Information for EECS 501

Fall 1995, Prof. Jeff Fessler

501 scores - include final homework %
Percentage is calculated by first dropping lowest homework score (lowest in %), then taking ratio:
(sum of quiz + homework earned) / (sum of quiz + homework possible) * 15
Final exam.
Solutions to final.
501 histogram for final exam

The sections of Stark and Woods you will be responsible for are:
Ch. 1 all
Ch. 2 except p. 79: Poisson Transform
Ch. 3 all
Ch. 4 except p. 210: joint characteristic functions
Ch. 5 except 5.4 (simultaneous diagonalization) and 5.6 (characteristic functions of random vectors)
Ch. 6 except 6.2 (confidence intervals) and 6.8 (decision theory) (nor the proofs of the minimum variance property in 6.6)
Ch. 7 except L{} operator notation, Z-transform, Martingales
Ch. 8 except L{} operator notation, p. 398: Markov-p, Chapman-Kolmogorov, p 408: periodic and cyclostationary
Sections 10.1-10.4
I announced in class that the Poisson process and ergodicity will not be on final. If Fourier transforms or convolutions are needed, they will be simple ones (such as Delta functions and rectangular functions). I also announced that there will be questions relating to the major topics we have covered since midterm: estimation, random sequences, continuous-time random processes. There will also be a little bit on power spectral density and convergence of random sequences. The final is cumulative, so other topics may be tested as well.
TA office hours, held in Room 3312 EECS:
Ilan Sharfer: 2-4 PM Wed., 10:30-12:30 Thurs.
Nah Oak Song: 10:30-12:30 Tues., 12:30-2:30 Thurs.