Advanced analysis in probabilistic systems with strong emphasis on theoretical methods. Development of analytical tools for the modeling and analysis of random phenomena with application to problems across a range of engineering and applied science disciplines. Probability theory, sample and event spaces, discrete and continuous random variables, conditional probability, expectations and conditional expectations, and derived distributions. Sums of random variables, moment generating functions, central limit theorem, laws of large numbers. Statistical analysis methods, including hypothesis testing, confidence intervals, and nonparametric methods. Undergraduates may not take both EE 0024 and EE 0104 for degree credit. Prerequisite: Math 0042 or equivalent. Recommendation: Senior or graduate standing or consent of instructor.