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This page focuses on the course 15.070J Advanced Stochastic Processes as it was taught by Professor David Gamarnik in Fall 2013.
15.070J is an advanced graduate level lecture-based course devoted to the theory of random processes.
Any one of the following courses:
Every fall semester
This course is primarily taken by graduate students.
A majority (2/3-3/4) of students are coming from an engineering angle (especially electrical engineering and computer science) and operations research, with the remaining from business, economics and mathematics backgrounds.
During an average week, students were expected to spend 12 hours on the course, roughly divided as follows: