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OURSE NAME
IN ENGLISH

Bio infomatics

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OURSE NAME
IN CHINESE

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INSTRUCTOR

Yuan, Bo

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Introducing concepts, models, frameworks, algorithms, and methods for development of
biologically
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inspired computations. Ex
ample topics include artificial neural networks, genetic
algorithms, complex system, its structure and evolution, group intelligence, cognitive computing,
statistical inferences, artificial life, and hybridization of the above techniques. This domain is
ca
lled Computational Biology or Bioinformatics, and it is a numerical interpretation of biological
intelligence.

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IN ENGLISH

Applied Algebra

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Liu, Shenli

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Applied algebra” is a succeeding course of “Abstract Algebra”, which was taught by Prof.
Zheng dong in the fall semester. In preceding course of “Abstract Algebra”, the theory of gr
oup,
ring and finite field is introduced. “Applied algebra” focuses on a special algebraic structure,
namely “Finite field” and its applications to cryptography and error
-
correction codes.

The content of the course includes

1.

Introduction of Finite fie
ld

2.

Euclidean Domain and the Unique Factorization Theorem for Euclidean Domain

3.

Building Finite Fields from Euclidean Domain

4.

Properties of Finite Fields

5.

Factoring Polynomials over Finite Fields

6.

The concept of Linear Feedback Shift Register (LF
SR) and applications to LFSR

7.

The application to cryptography

8.

The application to error
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correction codes

This course is a fundamental course in the subject of cryptography and information security. With
this course, the students will learn the mathema
tical background of cryptography and coding
theory.

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Abstract algebra, Cryptography
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theory and practice

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[1]

R. J. McEliece, “Finite Fields for Computer Scientists and Engineers”, Kluwer international
series in engineering and comp
uter science. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1988.

Copies of the material will be supplied

[2]

Gong Guang, “Sequence analysis”, http://www.comsec.uwaterloo.ca/
ggong/CO739x/course.html

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OURSE NAME
IN ENGLISH

Computer Graphics

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OURSE NAME
IN CHINESE

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Ma
,

Lizhuang

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Computer graphics started with the display of data on hardcopy plotters and cathode ray tube
screens soon after the introduction of computers themselves. It has grown to include the cr
eation,
storage, and manipulation of models and images of objects. These models come from a diverse
and expanding set of fields, and include physical, mathematical, engineering, architectural, and
even conceptual structures, natural phenomena, and so on. C
omputer graphics today is largely
interactive: The user controls the contents, structure, and appearance of objects and of their
displayed images by using input devices, such as a keyboard, mouse or touch
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sensitive panel on
the screen. Because of the close

relationship between the input devices and the display, the
handling of such devices is included in the study of computer graphics. In this course, we will
introduce the basic raster graphics algorithms for drawing 3d primitives, geometric
transformations

in 2D and 3D space, viewing in 3D, representing curves and surfaces, visual
reality and computer animation. This course provides the basis for graphics algorithm design,
CAD software development and game development. In the experimental class, students wi
ll learn
and practice the basic algorithms and software systems in the field of Computer Graphics.

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COURSE NAME IN
ENGLISH

Network Performance Analysis

F033516

COURSE NAME IN
CHINESE

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RUCTOR

Prof Fabrice Valois (Invited Professor from INSA Lyon)

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OBJECTIVES

In this course, we review fundamental theory of stochastic processes in order to be able to model
and to compute performance criterion of distributed systems,
networks and networking protocols.
The courses will be focused successively on:

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Probabilities background

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Event
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driven simulation

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Discrete time Markov chains and Continuous Time Markov Chains

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Limitations of Markov chains: space state & complexity, a
ggregation application

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Queuing theory

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Stochastic Algebra

The course will merge theory, practical analysis and systems studies like CSMA/CA, call admission
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state routing, etc.

