ISM207: Random Process Models in Engineering

Please note that after Summer 2011, the Information Systems Management department was renamed Technology & Information Management.  For classes after Summer 2011, please see the TIM schedule page.

A first graduate course in stochastic process modeling and analysis with an emphasis on applications in technology management, information systems design, and engineering. Enrollment restricted to graduate students. Prerequisite: Computer Engineering 107 or other undergraduate probability course recommended. J. Musacchio

5 Credits

YearFallWinterSpringSummer
2010-11
  • Section 01
    John T Musacchio (musacchi)
    Telecast to SVC
  • Section 50
    John T Musacchio (musacchi)
    SVC Telecast
2009-10
  • Section 01
    John T Musacchio (musacchi)
    Telecast to SVC
  • Section 50
    John T Musacchio (musacchi)
    SVC Telecast
2008-09
2007-08
2006-07
2005-06

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