Creative Thinking: Techniques and Tools for Success

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Creative Thinking: Techniques and Tools for Success
This course is designed for students who are creative, innovative, and innovative-minded. It is about the art of being able to think outside of the box, make something up as you go, and try things out before committing. We’ll focus on a specific skill, Creative Thinking, and how to use it to its fullest potential.

We’ll learn how to think creatively about many topics: marketing, engineering, business, design, and many others. We’ll focus on the art of keeping your creative vision locked down, making sure you don’t move around too much or do either of these two things at the same time; and most importantly, we’ll teach you how to get better results by sticking to your guns and following your gut.

To get the most out of this course, you’ll have to do a few things:
1. Explore the four skill areas we cover each, and how they are related to creativity.
2. Try out some of the topics we discuss, and make some changes based on what you find.
3. Cross-reference what you’ve learned in previous courses to get a feel for the topics we cover.
4. Try out some of the projects that were created in previous courses, and make some changes based on what you find.

The goal of this course is to learn how to use different thinking and methodologies to create something as unique and original as possible. In doing so, we’ll apply what we’ve learned in the courses to everything in our lives–art, business, and personal life.Introduction to Creative Thinking
The Mindset of Creative Thinking
Projecting and Negotiation
Digital Signal Processing
This course covers signal processing in the high-level details what both signal processing and digital signal generation. We will cover mathematical concepts all the way to the decimal point, and we will also cover the hardware-level details of processing bits and bytes. We will also cover the basics of digital signal conversion, including the bits and bytes needed to convert a bit of information into something else. This course is designed to cover the important subjects in software signal processing, but we do not require any prior knowledge of computer programming or computer hardware.We will start by covering the basic architectures of digital signal processing: how they are implemented in different hardware, how to select the appropriate architecture for a given application, and the corresponding bit patterns that are used in different situations. We then proceed to a detailed simulation of a digital signal processor, and we will talk about choosing the appropriate processor architecture to work with a particular application in mind. This will help prepare you for the next course in the specialization Digital Signal Processing: Analysis, Design, and Implementation, which will focus on the hardware details of how a processor actually functions.Module 1
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