EEL6503: Course Policies
It is assumed that students taking this course have some familiarity with digital communication theory and some previous exposure to concepts of probability and random process. If this is not the case, some extra effort will be required by the student to supplement the materials presented in class. Please check the references for helpful supplemental materials.
A tentative syllabus, which contains reading assignments and topics, is provided. The syllabus will be adapted according to the perceived needs of the students as the course progresses.
It is assumed that you will be present for every class period, but under any circumstances you are responsible for any information passed out in class. Office hours for contacting the course instructor and TA will be set up.
Honor Code: All students are expected to follow the honor code of the University of Florida. A formal academic dishonesty process will be carried out if palgiarism or cheating (in homework, exam, or project) is suspected. Once verified, students involved will automatically receive the failing grade. Further disciplinary actions may also result.
Collaboration on homework is permitted, provided
The mid-term test will be held near the end of October.
It will be a "take-home" test with MATLAB programming problems.
You are expected to work individually without any help from any other
person. No discussion is allowed.
A written request must be submitted within one week you receive your graded test for possible consideration of regrade. You should write down, in detail, the reasons for requesting regrade. The whole test will be regraded and hence your final score may be lower than your original one.
The course project can be either an individual or group project. In the latter case, the same restrictions on collaboration as for the homework apply. For more description about the course project, please see the project page.