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Course: EE 126, Fall 2009
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1. Number and title of course: EE 126, Probability and Random Processes 2. Course objectives: This course introduces probability and probabilistic models. The objective is to equip students with the basic tools required to build and analyze such models in both the discrete and continuous context. The ideas of bounding and timedependence are introduced as well. 3. Topics covered: Basic probability: Sample spaces,...

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