PREREQUISITES

Stochastic processes, probability the
ory

TEXTBOOKS

Markov Chains
, J.R. Norris, Cambridge University Press

The Art of Computer Systems Performance Analysis Techniques for Experimental Design,
Measurement, Simulation, and Modeling
, R. Jain, John Wiley & Sons Inc

A Compositional Approach to Per
formance Modelling
, J. Hillston, Cambridge University Press

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OURSE NAME
IN ENGLISH

Computer vision

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Computer vision aims to recover useful infor
mation about a 3D scene from its 2D
projections (images), such as the depth and structure, motion, surfaces curvature and orientation
of 3D objects and status and meaning of the actions of 3D scene. In this course, basic concept,
theories and algorithms of

computer vision are introduced. First, basic operations of image will be
reviewed, then relative theories and algorithms of regions, edge detection, stereo vision, 3D
motion analysis, contour, texture, shading, optical flow, camera calibration, curves and

surfaces
of reconstructed 3D objects, dynamic vision systems will be discussed in details.

( I n t r o d u c t i o n )

1. C o n c e p t o f c o mp u t e r v i s i o n

2. R e l a t e d f i e l d s

3. P e r s p e c t i v e P r o j e c t i o n

4. D i g i t a l I ma g e

( I ma g e F i l t e r i n g )

1. L i n e a r s y s t e m

2.

Mean Filter

3. Gaussian Filter

4. Discrete Guassian Filter

5. Median Filter (nonlinear)

6. Other nonlinear filters

7. Morphological Filters

8. Histogram Modification

( B i n a r y I ma g e P r o c e s s i n g )

1. N e i g h b o r s/p a t h/c o n n e c t i v i t y

2. G e o me t r i c a t t
r i b u t e s o f a b i n a r y i ma g e/c o mp o n e n t

3. B i n a r y P r o c e s s i n g

( R e g i o n )

1. R e g i o n R e p r e s e n t a t i o n

2. R e g i o n S e g me n t a t i o n

( E d g e De t e c t i o n )

1. Edge detection

3. LapLacian Operator

4. LapLacian of Gaussian

5. Can
ny Edge Detector

6. Corner Detection

7. Line Detection

( S t e r e o )

1. D e p t h a n d s t e r e o

2. T y p i c a l s t e r e o i ma g i n g s y s t e m

3. S t e r e o ma t c h i n g

4. S t e r e o o f a r b i t r a r y c a me r a a r r a n g e me n t

5. S t r u c t u r e d L i g h t i n g

( Mo t i o n )

1. 3 D mo t i o n e x p r e
s s i o n

2. Mo t i o n f r o m 3 D P C s

3. Mo t i o n f r o m 2 D P C

4. Mo t i o n f r o m L C ’ s

5. Mo t i o n f r o m o t h e r i ma g e c l u e s

( C o n t o u r s )

1. D i g i t a l C u r v e

2. C u r v e R e p o r e s e n t a t i o n s

3. C u r v e f i t t i n g

4. R e g r e s s i o n

5. H o u g h T r a n s f o r m

( T e x t u r e )

1. G r a y
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l e v e l c o
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o c c u r
r e n c e Ma t r i x

2. S t r u c t u r a l a n a l y s i s o f t e x t u r e

3. Mo d e l
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b a s e d T e x t u r e A n a l y s i s

4. S h a p e F r o m T e x t u r e

( S h a d i n g )

1. B a s i c C o n c e p t s

2. S u r f a c e R e f l e c t a n c e

3. S h a p e f r o m s h a d i n g

4. Photometric stereo

( O p t i c F l o ws )

1. C o n c e p t

2. C o n s t r a i
n t e q u a t i o n o f o p t i c a l f l o w

3. S o l v e f o r o p t i c a l f l o w

4. U n d e r s t a n d o p t i c a l f l o w

( C a l i b r a t i o n )

1. I n t r o d u c t i o n

2. A b s o l u t e o r i e n t a t i o n

3. R e l a t i v e O r i e n t a t i o n

4. E x t e r i o r O r i e n t a t i o n

5. I n t e r i o r O r i e n t a t i o n

( C u r v e s a n d S u r f a c e s )

1.

