EEL5544
Noise in Linear Systems
(Engineering Introduction to Probability and Random Processes)
Fall 2005
MWF 9:35am  10:25am
EB 201
http://wireless.ece.ufl.edu/~twong/eel5544
Instructor

Tan F. Wong
 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
 University of Florida
 461 Engineering Building
 PO Box 116130
 Gainesville, FL 326116130

 Office: EB461
 Phone: (352) 3922665
 Fax: (352) 3920044
 Email: twong@ece.ufl.edu
Teaching Assistant
 Xumin Zhu
 Office: EB222
 Email: zhuxm@ufl.edu
Prerequisites

EEL 3112
(Circuits 2: Fourier analysis)
 EEL 3135
(Signals and Systems)
 MATLAB Programming
Course Topics
 Axioms of probability
 Random variables and functions of random variables
 Expectations and moments
 Random vectors
 Random sequences and covergences
 Random processes
Course Goals
Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to
 understand some basic concepts about probability and random processes
 employ basic probabilistic analysis techniques to solve simple
engineering problems
 program MATLAB to simulate and experiment different techniques
covered in class
Textbook and Software
 H. Stark and J. W. Wood, Probability and Random Processes
with Applications to Signal Processing, 3rd ed., Prestice
Hall, 2002. (ISBN 0130200719)

MATLAB Student Version, MathWorks, Inc.
EEL5544 Homepage
Last modified: 8/23/05