**Introduction to
Frequency Domain Analysis of Linear and Time-Invariant Systems:**

At PSU, the course is
EE 350 (or EE 353 for non-EE majors) and the reference is B.P. Lathi’s book,
“Signal Processing & Linear Systems.”

A very useful
resource with lots of solved problems and exams is
http://courses.ee.psu.edu/schiano/EE350

My slide-deck for
this course is here: slidedeck** **

My slide-deck for the
discrete-time material is here: slidedeck** **

**Introduction to Probability:**

Some good references
include:

•
H. Stark and J.W. Woods. Probability, Statistics and
Random Processes for Engineers. Prentice-Hall.

•
Sheldon Ross. A First Course in Probability. Pearson.

•
Santosh S. Venkatesh.The Theory of Probability: Explorations and Applications. Cambridge.

• Y.A.
Rozanov. A concise course in probability. Dover publishers.

My slide-deck for
this course is here: slidedeck

A tricky proof for the problem of
best-of games is here: best-of-games

**Introduction to Probability
Theory:**

**Introduction to Discrete
Mathematics:**

At PSU, the course is
CMPSC 360 and the reference I’ve used in the past is the book by S. Epp.

My slide-deck for
this course, largely cobbled together from those of others, is here: slidedeck

My slide-deck for an
introduction to graph theory is here: slidedeck

**Introduction to Performance
Evaluation:**

My slide-deck for
this course is here: slidedeck

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