Article on DSP course at VMI that uses MATLAB for live measurement, analysis and visualization
|29 Jun 2009||Linda Webb||
How can we prepare undergraduate engineering students to work on meaningful, real-world problems in the short time that they are with us? Undergraduate research programs are one potential answer, but such programs are challenging to implement. Most undergraduate engineers are not ready to perform useful research until the first semester of the junior year. Furthermore, to solve real-world problems, students need access to real-world data, which is often difficult to obtain without spending valuable time learning how to use specialized data-acquisition-system languages.