Basic Geometry

2. Representation of curve and surface

3. Surface Interpolation

4. Surface Approximation

5. Surface Segmentation

6. Surface Registration

( D y n a mi c V i s i o n )

1. C h a n g e D e t e c t i o n

2. 3 D s t r u c t u r e f r o m mo t i o n

3. T r a c k i n g

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1. R a me r h J i a n, e t a l., Ma c h i n e V i s i o n, MI T P r e s s a n d Mc G r a w
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H i l l, I n c, 1 9 9 5 ( 2 0 0 3 )

2. D a ma H. B a l l a r d, e t a l., C o mp u t e r V i s i o n, P r e n t i c e
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H a l l I n c., 1 9 8 2

3. D a v i d Ma r r, V i s i o n, W.H. F r e e ma n a n d C o mp a n y, 1 9 8 2

4. E ma n u e l e T r u c c o., I n t r o d u c t o r y T e c h n i q u e s f
o r 3
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D C o m p u t e r V i s i o n, P r e n t i c e
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H a l l I n c., 1 9 9 8

5.

,

2000

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Semiconductor Physics and
Devices Physics

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OURSE NAME
IN CHINESE

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INSTRUCTOR

LI Xiaochun

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This course is offered for the postgraduates.

Sem
iconductor Physics & Semiconductor
Devices Physics

are important theoretical basis of modern integrated circuits design and
fabrication. Through the microelectronic technology, a quite large scale elec
tronic circuit or
part and even a equipment or system
are all designed and fabricated on a small silicon chip
or other semiconductor substrate. This relates to many disciplines of very broad contents
such as semi conductor physics, semiconductor devices, v
arious microelectronic
technologies,design of electron
ic circuits and systems, CAD, CAT etc.

Semiconductor
Physics & Semiconductor Devices physics

are also important theoretical basis of
optoelectronic technology and optical fiber communication. Optical transmitting, optical
receiving and optoelectrical energy transformation is exactly realized t
hrough various
semiconductor optoelectronic devices and optoelectronic or photonic integrated circuits.

Semiconductor Physics & Semicondudor Devices Physics

are y
et important theoretical
basis of microwave technology area. So understanding semiconductor d
evices principles and
semiconductor physics fundamentals of devices working is very necessary for the
postgraduates in the speciality areas of microelectronics, electronic information and
electrical engineering, applied physics and semiconductor materials
etc. This course
discusses and analyzes (1)the physical mechanism of essential semiconductor electronic
devices (bipolar and field effect transistors as the core c
ompose in IC), essential
semiconductor optoelectronic devices(semiconductor lasers, photodete
ctors and solar
cells)and essential semiconductor microwave devices

(2) essential semiconductor physical
theories, ideas and effects as the theoretical basis of v
arious semicondcutor devices and
materials. Therefore the contents of this course are importa
nt physical basis of modern IC
design and fabrication, optoelectronic technology and microwave technology.

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1. [

] S.M.Sze;

Physics of Semiconductor Devices
》（
Second Edition
）英文版
;JOHN WILEY
\$ SONS;1981

2. [

] S.M.Sze;
《现代半导体器件物理》
;

;2002

6

3. [

] S.M.Sze;

Semiconguctor Devices
--
Physics and Technology
》（
Second Edition

;JOHN
WILEY \$ SONS;2002

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I N E N G L I S H

A p p l i c a t i o n s o f O p t i m i z a t i o n
T h e o r y t o P o w e r S y s t e m s

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O U R S E N A ME
I N C H I N E S E

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The objectives of this course are to strengthen basic concepts of conventional optimization
theory, to study preliminary ways of building optimization models for various power systems
problems and to introduce typical solution methods for optim
ization problems arising from power
system operation, control and planning areas.

Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. Use conventional optimization techniques, such as linear, nonlinear and mixed integer
optimization
methods, to build optimization models for power system problems.

2. Analyze major difficulties arising from large scale power systems.

3. Analyze the limits of conventional optimization methods for large scale power systems.

4. Prepare students to grasp

optimization spirits that go beyond the limits of mere technical
calculations.

