Homework Set 1, S464, S864, January 9, 2014
David J. Thomson
Due Jan. 20, 2014
GENERAL NOTE: Answer problems as if they were part of an engineering
memo or scientic paper. Proper grammar, sentence structure, etc. count.
Practice for next year! (If you are
Homework 3, S464 S864, March, 2014
David J. Thomson, March 13, 2014
Due Thursday, March 20, 2014.
Rules: Do the analytical problems, 1 & 2, individually. For Problem 3 you may
work in teams of 2 or 3 and everyone in the team should be able to explain what
Homework 2, S464 S864, Feb. 12, 2014
David J. Thomson
Due Thursday, Feb 27, 2014
Do all three the problems individually.
Follow the Queens guidelines for academic integrity.
1. You have a time series with measurements taken at a uniform rate of 1
sample e
Midterm, S464 S864, March 31, 2014
David J. Thomson
Due April 1, 2014 (just fooling!) April 15, 2014
Instructions
Follow the Queens guidelines for academic integrity.
Do problems individually, no teams on the nal (they were to help people learn to program
Chapter 5 Supplementary Questions
S5.1 Suppose that three random variables X1 , X2 , and X3 form a random sample from a distribution for which the mean is 5. Determine the value of
E(2X1 3X2 + X3 4).
S5.2 Suppose that three random variables X1 , X2 , and
Midterm, S464 S864, Feb. 27, 2014
David J. Thomson
Due Thursday March 13, 2014
Instructions
Follow the Queens guidelines for academic integrity.
These problems involve programming. You can do these individually or in teams of 2 or 3. If you work as a
team