• Spring 2024 (2024년 1학기)

Advanced Topics in Communications IV (통신 시스템 특론 IV) - 대학원

Overview :: 교과목 개요

Course Random Processes 교과목 랜덤프로세스
Department Electronic and Electrical Engineering 전공 전자전기공학전공
Course Number - Class 35477-01 학수번호-분반 35477-01
Hours/Credits 3 hours (M 09:30-10:45, Th 11:00-12:15)/3.0 credits 시간/학점 3시간 (월 09:30-10:45, 목 11:00-12:15)/3학점
Lecture Room Engineering A Building B101 강의실 공대 강당 (아산공학관 B101)
Lecturer Prof. Hyunggon Park 강의자 박형곤 교수
Teaching Assistant Dayoung Choi 조교 최다영 대학원생
Office  Engineering A Building Rm427 연구실 아산공학관 427
Tel.  3277-3896 전화 3277-3896
Email hyunggon dot park at ewha.ac.kr 이메일 hyunggon dot park at ewha.ac.kr

Course Description and Objectives :: 교과 기술 및 목표

This course covers advanced knowledge in communications and networks. We also cover applications in communication and networking using machine learning and artificial intelligence techniques. 

Texts and References :: 교재 및 참고문헌

Relevant research papers and books. Some of them are 

- Fun and Games: A Text on Game Theory by Ken Binmore and Kenneth Binmore, D. C. Heath, 1992.

- A Course in Game Theory by Martin J. Osborne and Ariel Rubinstein, The MIT Press, 1994.

- Game Theory by Drew Fudenberg and Jean Tirole, The MIT Press, 1991.

- Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning by Christopher M. Bishop, Springer, 2006

Course Format :: 강의 방식


Course Requirements and Assignments :: 수업 과제물

With a brief lecture, presentations of recent papers and the corresponding discussion.

Evaluation and Grades :: 평가기준 및 성적

   - Presentation (90%)

   - Attendence (10%)

Notices :: 주의 및 참고 사항

According to the University regulation section #57, students with disabilities can request special accommodations related to attendance, lectures, assignments, or tests by contacting the course professor at the beginning of the semester. Based on the nature of the students’ request, students can receive support for such accommodations from the course professor or the Support Center for Students with Disabilities (SCSD). Please refer to the below examples of the types of support available in the lectures, assignments, and evaluations.