I GOT A PROGRAMMING QUESTION ON MY PHD QUALIFYING EXAM!! 👩🏼💻
I get to code yay!! I actually wasn’t expecting to based off of other exams. I was expecting more theory, less application (I have 0 derivations in my exam which I’m actually sad about haha). So I’m pleasantly surprised and it makes sense seeing as my scientific analysis almost always involves programming and my PhD department is APPLIED marine physics. I’m able to break down some fundamental theory through programming applications and tests. The exam question is actually a tutorial I’ve been wanting to do here so I will be sure to share in the future!
❓Have you needed to code for an exam before? ⬇️
Will be mostly MIA this week due to my written PhD exams 👩🏼🏫👩🏼💻 ...
Are you a visual or auditory learner? Whether you prefer audio or visual, what’s cool is both emit electromagnetic waves (in fact everything does), these waves can be analyzed through signal processing
Signal processing: the science behind our digital lives
Signal processing is an electrical engineering sub field for analyzing, manipulating and synthesizing electromagnetic signals like voice, audio, temperature, video, pressure, position to biological measurements
Signal processing is important for machine learning, medical diagnostics, stock market analysis, communications, speech recognition, earth and space sciences, etc.
What do we need for signal processing? Programming of course! Matlab (signal processing toolbox) and python (libraries like numpy, scipy are all useful) can be used for signal processing. Sampling theorem, time frequency analysis, spectral analysis, Fourier (and other) transforms, waveforms, noise removal, filtering are all important tools for signal processing can be coded and are useful for signal processing and analysis
I’ve been getting a lot of signal processing questions from interviews so I wanted to share some knowledge! I may do an EM post or more in-depth waveform post (Fourier, wavelet, etc. if anyone is interested!) ...
Happy Monday & new week👋🏽. Spending this evening commenting up my code for my Employee Salary calculator, refactoring where I can. •
I had to remind myself of Arrow Functions and funnily enough, used my own written article to do this😂. Read my posts over on: dev.to/yusufcodes 👍🏽
Let me know what your plans are for this week🔥⬇️ ...