ECE 313
PROBABILITY WITH
ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS
SPRING 2008
ECE 313 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 313 is semirequired in the (old) BSEE
and BSCompE curricula  all students must complete one
of the three courses
ECE 313 (3
hours), IE 300 (3 hours), and Stat 400 (4 hours).
Students entering in Fall 2006 and thereafter must complete one of the two courses
ECE 313 and
Stat 410.
Credit : 3 hours
Prerequisite : ECE 210
PLEASE NOTE: CLASS IS
CANCELED ON FRIDAY, APRIL 4 TO COMPENSATE FOR HOUR EXAM II
Section

Meeting time and place

Instructor

C

10 MWF
106B6 Engineering Hall

Professor Dilip
Sarwate
email: sarwate AT You Eye You See.edu
Office Hours: Tuesdays 35 pm in 114 CSL
At other times by appointment

D

11 MWF
260 Mechanical Engineering Building

Professor Todd
Coleman
email: colemant AT You Eye You See.edu
Office Hours: Tuesdays 13 pm in 118 CSL
At other times by appointment

Teaching Assistant :
Avon Fernandes (alfernan AT You Eye You See DOT edu)
TA Office Hours :
Mondays 3:00 p.m.  5:00 p.m. Room 330L Everitt
Lab
Tuesdays 2:00 p.m.  3:00 p.m. Room 330L Everitt Lab
Text : S. Ross, A First Course in
Probability, 7th edition, PrenticeHall 2006.
Optional Reading:
·
D. V. Sarwate, Probability
with Enginering Aplications, Powerpoint Slides for
ECE 313, Fall 2000
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