IEE 5620 (2009 Fall)
The first midterm Exam will be held on 10/20/2009, Tuesday, from 3:40 pm to 6:00 pm. The location will be ED 219. The first midterm exam will cover contents from Topic1 to Topic3, homeworks, and corresponding materials in Gallager's notes. No calculators are allowed.
Please make an appointment in advance.
- Learn to formulate a real world problem, typically in communications, control, and
networking, using an appropriate probabilistic model.
- Learn to solve the intended and formulated problem.
Henry Stark and John W. Woods, Probability and Random Processes with Applications to Signal Processing,
Third edition, Prentice Hall
Midterm I: 25% (10/20/2009)
Midterm II: 25% (12/1/2009)
Final Exam: 30% (01/12/2010)
1. R.G. Gallager, Stochastic Processes Essentials. Downloadable at http://web.mit.edu/gallager/www/pages/pubs.html.