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EE 80676  Section 01: Stoc Geometry Wireless Netwks (CRN 18441)
Long Title: Stochastic Geometry for Wireless Networks  

Course Description: This course gives an introduction to stochastic geometry and spatial statistics and discusses applications in wireless networking, such as interference characterization, connectivity, and coverage. In the first part, topics include the description of point processes and an introduction to commonly used models, Laplace and probabilitygenerating functionals, moment measures, theory of marked point processes, and Palm theory. The second part covers branching processes, bond and site percolation, random geometric graphs and continuum percolation, and connectivity and coverage problems. Associated Term: Fall Semester 2012 Campus: Main Credits: 3 Grade Mode: Standard Letter Course may not be repeated Comments: Basic knowledge of probability & stochastic processes,as acquired in courses as EE60573 or ACMS60850 Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Employee NonDegree (EM) , Graduate Architecture (GA) , Graduate NonDegree (GD) , Graduate (GR) Must be enrolled in one of the following Campuses: Main (M) Course Attributes: ZTST  Final exam
