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Random vectors including second order characterization; Detection including binary, M-ary, Neyman-Pearson methods; Estimation including Bayes least squares, maximum a posteriori, and maximum likelihood methods; Random processes including notions of stationarity, wide sense stationarity, and independent increments; Bernoulli process, Poisson process, Markov processes including Markov chains, Weiner processes; Wide sense stationary processes and linear systems including power spectral density, spectral factorization, noncausal and causal Weiner filters; Mean square stochastic calculus including Karhunen-Loeve decompositions.Prerequisite: EE-0023, EE-0024 or EE-0104, Math 72 or consent of instructor.

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  • School of Engineering