EE 454 Fuzzy System Theory & Applications
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Prerequisites:
Senior Standing.
A study of the fundamental concepts of fuzzy set theory and its engineering applications. Topics include fuzzy sets and relations, operations on fuzzy sets, fuzzy rules and inference systems, defuzzification methods, selected applications in the area of controls, image processing, etc.  3  0  0   
EE 466 Electromagnetics II
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Prerequisites:
EE 366
Maxwell's equations constitutive relations, boundary condition. Poynting theorem. Plane waves, wave polarization, phase and group velocities. Reflection, refraction and attenuation of plane waves in various media. Transmission lines, waveguides and resonators. Antennas and radiation. Wave propagation and radar equation.  3  0  0   
EE 470 Control Systems II
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Prerequisites:
E 322
Advanced study of root locus analysis. Frequency response analysis. Design and compensation techniques. Describingfunction analysis of nonlinear control systems. Control system analysis and design using statespace methods.  3  0  0   
EE 474 Communication Theory II
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Prerequisites:
EE 374
Digital communication, probability and random variables, mathematical representation of noise, effect of noise upon system performance, pulse amplitude modulation, multiple pulse detection of signals, detection of signals in colored Gaussian noise, estimation of signal parameters.  3  0  0   
EE 554 Fuzzy System Theory & Applications
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A study of the fundamental concepts of fuzzy set theory and its engineering applications. Topics include fuzzy sets and relations, operations on fuzzy sets, fuzzy rules and inference systems, defuzzification methods, selected applications in the area of controls, image processing, etc.  3  0  0   
EE 558 Advanced Electronics
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Prerequisites:
EE 358
The special topics on 1) Design and Applications with operational amplifiers: linear and nonlinear opamp circuits, active filters, DA/AD converters, signal generators and switching capacitors, 2) power electronics: ac switching controllers, inverteres, choppers, ac/dc motor speed control circuits.  3  0  0   
EE 560 ComputerAided Design of Integrated Circuits
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Prerequisites:
Senior standing.
Introduction to the basic electrical properties and the technology of fabrication of MOS devices. Automatic layout generation, routing and design simulation with CAD tools using digital logic circuit examples. Case study.  3  0  0   
EE 562 Random Variables and Random Processes
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Probability, random variables, distribution and density functions, functions of random variables, joint distributions and density functions. Random processes, autocorrelation and crosscorrelation, linear system response.  3  0  0   
EE 564 VHDL (Hardware Description Languages)
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Design methodology using hardware programming languages specifically VHDL. Design simulation and synthesis of digital circuits with a focus on FPGA ASIC implementation.  3  0  0   
EE 568 Computer Networks
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Introduction to computer networks including LAN, MAN, WAN, CAN, OSI and TCP/IP layering protocols. TCP/IP internetworking and their applications are covered. Simulation tools such as COMNET III are used to evaluate different network designs, architectures, and topologies.  3  0  0   
EE 569 Networking Laboratory
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The networking laboratory (NL)will provide students with handson design, setup, configure, and manage network devices and their applications. In addition, the NL will provide researchers and educators with a controlled environment to validate and evaluate their research, education, and training programs. This lab will educate undergraduate and graduate students about the fundamental design, analysis, operation, control and management of networked systems. The NL will enable students to better understand and get handson experiences.  0  0  0   
EE 574 Pattern Recognition
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Prerequisites:
Linear algebra, Probability and Statistics.
Representation of patterns as multidimensional feature vectors. Bayesian decision theory. Parameter estimation and supervised learning. Feature selection. Nonparametric techniques. Linear discriminant functions. Unsupervised learning and clustering.  3  0  0   
EE 576 Direct Digital Control
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Basic theory of sampling and quantizing, ztransform analysis. System error analysis, modeling and optimal design of discrete data systems by performing indices. Stability of discrete data systems and design compensation.  3  0  0   
EE 579 Embedded Systems Lab
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Students will perform advanced interfacing and development in the lab. They are taught a system design methodology based on topdown principles. A semester design/construction project provides the students with an excellent opportunity to develop strengths in embedded system design, construction, testing, and development.  1  0  0   
EE 580 Computer Architecture
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Prerequisites:
Senior standing.
The design of computational systems and circuits. Investigation of alternative structures for computers.  3  0  0   
EE 584 Electromagnetic Compatibility
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Prerequisites:
EE 486
EMC requirements for electronic system. Signal spectra. Radiated emissions and susceptibility. Conducted emissions and susceptibility. Cross talk. Shielding. Electrostatic discharge. Noise in electronic devices. System design for EMC.  3  0  0   
EE 588 Digital Signal Processing I
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Prerequisites:
EE 374
Introduction to discretetime signals and systems. Sampling and reconstruction. Frequency domain analysis of signals and systems, Ztransforms. Introduction to digital filters. Experiments in processing realworld signals.  3  0  0   
EE 590 Digital Signal Processing II
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Prerequisites:
EE 588
Multidimensional signal processing. Signal estimation, noise reduction, image restoration and enhancement and pattern recognition. DSP chip architecture, algorithms and programming. IIR and FIR filter design. Deconvolution.  3  0  0   
EE 592 Image Processing
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Basic concepts and techniques of digital image processing. Sampling and quantization. Image transforms; image enhancement, restoration and coding. Design, implementation and testing of algorithms and concepts through class projects.  3  0  0   
EE 594 Advanced Topics in Electrical Engineering
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The special topics such as Parallel Processing, Distributed Processing, Neural Networks, etc. will be offered under this course number.  3  0  0   

