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Prof. Mark R. Bell mrb@ecn.purdue.edu (765)494-6412 ECE600: Random Variables and Waveforms Instructor: Prof. Mark R. Bell Phone: (765) 494-6412 email: mrb@ecn.purdue.edu TA: To be announced Webpage: http://www.ece.purdue.edu/~mrb (and follow the ECE600 link.) ECE600 Contact Info.
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Graduate Standing Solid Understanding of Calculus and Fourier Transforms . Some mathematical maturity. Prerequisites A. Papoulis, Probability, Random Variables, and Stochastic Processes, 4th ed., McGraw-Hill, 2002. The third edition of Papoulis is acceptable if you already have it. Textbook
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3 Midterms Exams: 20% Each 1 Final Exam: 40% Homework will not be collected —but you must do it!!! Course Grading Midterm Exam Schedule Exam 1: Session 9 Exam 2: Session 17 Exam 3: Session 25
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No Make-up Exams. If you miss a midterm exam, your final
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Unformatted text preview: exam score will be used in its place. Homework: There will be weekly homework assignments. Homework solutions will be posted to the course website Do the homework!!! Course Grading (Cont.) Prof. Bells Office Hours Off Campus Students: T, Th: 1:30 3:00pm On Campus Students: M: 10:00 11:30am W: 9:00 - 10:30am Communications and Information Theory Computer Networks Solid State (Quantum Mechanics) Optics Control Theory Electromagnetics and Antennas Random Models in ECE Systems that are too complex to model deterministically: (Ignorance) Maxwell: Theory of Gases Boltzmann: Statistical Mechanics Systems that are inherently random: Games of Chance Quantum Mechanics Other fundamentally random systems. Probability is Used to Model Uncertainty...
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