TPC:MODELING/ANLYS-RANDOM PHEN

Section

Professor

Ed Coffman

Survey Results

8 of 8 students responded

Instructor: Organization and Preparation4.5
Instructor: Classroom Delivery4.5
Instructor: Approachability4.75
Instructor: Overall Quality4.63
Course: Amount Learned4.25
Course: Appropriateness of Workload4.38
Course: Fairness of Grading Process4.63
Course: Quality of Text4.38
Course: Overall Quality4.63

Course Information

Prerequisites: ELEN E6711: Stochastic Signals and Noise. Description: Introduction to recent research topics and mathematical techniques used in modeling, analysis and control of communication networks. The course will cover various problems related to providing Quality of Service in ATM-based, TCP/IP-based or wireless packet multimedia networks. Special emphasis will be given on nontraditional teletraffic models with subexponential/heavy-tailed characteristics. These models are used in modeling bursty traffic, such as variable bit rate video and Internet data/web applications.

Department: Electrical Engineering(ELEN)

Subject: Electrical Engineering(ELEN)

School: Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science

Division: School of Engineering and Applied Science: Graduate

Course ID: 6781