Topical Outline of this course are:

Review of Optimality Conditions (Unconstrained Optimization, Linear Programming, Nonlinear
Programming);

Characteristics of Generation Uni
ts (Characteristics of Steam Units, Hydroelectric Units,
Economic Dispatch of Thermal Units); Economic Dispatch Problems (Thermal System
Dispatching, Economic Dispatch versus Unit Commitment); Unit Commitment (Problem
Formulation, Priority List Method, Lag
rangian Relaxation Method);

Generation with Limited Energy Supply (Take
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or
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pay Fuel Supply Contract, Hard Limits and
Slack Variables, Fuel Scheduling by Linear Programming); Hydro
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Thermal Coordination
(Hydroelectric Plant Models, Scheduling Energy, Hydro

Units in Series, Hydro Thermal
Scheduling Problems, Hydro Scheduling Using Lineal Programming); Power System State
Estimation (Maximum Likelihood Concepts, Weighted Least Squares Estimation, Bad Data
Identification, Network Observability); Optimal Power F
low (OPF
Formulation,Security
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Constrained OPF, Newton Method, Linear Programming Method, Interior
Point Method, OPF in Electricity Markets).

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REREQUISITES

. Allen J Wood, Bruce F Wollenberg, Power Generation, Operation
and Control (2th edition),
Tsinghua University Press, 2003. ISBN 7
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302
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07692
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8

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OURSE NAME
IN ENGLISH

Computer Systems and
Communications

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OURSE NAME
IN CHINESE

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2

INSTRUCTOR

Ma Dianguang

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ECTIVES

Networking technologies, including wireless networks, multimedia

networks, network security, and network management.

1. Introduction (2 hours)

2. Wireless Networks (10 hours)

2. Multimedia Networking (8 hours)

3. Security in Computer Networks (8
hours)

4. Network Management (4 hours)

5. Review (4 hours)

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REREQUISITES

Computer Networking
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A Top
-
Down Approach Featuring the Internet,

3rd edition, by James Kurose and Keith Ross, Higher Education Press (

), 2005,
7040122316.

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OURSE NAME
IN ENGLISH

Cryptography Engineering

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OURSE NAME
IN CHINESE

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2

INSTRUCTOR

Lai
,

Xuejia

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Basic concepts and advanced topics in cryptog
raphy and IT
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security.

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Establish the right understanding of security, attacks and complexity.

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Principles, structures and methods in the design of the block ciphers DES, IDEA, AES;
Explain the strength and weakness in each algorithms and designs. Ideas and

methods of
varies attacks on block ciphers, main topic is differential attack;

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Fundamental and construction of iterated hash functions. Attacks on hash functions:
pre
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image and collision, especially the recent results on MD4, MD5,SHA
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1.

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Concept and meth
ods of authentication. Security requirements on protocols of
challenge
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response type. The use of standard protocols such as SSL, public
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key certificates,
PKI, S/MIME in real applications like e
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bank, web
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security and email.

Understand the basic principles
of IT security; knowing the methods and ideas in the design and
attack of crypto algorithms.

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REREQUISITES

No specific request, suit for both first time student and experienced researcher.

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IN ENGLISH

Wirele
ss Communication and
Sensor Networks

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IN CHINESE

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INSTRUCTOR

Wu
,

Mingyou

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1. Basic wireless communication theory 2. Computer networks

3. Computer systems

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C. Siva R
am Murthy and B.S. Manoj, "Ad Hoc Wireless Networks," ISBN 0
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13
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147023
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X,
Prentice Hall, 2004

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IN ENGLISH

Information and Coding Theory

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IN CHINESE

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INSTRUCTOR

Luo, Yuan

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BJECTIVES

This course has two parts. The first part is of information theory, which includes the
measurement of information (entropy, relative entropy, mutual information); weakly typical
sequence (for data compression); strongly typical sequence (
for data transmission). The second
part is of coding theory, which includes block codes, linear codes, cyclic codes, and decoding
principles. Furthermore, some basic knowledge about finite field and probability theory will be
repeated.

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TBOOKS

1. A First Course in Information Theory, Raymond W. Yeung, Springer (Kluwer

2. Elements of information theory, Cover and Thomas, Wiley 1991.

3.The theory of information and coding, 2nd Edition, R. J. McEliece
, Cambridge 2002.

4.Introduction to coding theory, 3rd Edition, J.H. van Lint, Springer.

