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MIT Online Course 6.341x Discrete-Time Signal Processing is now free, online, interactive, and open to the world

6.341x: Discrete-Time Signal Processing is a free open access self-paced graduate level MOOC (massive open online course). This free online self-paced course is based on the residential MIT introductory graduate-level signal processing course that has been taught and continually updated at MIT for over four decades. 6.341x includes recorded live lectures and all of the exercises, problem sets and exams from the live residential MIT course 6.341.

6.341x was previously offered in 2014 and 2015 online through edX as a regular (i.e. not self-paced) MOOC. We are delighted to announce that edX is now offering 6.341x online and for free in this interactive, self-paced format. This format contains all of the original MOOC content with the exception of a discussion forum or course certification. All of the online content can now be accessed in whatever order, style, and time frame matches your individual interests, learning style, and needs.


We invite you to explore the site and the course, which can be accessed at:

To learn more about the MOOC practices and lessons learnt, read the authors' recent article in the IEEE Signal Processing Magazine: T. A. Baran, R. G. Baraniuk, A. V. Oppenheim, P. Prandoni and M. Vetterli, "MOOC Adventures in Signal Processing: Bringing DSP to the era of massive open online courses," in IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, vol. 33, no. 4, pp. 62-83, July 2016. <>








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