This elective course provides an overview of deep learning methods and models as used in digital signal processing (DSP), including key DSP concepts that appear in and adjacent to such models in both real-time and off-line applications. Key topics include training pipelines, loss functions including perceptual losses, confusion matrices and performance metrics, convolutional layers of various dimensions used on both time series and time-frequency representations of data, dropout, principal components analysis, autoencoders, various types of RNNs, common network architectures, mitigation of overfitting, frequency response, discrete Fourier transforms, spectrograms and windowing, and perfect reconstruction. Topics of student interest will be addressed by special lecture topics and course projects. Laboratory exercises include several weeks of guided exercises and culimnate with a term project.
Graduate students enrolled in the course will prepare critical summaries of published research papers in addition to meeting the requirements of the undergraduate course. Milestones of these summaries will include regular reviews and feedback from the faculty member and presentations to the class.
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Instructor consent will be given for students with other appropriate background from transfer credit and other MSOE courses.
Rosie is MSOE’s high performance supercomputer, which we will be using in this class. Please see the Rosie User Guide.
Please see the user guide section on running MATLAB’s Deep Learning Toolbox running on Rosie. This is the recommended environment for this course. The course does not assume prior knowledge of MATLAB or Python, etc.