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Digital Image Processing

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OURSE NAME

IN ENGLISH

IN CHINESE

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3

INSTRUCTOR

Zhang
,

Rui

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This lesson gives a comprehensive introduction of digital image processing, includes basic
concepts, basic theories and general methods. It is composed of 8 chapters, which are
intr
oduction, basis of digital image processing, image transform, image enhancement, image
recovery and reconstruction, image compression, image segmentation and image description.

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OURSE NAME
IN ENG
LISH

Stochastic Processes and
Queuing Theory

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IN CHINESE

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2

INSTRUCTOR

Wang
,

Xinbing

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This course provides a comprehensive introduction to stochastic processes and queueing
theory, and shows how these subjects may be applied in real world. Subjects covered inclu
de
Poisson processes, Markov processes, queueing theory and so on. After taking the course,
students should be able to apply this indispensable tool in a variety of different settings. Students
are assumed to be familiar with probability before taking the
course.

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Electrumagnetic in Modern
Communication

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INSTRUCTOR

Yin, Wenyan

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EMC and EMI problems in modern communication systems and electronic equipments will
be introduced in this course. This course will be focused on various topics of EMC/EMI i
n
some ommunication circuits and systems, inclduing (1) common
-
mode and differential
-
mode
coupling analysis; (2) importance of grounding for achieving EMC; (3) importance of shields
and their designs; (4) EMI diagnostics and fixes and EMC specifications,
standards and
measurements
.

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IN ENGLISH

The Experimentations of
FACTS

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2

INSTRUCTOR

Mansor

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"The Flexible AC Transmission System (FACTS)
--

a new technology based on power
electronics
--

offers an opportunity to enhance controllability, stability, and power transfer
capabi
lity of AC transmission systems.

FACTS is one aspect of the power electronics revolution that is taking place in all areas of
electric energy. A variety of powerful semiconductor devices not only offer the advantage of high
speed and reliability of sw
itching but, more importantly,the opportunity offered by a variety of
innovative circuit concepts based on these power devices enhance the value of electric energy.

This course not only focuses on the concept of var compensation in electrical power syst
em, but
also introduces the students the various aspects of fact design in quite detail.such as static var
compensator(SVC)and satic synchronous compensator(STATCOM),the design aspects and
practical implementation using digital signal processor (DSP) are a
lso discussed in this course.

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Motion Control System

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IN CHINESE

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2

INSTRUCTOR

Jiang
,

Shuzhong

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Motion control system is composed of the motor, driver, controller and sensor. After learning this
course, the motion control system can be designed and developed, and the mech
anism can be
droved to realized specified motion. The motor includes induction motor, permanent magnetic
synchronous motor, DC brushless motor and stepping motor. The driver converts the electric
power with constant voltage and frequency into one with adju
stable voltage, frequency and
current so as to control the torque, speed, position and acceleration of the motor. The controller
commands the driver by means of digital or analogous signals based on the specified technology.
The sensor transforms the non
-
e
lectric signals into electric ones that are used by the controller.
The learning of motion control system focuses on the relation of fundamental theories, devices
and algorithms. The fundamental theories are referred to the principles and control theories
of
above mentioned motors. The devices are composed of frequently used sensors, power device,
micro
-
controller and electric components. The fundamental theory and the devices are combined
into the algorithm that makes the abstract theory concrete, scattere
d devices integrative and
program modular.

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1. Texas Instruments, TMS320LF/LC240XA DSP Controllers Reference Guide, System and
Peripherals, Literature number:SPRU357B

2. N. Mohan, T.M. Undeland and W.P. Robbins, Power Electronic
s

Converters, Applications,
and Design, John Willey & Sons, INC

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OURSE NAME
IN ENGLISH

Technique of High Voltage
Power Converter for AC Drive

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OURSE NAME
IN CHINESE

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2

INSTRUCTOR

Yang
,

Xijun

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DESCRIPTION
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El
ectromagnetic transients in high voltage power systems are generated by lightning and
switching surges and can result in frequent and costly failures of electrical systems. This course
explains modern theories of the generation, propagation and interaction

of electrical transients
with electrical systems. It teaches students the fundamentals of electrical transients and equip
them with the skills to recognize and solve transient problems in power networks and high
voltage power converter for AC drive. It al
so covers practices for the protection of electrical
systems against transients.

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