Frequency Domains, Noble Publishing Associates
I. Rish, G. Ya. Grabarnik (2020.), Sparse Modeling - Theory, Algorithms, and Applications, CRC Press
J. Nocedal, S. Wright (2006.), Numerical Optimization, Springer

For students


ID 154773
  Winter semester
L1 English Level
L1 e-Learning