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Boston University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering EC505 STOCHASTIC PROCESSES Midterm Class Evaluation #1 Please help me improve the course by giving me the feedback asked for below. Answers with an explanation tend to be more useful than just a “yes” or “no”. Your input will help me make corrections and adjust the direction of the remainder of the course. The listed questions are merely meant to be a guide – please feel free to use additional sheets if you feel so moved or to comment on anything you would like, and especially to come talk to me personally at any time with your concerns or questions. I appreciate your feedback. 1. Lectures/Classroom (a) Are lectures useful or useless (or somewhere in between)? What could be improved (classroom, blackboard technique, examples used, color of chalk, etc). (b) Are topics covered in sufficient depth and timeliness? How could the delivery of information in the classroom be improved?
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