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UT Dallas syllabus for cs3341.501.09s Probability and Statistics in Computer Science and Software Engineering taught by Michael Baron

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s in Computer S
ien
e

Spring 2009

Time: MW 530 pm { 645 pm

Room: ECSS 2.305

OÆ e: ECSN 3.912

Phone: (972) UTD-6874

E-mail: mbaronutdallas.edu

OÆ e hours: Monday, Wednesday 12:00 noon { 1:00 pm

This site will ontain homework assignments, some le ture notes, solutions to quizzes and

exams (after you submit them!), hints and answers to homework problems, and other

info.

Also, see http://web t.utdallas.edu/ to he k your performan e and join dis ussion,

mail, or hat with your lassmates. Use your Unix password to log in.

Textbook : Probability and Statisti s with Reliability, Queuing, and Computer S ien e Appli ations,

by K. Trivedi, John Wiley and Sons, New York, se ond edition

Grading: Best 10 of 11 ten-minute quizzes = 30%

A 1 41 -hour Midterm exam = 30%

A 2-hour Final exam = 40%

97 100 % = A+ 93 31 97 % = A 90 93 13 % = A

86 2

3

90 % = B+ 83 13 86 32 % = B 80 83 13 % = B

76 32 80 % = C+ 73 13 76 32 % = C 70 73 13 % = C

66 32 70 % = D+ 60 66 23 % = D 55 60 % = D

In
omplete grade is possible only in the
ase of a do
umented serious medi
al emergen
y

near the end of semester, with 70% of work
ompleted at an on-going passing grade.

Rules : All quizzes and exams are open-book and open-notes.

Your solutions, not your answers, are graded. Show your work. No work - no
redit.

No late exams or quizzes. However, it may be possible to take an exam/quiz early.

Homework will be assigned but will not be
olle
ted or graded.

Tips : A steady eort to work out all the assigned problems is highly re
ommended.

Use your absolute right to ask questions in
lass and during oÆ
e hours. For example,

any homework problem
an be dis
ussed.

For ea
h exam/quiz, review all the new
on
epts, methods, formulae, et
. Try to under-

stand the methods rather than to memorize them.

For eÆ
ient use of the exam time, prepare a brief summary of important formulae and

methods you may need for the exam. Arrange it on a single sheet of paper in the most

onvenient way.

Be sure to have the required
al
ulus skills for ea
h exam and quiz.

SCHEDULE

This s
hedule may
hange slightly during the semester. However, the quiz/exam dates are rm.

DATE TOPICS CHAPTERS

Jan 12 - 26 Introdu
tion. Events and out
omes. Probability rules. 1

Jan 19 No
lass - Martin Luther King Day

Jan 26 - 28 Conditional probability. Independen
e. Examples. 1

Bayes' Rule.

Feb 2 - 4 Random variables and their distributions. 2.1-2.4

Dis
rete random variables and random ve
tors. 2.8-2.9

Feb 9 - 11 Dis
rete distributions: Bernoulli, Binomial, Geometri
, 2.5

Negative Binomial, Poisson.

Feb 16 - 23 Continuous distributions and probability densities: 3

Uniform, Exponential, Gamma, Normal.

Feb 23 - 25 Expe
tation and moments. Central Limit Theorem. 4

Mar
h 4 Simulation of dis
rete and
ontinuous random variables. Le
ture

Mar h 9 Review

Mar h 16-21 S P R I N G B R E A K

Mar 23 Sto hasti pro esses. Main on epts and lassi ation. 6.1-6.2

Mar 25 - 30 Bernoulli pro ess. Poisson pro ess. 6.3-6.4

Apr 1 - 8 Markov hains and simple queuing systems. 7, 9

Apr 8 - 15 Single-server queues, performan e evaluation. 9, notes

Apr 20 - 27 Statisti al inferen e. Parameters and statisti s. 10

Parameter estimation and hypothesis testing.

April 29 Linear regression. Method of least squares (if time permits). 11

May 4 Review.

May 13 FINAL EXAM, 5:00 - 7:00 pm 6-11 (1-11)

Jan 28 1.1-1.7 Feb 18 2.5 Apr 8 7.1-7.2

pp.26-27 Feb 25 3 Apr 15 7.7, notes

Feb 4 1.8-1.11 Mar 4 4 Apr 22 9.1, notes

Feb 11 2.1-2.4, 2.8-2.9 Apr 1 6.1-6.4 Apr 29 10.1-10.2

Con epts and skills When needed Examples

Fa torial(*) se t. 1.8, 2.5 ompute 5!,P simplify and ompute 35!=33!

Sigma-notation se t. 1.7 ompute Pk=1 k2

10

j =3 3(0 :2) ,

d (1 e 3x ); d R x et2 =2dt

j =3

Derivatives and integrals Ch. 3,4 dx R dx 0

Integration of polynomial Ch. 3,4 nd 0b (x2 + 2x )dx; ompute the area under

and exponential fun tions the

R 1 e5graph Rof x2 between x = 1 and x = 2

x 2 5x3

Integration by substitution Ch. 3,4 R0 dx, x e dx

Integration by parts Ch. 3,4 x

R

2

x e dx

related integrals(*) simplify (n + k)= (n) for k; n > 0

Inverse fun tions 3.5, Monte Carlo If f (x) =02px , nd f 1 (y1) 0 1

0 :75 :25 :7 :2 :1

:8 :2 0 :1 :3 :6

ompute A + B , A B , AB , A3 .

Limit se
t. 3.1, 4.7
ompute limx!1 sin(xx) , limx!0 sin(xx)

(*) This material will be presented and dis
ussed in
lass.

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