Courses / DescriptionsEECS 302: Probabilistic Systems and Random Signals
Quarter OfferedFall : 9-9:50 MTuWF ; Wei
Spring : 10-10:50 MTuWF ; Guo
This course builds a rigorous foundation of probability. Topics covered include: basic concepts of probability theory and statistics, counting, axioms of probability, independence, Bayes rule, continuous and discrete random variables, moments, multiple random variables, conditional distributions, correlation and applications to engineering systems.
This class is an introductory class on probability. Students with some background in probability and may want to consider EECS 395: Probability in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science instead.
- Undergraduate section of 'EECS 395: Probabilistic Systems and Random Signals'
REFERENCE TEXTS: Sheldon Ross, A first course in probability (Pearson, ISBN-10: 9332519072)
COURSE COORDINATOR: Prof. Ermin Wei
COURSE GOALS: To teach students the basic concepts of probability theory and statistics, random variables, conditional distributions, and correlation as they arise in engineering signal and systems models.
PREREQUISITE: Mathematics 234
COMPUTER USAGE: Matlab Assignments
LABORATORY PROJECTS: None
COURSE OBJECTIVES: When a student completes this course, s/he should be able to:
• Understand the basic concepts of probability and how they arise in engineering systems.
• Analyze systems involving uncertainties using random variable models.
• Understand the concepts of distributions, correlation, and other averaging properties.
• Design simple reliable engineering systems in the presence of errors and failures.
• Understand the basic elements of statistics and analysis of data.
ABET CONTENT CATEGORY: 50% Math and Basic Science, 50% Engineering.