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SPRING 2011
Sections:
592, 905, 1078, 2567, 3342, 7645 (2
nd
period)
607, 926, 1070, 1131, 1194, 2555 (4
th
period)
Instructor:
Dr. Ramakant Srivastava
Professor (Emeritus) of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Office:
NEB 533
Phone:
(352) 3924961
Fax:
(352) 3928381
email:
rsriv@ece.ufl.edu
Course Website
:
www.rsriv.ece.ufl.edu
will display syllabus, list of TAs with office
hours for each TA, assigned Homework and solutions to all assignments, quizzes and
tests. Additional relevant information and announcements may also be posted as
necessary.
Lecture Periods and Classroom
:
MWF 2
nd
and 4
th
periods. LARSEN 310
Office Hours:
MWF: 3
rd
period, MTW: 6
th
th
periods
Teaching Assistants
: Their names, allotted sections, and office hours will be posted on
the course website. You may see any TA for assistance during their office hours.
Textbook:
Electric Circuits by Nilsson and Riedel
Prentice Hall, 9
th
edition or any other edition
Required:
A calculator that can perform calculations with complex numbers in polar
as well as rectangular form.
Grading Policy
Theory:
The total theory grade will be calculated using one of the following two criteria
of your choice:
Criteria 1: For those who do not opt for Final Exam.
T
th
= 0.20 Q + 0.20 T
l
+ 0.30 (T
h1
+
T
h
2
).
Criteria 2:
For those who opt for Final Exam.
T
th
= 0.20 Q + 0.10 T
l
+ 0.20 (T
h1
+
T
h
2
) + 0.3 (FE),
Option to take the Final Exam or not will be given after the third test.
Q is the quiz grade, T
l
is the lowest test grade, T
h1
and T
h2
are the other two test grades,
and FE is the grade in the Final Exam. All the grades are normalized to 100.
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