Curtis Speed, Jiao Wu, Jenna Neish
Math 466
Professor Haskell
Homework #2
Problem 1
(a) Based on the model being presented, we can assume that susceptible people can become
infected, and can then recover, but cannot become susceptible again. We can use th
Midterm Project
Math 466, Fall 2013
Groups
You should do this project in the following groups.
Group 1: Jesus, Jianmeng, Yanet, Yupei
Group 2: John, Becky, Jiao, Flora
Group 3: Andrew, Nate, Jon, Jenna
Group 4: Curtis, Beixi, Kyle, Kate
Group 5: Dill
October 16th 6pm-7:30pm Group meeting. We started with introduction to each role and what we
are responsible for. And we discussed which problem we will work on. We chose the traffic sign
model. And we basically started to throw out the assumptions.
Octob
Math 466
Homework 4
Prof. Haskell
Jiao Wu
Pure and Slotted Aloha protocol problem
a) Pure Aloha protocol:
Assumptions, parameters and Analysis:
Whenever station has data, it transmits immediately
Whenever a collision occurs, it is treated as transmission
Jiao Wu
Group mates: Curtis Speed, Jenna Neish
Math 466
Professor Haskell
Homework #2
Individual Report
First of all, Im glad that we worked together well. The assignment is harder than we thought,
and it took us pretty long time to finish. For myself, I