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'''IDS 130ab'''
 
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'''Information and complexity'''
 
* [http://www.dna.caltech.edu/courses/cs129/ CS/EE/Ma 129a] (Abu-Mostafa, Winfree)
 
* Information theory and coding
 
* Finite state automata, Turing machines, computability
 
* Data compression
 
* Note: EE 126 is an alternative to this course for people who have already seen automata, computability, etc
 
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* [http://www.dna.caltech.edu/courses/cs129/ CS/EE/Ma 129b] (Abu-Mostafa, Winfree)
 
* Channel coding, capacity and rate theorem
 
* Time complexity of algorithms; P vs NP
 
* Formal logic and provability
 
 
  
 
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'''IDS 140ab'''
 
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* [[http:www.work.caltech.edu/cs156/08/|CS/CNS/EE 156]] (Abu-Mostafa, Krause)
 
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Revision as of 15:04, 11 April 2014

Track Fall Winter Spring
Optimization and linear algebra

Linear Algebra & Applied Operator Theory

  • ACM 104/CDS 201 (Beck, Murray, Owhadi)
  • Vector spaces, including Banach and Hilbert spaces
  • Linear operators, dual spaces, decompositions

Introduction to Optimization

  • ACM 113 (Doyle, Owhadi, Tropp)
  • Convex analysis
  • Linear programming/duality
Stochastic systems

Introduction to Stochastic Processes and Modeling

  • ACM/EE 116 (Hassibi, Owhadi, Tropp)

Markov Chains, Discrete Stochastic Processes and Applications

  • ACM 216 (Owhadi, Tropp)
Robust Control

Modern Control Theory

  • CDS 212 (Doyle, Low, Murray)
  • Dynamics and stability in discrete and continuous time
  • Uncertainty and robustness
  • Fundamental limits: Bode, Shannon, Bode/Shannon

Algorithmic Game Theory

  • CS/Ec 241