EE562a Syllabus 2009

EE562a Syllabus 2009 - Course Syllabus EE562a Term: Fall...

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Course Syllabus EE562a Term: Fall 2009 Course title: Random Processes in Engineering Lecture: Monday & Wednesday, 11:00 am-12:20 pm, OHE 100B Instructor: Robert Scholtz Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday, 2:00-3:30 pm, EEB 500B Contact: (213) 740-7327, scholtz@usc.edu Teaching Assistant: Woo-Shik Kim Discussion: Friday 9:00 am, OHE100D Office Hours : Tuesday 2:00-3:30 pm, EEB 434 Contact: (213) 740-4679, wooshikk@usc.edu Grader: Ruiqing Dong Contact: rdong@usc.edu Firm prerequisites: 1. Linear Algebra, matrix theory, linear spaces, bases, eigenvectors, eigenvalues, etc. (EE 441 or pass placement exam). 2. Probability theory and random variables, moments, transformations of random variables, characteristic functions and moment generating functions, etc. (EE 464 or pass placement exam). 3. Fourier, Laplace, and z transforms, complex variables, contour integrals, and residue theory (EE 401 or equivalent). Reading Materials:
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