## Teaching at UC3M
Introduction to Graphical Models and Inference for CommunicationsTeaching material used for the course Advanced Communications which is offered within the Master in Multimedia & Communications at University Carlos III in Madrid (Spain). The introduction to graphical models and inference for communications is structured in eight lessons: Introduction to Graphical Models and Inference for Communications Exact Inference in Discrete cycle-free Factor Graphs. Belief Propagation. Inference Discrete Factor Graphs with cycles. Loopy Belief Progataion. Gaussian message passing. The max-product algorithm. LDPC codes over the Binary Erasure Channel. LDPC codes over general channels. Turbo-codes.
We provide the LaTeX source code for the slides used in the 9 lectures of the course. We have moved all files to this public
Systems and CircuitsTeaching material used for the course Systems and Circuits in first year undegraduate of Telecomunication Engineering at University Carlos III in Madrid (Spain). The objectives of the course are 1) to introduce the basic concepts of signals and systems with an emphasis on their use in communication, and 2) as particularization of the above, to introduce the basic concepts of electric circuit analysis. We provide the LaTeX source code for the slides used in the 12 lectures of the course: Signals and basic operations Periodicity, Energy and Power Basic Signals: impulse, the unit step, and the complex exponential signal Resistive Circuits and Kirchoff Laws Techniques of Circuit Analysis Techniques of Circuit Analysis (II): the Thévenin equivalnet Introduction to Systems LTI systems and the convolution operation Properties of LTI Systems Capacitance & Inductance RC, RL and RLC circuits Sinosuidal Steady-State Analysis
This material has been created by Pablo Martínez Olmos (olmos@tsc.uc3m.es) Emilio Parrado Hernández (emipar@tsc.uc3m.es)
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