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Q1. The file LabECG.csv was taken from an oscilloscope readi...

Q1. The file LabECG.csv was taken from an oscilloscope reading. The first column is time values and the second column is magnitude values. Sampling frequency was 2.5 kHz. Magnitude is 100 mV scale. a. Create a plot of the ECG graphed in time with all axis labeled accordingly. b. An analog notch fi...

Part 2c: Effect of start and bridge locations on probability...

Part 2c: Effect of start and bridge locations on probability Write a MATLAB script file named EscapeProbs. m to show the effect of start location of the mole on its probability of escape. Use PMoleSafe with the following cases: Start locations: in each corner (total of 4) Bridge location: at upp...

Problem Set 1. (10 points) Consider the following data t12...

Problem Set 1. (10 points) Consider the following data t1234 y 11 29 65 125 Construct a third-order interpolating polynomial of the form P(t)=a0 +a1t+a2t2 +a3t3 Use the interpolating points to form a matrix equation Ax = b where x is the unknown vector [a0; a1, a2; a3]. Use Matlab x = A\b to sol...

1. Using MATLAB, Plot the following continuous time signals ...

1. Using MATLAB, Plot the following continuous time signals over the range t € [ -7,7 using 1,000 sample points per unit time. (a) x1(t) : = - (b) x2(t) = R(e|(2001/7+7/1)) (c) x3(t) = - 2x1 (t + 1) (d) x4(t) = u(t +2)-u(t)+2u(t -2). - - 2. Using MATLAB, Plot the following three discrete-...

Q3c By hand, write the BTCS scheme in Q3a into a matrix pro...

Q3c By hand, write the BTCS scheme in Q3a into a matrix problem of the form where T is the temperature vector, [A], [B| are matrices that depend on the identity matrix [I], the Laplacian matrix [L], the timestep ot and the diffusion coefficient a. BC is a vector that stores values associated wit...

QUESTION 2 [20 MARKS TOTAL] Background An alternative way...

QUESTION 2 [20 MARKS TOTAL] Background An alternative way to discretise the spatial derivative of the advection equation (Eq 1) is to use a scheme that is known as "upwind differencing". Itis defined as follows: Ax (Eq²) 1 II q(x.0) - ((x) is the initial condition, the...

. Assignment control engineering Contents We are going to ...

. Assignment control engineering Contents We are going to design a model for control of an azimuth position controller of a radio telescope. The process definition is given with a bode-diagram. You will need to get a mathematical model from the process definition and the bode-diagram. The assig...

PLACE NAME OR INITIALS HERE: page 3 DC Motor Position: PID ...

PLACE NAME OR INITIALS HERE: page 3 DC Motor Position: PID Controller Design Using the Root Locus Approach 1. Physical Setup: A common actuator in control systems is the DC motor. It directly provides rotary motion and, coupled with wheels or drums and cables, can provide translational motion. ...

QUESTION 4 [40 MARKS TOTAL] Background In this question, ...

QUESTION 4 [40 MARKS TOTAL] Background In this question, you will be solving the 2D heat equation defined in Eqn 3 in a rectangular domain of x 1 and -0.5 s y 505 The domain has an initial temperature of zero and the boundary conditions are given by T(x.y)=exp(1-x-y2)sin(x+y²) Eqn. 4 Yo...

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