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ECEn 370, Probability Theory, Winter 2012

The successful engineer must deal with systems with uncertain properties, whether this task includes component selection and design, reliability, digital signal processing, weather, or stock market predictions. This course will give you basic tools to both understand and quantitatively tackle these real-world situations as well as prepare you for more advanced courses in this subject. The mathematics involved in this course are not particularly complex, but the understanding behind it will require time and thought to build the intuition necessary to be successful in this course.

The link to the course in Winter, 2009 is found here.
The link to the course in Winter, 2010 is found here.
The link to the course in Winter, 2011 is found here.

Class

Meeting Times: MWF 2-2:50 PM, 381 CB

Instructor Contact

Dr. Brian Mazzeo
Phone: 801-422-1240
E-mail: bmazzeo@ee.byu.edu
Office: 448 CB
Office Hours: M 3-4, W 3-4, F 3-4, other times by appointment and stopping by!

Teaching Assistants

TA: Alok Desai
E-mail: alokdes1986@gmail.com
Office location: CAEDM Laboratory, 4th floor CB
Office hours: T 2-4, W 4-6, Th 3-10, F 11-2

TA: YaeJi Lim
E-mail: yaeji27@gmail.com
Office location: CAEDM Laboratory, 4th floor CB
Office hours: T 12-2, Th 9:30-3, Th 6-8:30

Materials

Required Texts:
Introduction to Probability 2nd Ed.
By Dmitri P. Bertsekas and John N. Tsitsiklis
ISBN: 978-1-886529-23-6
Athena Scientific, 2008

Schaum's Outline of Probability, Random Variables, and Random Processes (2nd edition)
By Hwei Hsu
ISBN: 0071632891
McGraw-Hill

Syllabus

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