Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

ECE 413


FALL 2004

ECE 413 is an undergraduate course on probability theory and statistics with applications to engineering problems primarily chosen from the areas of communications, control, signal processing, and computer engineering.

ECE 413 is semi-required in the BSEE and BSCompE curricula --- all students must complete one of the three courses

ECE 413 (3 hours), IE 300 (3 hours), and Stat 410 (4 hours).

Credit : 3 hours or 3/4 unit.
Graduate students in the ECE Department cannot receive unit credit for ECE 413.

Prerequisite : ECE 310

Meeting times : Section C: 10-11 MWF in 106B3 Engineering Hall, Section D: 11-12 MWF in 106B6 Engineering Hall

Instructors : Tamer Basar, Ralf Koetter

Office : 356 CSL (Phone: 333-3607) Email :

Office : 126 CSL (Phone: 244-4471) Email :

TAs : Orhan C. Imer, Irem F. Koprulu Emails : ,

Office Hours : Tuesdays 3-5, Fridays 4-6 (330N Everitt)

Text : S. Ross, A First Course in Probability, Prentice Hall, 2002.

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