 CDA 6530: Performance Models of Computers and Networks

Fall 2015

For powerpoint slides of lectures, you can goto: http://www.cs.ucf.edu/~czou/CDA6530-15/ppt/   to download the corresponding ppt files. Some math notations may not be correctly displayed due to texPoint the instructor used to type those math notations.

The "written notes" are what the instructor writes on tablet PC whiteboard in each class.

1.  (08/24) Class overview, review of probability (intro, Probability, written notes)
2.  (08/26) Probability: continue (written notes)
3.  (08/31) Probability: continue; Review of random variables (random, written notes)
4.  (09/02) Random variable: continue (written notes); Homwork 1 is released and due Sept. 13th midnight
5.  (09/09) Random vairable (continue) (written notes)
6.  (09/14) Explanation of Homework 1 solution; Random variable examples (written notes)
7.  (09/16) Introduction of Matlab (matlab);
8.  (09/21) Generating random number and random variables (generate-rv, written notes, matlab code of loadedDice.m); programming assignment 1 is assigned and due Sept. 30th midnight
9.  (09/23) Continue examples of random variables (written notes)
10. (09/28)  Continue example of random variables; Matlab Simulink for numerical solutions of differential equations (written notes; simple worm model simulink example, RC circut example)
11. (09/30)  Stochastic process: Counting, Bernulli (stochastic, written notes); How to present simulation figures (pdf); Programming assignment 2 is assigned and due Oct. 11th midnight
12. (10/05)  Stochastic process: continue (written notes)
13. (10/07)  Stochastic process: continue
14. (10/12)  Discrete-time simulation (discreteTime-simulation); programming project 3 is assgined and due Oct. 25th midnight
15. (10/19)  Explain solution to programming assignment 1; Q&A for programming project 3 (project3QA) (written notes)
16. (10/21)  Stochastic process: continue; Hidden-Markov model (HMM-intro, writte notes)
17. (10/26)  Hidden-Markov model: continue; Discrete-Event Simulation (DiscreteEventSimulation, Matlab code, writte notes)
18. (10/28)  Discrete-Event simulation: continue; DES example (DiscreteEventSimulation-example,written notes)
19. (11/02)  Discrete-Event simulation example: continue (Matlab code1, Matlab code 2, written notes)
20. (11/04)  Explaining of programming project 4, which is due Nov. 15th midnight via WebCourse;  Basic queuing theory: M/M/1 queue (queue-1, written notes
21. (11/09)  Basic queuing theory: continue (written notes)
22. (11/16)  Basic queuing theory: M/M/*/* queuing (written notes)
23. (11/18)  Queuing theory examples (queue-examples) (written notes)
24. (11/23)  Explanation of solution to programming assignment 4; Basic queuing network (queue-network) (written notes)
25. (11/25)  Statistical analysis of simulated data (confidence-interval, matlab code) (written notes); Programming assignment 5 is released and due Dec. 10th midnight
26. (11/30)  Take-home mid-term exam
27. (12/02)  Transform theory (transform); Explain solution to mid-term exam; explain project 5
28. (12/07)  No class (have a great winter break!)