|Dates:||Wednesdays, 14:00 to 16:00 in room 0.01.17 (Hochbrück Hörsaal 2, 8102.EG.117, ground floor) at Parkring 37 (entrance left of EDEKA) in Garching-Hochbrück. |
Start: 8th October 2014
|Instructor:||Prof. Dr. Noam Berger|
|Prerequisites:||MA1401 Introduction to Probability Theory|
Olle Häggström: Finite Markov chains and algorithmic applications, Cambridge University press, 2002.
J. R. Norris: Markov Chains, Cambridge University press, 1999.
Wolfgang Woess: Denumerable Markov chains, European Mathematical Society, 2009.
|Script:||Is available in TUMonline.|
|Assessment regime:|| |
There are no additional materials allowed at the exams.
Written exam: Wednesday, 4.2.2015, 15:00-16:00, MW 0001 Gustav-Niemann-Hörsaal (5510.EG.001)
The exam is graded and the results are published in TUMonline. The exam inspection will take place on Tuesday, 17.2.2015, 10:00-11:00, in seminar room 2.02.11, Parkring 11, Hochbrück.
Second Written exam: Wednesday, 1.4.2015, 13:00-14:00, Interims Hörsaal 1 (5620.01.101)
The second exam is graded and the results are published in TUMonline. The exam inspection will take place on Monday, 13.4.2015, 10:00-11:00, in seminar room BC1 2.02.01, Parkring 11, Hochbrück.
|Dates of classes:|| |
See rooms and dates.
|Organization of classes:||Felizitas Weidner|
|Bonus system:|| |
Your exercise sheets will be corrected and graded with points. Through continuous participation you can add a bonus point to your final grade: At the end of the course, if you obtain 50% (or more) of the total points allotted to all the exercises, your grade will go one level up (if you got a 1.7, this will turn to 1.3, if you got 2.0, it will turn to 1.7 and so on). Improving the grade 1.0 or a failed exam is not possible. This bonus counts only for the first exam on 04.02.2015.
If you have any questions concerning the exercise classes, please contact Felizitas Weidner.