## Content

All times are relative to Berkeley, CA (Pacific Time).

### Homeworks

Homeworks are due each Tuesday at 10:59 PM. Self-grades are due the coming Tuesday at 10:59 PM. You have a grace period of 1 hour for late submissions, which you should reserve for technical issues. After that, no late self-grades or homework submissions will be accepted.

Homework | Due Date | Self-Grade and Resubmission Due Date | Problems | Solutions |
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Homework 1 | 1/31 | 2/7 | hw01.pdf | hw01-sol.pdf |

Homework 2 | 2/7 | 2/14 | hw02.pdf | hw02-sol.pdf |

Homework 3 | 2/14 | 2/21 | hw03.pdf | hw03-sol.pdf |

Homework 4 | 2/21 | - | hw04.pdf | hw04-sol.pdf |

Homework 5 | 2/28 | 3/7 | hw05.pdf | hw05-sol.pdf |

Homework 6 | 3/7 | 3/14 | hw06.pdf | hw06-sol.pdf |

Homework 7 | 3/14 | 3/21 | hw07.pdf | hw07-sol.pdf |

Homework 8 | 3/21 | 3/28 | hw08.pdf | hw08-sol.pdf |

Homework 9 | 3/28 | - | hw09.pdf | hw09-sol.pdf |

Homework 10 | 4/11 | 4/18 | hw10.pdf | hw10-sol.pdf |

Homework 11 | 4/18 | 4/25 | hw11.pdf | hw11-sol.pdf |

Homework 12 | 4/25 | 5/2 | hw12.pdf | hw12-sol.pdf |

Homework 13 | 5/2 | 5/9 | hw13.pdf | hw13-sol.pdf |

### Labs

Labs are due each Friday at 10:59 PM. Self-grades are due the following Friday at 10:59 PM. You have a grace period of 1 hour for late submissions, which you should reserve for technical issues. After that, no late self-grades or lab submissions will be accepted.

Lab | Due Date | Problems | Solutions |
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Lab 0 | 1/27 | lab0.zip | lab0_sol.zip |

Lab 1 | 2/3 | lab1.zip | lab1_sol.zip |

Lab 2 | 2/10 | lab2.zip | lab2_sol.zip |

Lab 3 | 2/24 | lab3.zip | lab3_sol.zip |

Lab 4 | 3/3 | lab4.zip | lab4_sol.zip |

Lab 5 | 3/17 | lab5.zip | lab5_sol.zip |

Lab 6 | 4/14 | lab6.zip | lab6_sol.zip |

Lab 7 | 4/21 | lab7.zip | lab7_sol.zip |

Lab 8 | 5/5 | lab8.zip | lab8_sol.zip |

### Discussions

Discussions are held on Wednesdays and Fridays each week, covering roughly the material from lecture the week before. The date of the Wednesday is listed below. Attendance is optional, but there might be material covered exclusively in discussions and in scope of exams.

Discussion | Date | Problems | Solutions |
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Discussion 1 | 1/18 | dis01.pdf | dis01-sol.pdf |

Discussion 2 | 1/25 | dis02.pdf | dis02_sol.pdf |

Discussion 3 | 2/1 | dis03.pdf | dis03_sol.pdf |

Discussion 4 | 2/8 | dis04.pdf | dis04_sol.pdf |

Discussion 5 | 2/15 | dis05.pdf | dis05_sol.pdf |

Discussion 6 | 2/22 | dis06.pdf | dis06_sol.pdf |

Discussion 7 | 3/1 | dis07.pdf | dis07_sol.pdf |

Discussion 8 | 3/8 | dis08.pdf | dis08_sol.pdf |

Discussion 9 | 3/15 | dis09.pdf | dis09_sol.pdf |

Discussion 10 | 3/22 | dis10.pdf | dis10_sol.pdf |

Discussion 11 | 4/5 | dis11.pdf | dis11_sol.pdf |

Discussion 12 | 4/12 | dis12.pdf | dis12_sol.pdf |

Discussion 13 | 4/19 | dis13.pdf | dis13_sol.pdf |

Discussion 14 | 4/26 | dis14.pdf | dis14_sol.pdf |

### Notes

These notes serve as supplementary readings and do not necessarily align with lecture and textbook content. We may update notes closer to the content being presented in lecture.

- Random Variables
- Concentration Inequalities
- Convergence
- Information Theory
- Capacity of a BEC
- Discrete Time Markov Chains
- Reversibility
- Poisson Processes
- Continuous Time Markov Chains
- Random Graphs
- Hypothesis Testing
- Hilbert Space of RVs
- Jointly Gaussian RVs
- Kalman Filter (1)
- Kalman Filter (2)
- Hidden Markov Models