COURSE-MATERIALS ERRATA ################################################################################ This document contains errata for the following textbook and lecture slides: M. D. Adams, Continuous-Time Signals and Systems (Version 2.0) University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada, Feb. 2020. M. D. Adams, Lecture Slides for Signals and Systems (Version 2.0) University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada, Feb. 2020. Below is a list of errors that have been reported to date. Some of the bug reports may be from an earlier offering of ECE260, if an earlier offering used the same version of some course materials as the current offering. ################################################################################ Date: 2020-04-26 Name: Kiana Assenheimer Description: Textbook, p. 15 Exercise 2.2 has two part e's. Instead of the parts being numbered a to h with two part e's, they should be numbered a to i (with only one part e). ################################################################################ Date: 2020-05-08 Name: Nghia Dam Description: Textbook, p. 14 The text in the sentence for (2.8) should be changed from "periodic with period T (or simply T-periodic)" to "periodic with period N (or simply N-periodic)" ################################################################################ Date: 2020-05-10 Name: Michael Adams Description: Textbook, p. 54 Example 3.41 In the 2nd last line of part (b), the "6t/[cos 2t] x(t)" should be "6/t^2 x(t)". ################################################################################ Date: 2020-05-11 Name: Aimee Jones Description: textbook, p. 306 In the problem statement for Exercise A.6, the word "the" is repeated twice in a row. One "the" should be removed. ################################################################################ Date: 2020-05-19 Name: Amaan Makhani Description: there is a typo in the solution for Exercise A.9(c). The typo is regarding the loss of the power of 7. The 7 should multiply the arctan(5w/3). ################################################################################ Date: 2020-05-22 Name: Jigyasa (Jay) Chaudhary Description: Resource: Continuous-Time Signals and Systems (Edition 2.0) Page Number: 48 Topic: Time Invariance Section 3.7.5, third line Error: H(t-t_0) = Hx'(t) for all t ... Recommended Fix: Hx(t-t_0) = Hx'(t) for all t ... i.e., a missing "x" needs to be added. ################################################################################ Date: 2020-05-27 Name: Joseph Padayattil Description: textbook (Continuous-Time Signals and Systems, Edition 2.0) Near the bottom of page 301, a sentence in the very last paragraph says "Let f and g be function and let a be a scalar constant". The word "function" is missing an "s" at the end. It's referring to 2 different functions there so the word should be plural. ################################################################################ Date: 2020-06-13 Name: Hien Van To Description: page 135 of the textbook, in the caption for Figure 6.1 there is a stray apostrophe/backquote after the "(c)" which should be removed ################################################################################ Date: 2020-11-07 Name: Ryan Javanmardi Description: p. 183 of textbook, Example 6.38: The problem statement should be changed from x(t) = -2 + 2 cos 2t + cos 4t - cos 6t to x(t) = -1 + 2 cos 2t + cos 4t - cos 6t This would make the problem statement consistent with the rest of the solution. ################################################################################ Date: 2020-11-27 Name: Angus Morrison Description: p. 286 of the textbook, Exercise 7.18 The first sentence of the problem statement states that the system is LTI. In part (b), however, the given initial condition is nonzero. So, the system cannot be LTI. Therefore, "LTI" should be removed from the first sentence of the problem statement. ################################################################################ Date: Name: Description: ################################################################################