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Digital Signal ProcessingCourseworkHand-In Instructions:Instructions for completing Report to be submitted as a pdf through the report Moodle upload facility.Matlab code to be submitted as a single text file (.txt) in the Matlab code submission box. Experimen- talresults to be submitted as a single Matlab mat file and uploaded to Moodle submission box for thecoursework.assessment:See inside for details.Filtering of Electrocardiogram DataElectrocardiograms are signals recorded from the electrical activity of the heart. These signals arerelatively small and can be affected by a number of different noise sources including power lineinterference and baseline wander. You will be given links to electrocardiogram data. Each student will begiven a different set of links. The aim of this work is to design appropriate filters and implement them toremove the unwanted power line interference and baseline wander. You should compare a number ofdifferent filter design techniques:• Pole zero placement (in the digital domain);• Butterworth filter design along with digital frequency transformation.• Chebyshev Type I filter design with digital frequency transformation;3/26/2020 54003 – Digital Signal ProcessingCourseworkHand-In Instructions:Instructionshttps://www.australiabesttutors.com/Recent_Question/54003/Digital-Signal-ProcessingCourseworkHand-In-Instructions 3/5Your designs should be compared with the other designs including the one obtained using the Pole Zeroplacement method. The filters should be compared in a number of different ways, including their(theoretical) magnitude and phase frequency responses and stability.The filters should then be implemented in Matlab and used to process the provided ECG data. The Matlabimplementations should be compared with each other together with the theoretical responses. Furthermoresome consideration should be given to sensitivity to finite word effects.Technical Report StructureThe report should include an introduction, methodology, results, conclusions and references sec- tions.The derivation of the filter specifications should be included in the methodology section of the report. Thereport should be no more than 6 sides of A4 written with a font size of 11. The 6 page limit is foreverything. The short report format means that a cover, table of contents, table of figures are notnecessary. A good number of references from high quality sources should be included. The referencesshould be formatted so that they do not occupy too much space. A double column format should be used,e.g. similar to the IEEE paper format available here:https://www.ieee.org/publications_standards/publications/authors/author_templates.htmlMarking Scheme and Timetable• This coursework contributes 40% of your total mark towards this unit.• The marks for this coursework are split according:– 20 marks will be allocated based on your ability to derive (analytically) the filter specifica- tions. Inparticular, to obtain the full ten marks you will need to describe the derivations in steps in English andprovide equations detailing the necessary derivations. Warning: The description needs to be in your ownwords. Similarly the derivation should be your work only. Any similarity with another student’s work willlikely to be considered plagiarism for which there are strict penalties.– 4 marks will come from the appropriateness of the design specifications along with appro- priateexplanations.– 8 marks will come from your results showing the appropriateness of the selected design. Hint: Matlabresults comparing appropriate designs with less appropriate design values could be useful here.– 4 marks will come from your results of applying the filters.– 4 marks will come from your technical report style and presentation.– Any report longer than the specified 6 pages will only get marked up to the 6 page limit.2019/20 Page 1 of 2• All code will need to be submitted to enable credit for the scores detailed above, along with a sin- gle.mat file containing the results of processing your specific ECG sequences using your de- signed filters.There will be separate submission boxes for the report, code and processed data files. Warning: the codeneeds to be your own written code. Any similarity with another student’s work will likely to be consideredplagiarism for which there are strict penalties. Code should be submitted in the separate Moodlesubmission box as a single text file.The total out of 40 will be multiplied by 2.5 to obtain a percentage for this work.General Grading CriteriaThe following general grading criteria is used as a guide line in deciding, more generally the quality of thework, for individual categories and as a whole.80-100 Excellent work that goes beyond the normal expectations at this level. This can include work thatis of international publishable quality.70-79 Excellent work that exceeds the usual requirements of the work, including some elements ofnovelty and demonstrates creativity in the solution.60-69 Work that is well written and formatted, meets all the objectives and demon- strates some relativelydeep insight into the work.50-59 Work that is reasonably well written and formatted and can be considered a sat- isfactory attempt.40-49 Work that adequately attempts and addresses the main objectives of the work.Some attempt at organising and structuring the work.
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