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ECEn 670, Stochastic Processes, Fall 2011

This course will give you the mathematical tools to model and analyze random phenomena that evolve in time. It is central to the analysis of communications, biological interactions, and even financial markets. Through this course, you will learn the mathematical tools to quantitatively handle a variety of cases in both discrete and continuous time. The principles taught in this course will strengthen your basic understanding of probability theory.

Class

Meeting Times: TTh 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM, 490 CB

Instructor Contact

Dr. Brian Mazzeo
Phone: 801-422-1240
E-mail: bmazzeo@ee.byu.edu
Office: 448 CB
Office Hours: T 9:30-11 AM; W 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM; other times by appointment

Materials

Required Text:
An Introduction to Statistical Signal Processing
By Gray and Davisson
ISBN: 0521838606
Cambridge University Press
An electronic copy of the text can be found here.

Optional Text:
Schaum's Outline of Probability, Random Variables, and Random Processes (2nd edition)
By Hwei Hsu
ISBN: 9780071632898
McGraw-Hill

Syllabus

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