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Probability Theory for Signal Processing

ISBN: 978-1-84821-402-6
432 pages
August 2014, Wiley-ISTE
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Utilizing heuristics to present some fundamentals of probability theory, this book discusses the ideas and concepts common to all random problems. It provides readers with the elementary basis of calculation of probabilities so that it can solve the vast majority of problems it encounters in signal processing, then brings the reader to a more precise knowledge of the theory of measure and Lebesgue integration from the limitations of the tools proposed.

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Part 1. Random and Formalism

1. Lebesgue integral of real functions

2. Notion of random experience

3. Elementary discrete probabilistic models

4. Non-elementary discrete probabilistic models

5. Probabilisables spaces and probabilistic

Part 2. Probabilistic space and random variables

6. Real random variables

7. Real discrete random variables and absolutely continuous

8. Couple of real expenditures random variables

9. Esperance of random variables

10. Variance and standard deviation

11. Transfer theorem, moments and characteristic function

12. Examples of laws

13. Independence and decorrelation

14. conditioning

15. random vectors

Part 3. Conditioning and Independence

Appendices

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