GEO 325K GEO 325K. Computational Methods. 3 Hours.
Sampling and aliasing. Review of sinusoids and wave terminology, complex numbers and complex sinusoids, vectors and matrices, the discrete Fourier transform, convolution, the convolution theorem, linear digital filters and transfer functions, random variable concepts and statistics, and least squares estimation. MATLAB is used for homework problems and examples. Two lecture hours and two laboratory hours a week for one semester. Prerequisite: The following with a grade of at least C- in each: Geological Sciences 325J or 325G; Mathematics 427J or 427K; Physics 301 and 316 or Physics 303K and 303L.