Probability and Random Processes With Applications to Signal Processing

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Prentice Hall PTR, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 689 pages
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Provides users with an accessible, yet mathematically solid, treatment of probability and random processes. Many computer examples integrated throughout, including random process examples in MATLAB. Includes expanded discussions of fundamental principles, especially basic probability. Includes new problems which deal with applications of basic theory—in such areas as medical imaging, percolation theory in fractals, and generation of random numbers. Several new topics include Failure rates, the Chernoff bound, interval estimation and the Student t-distribution, and power spectral density estimation. Functions of Random Variables is included as a separate chapter. Mean square convergence and introduction of Martingales is covered in the latter half of the book. Provides electrical and computer engineers with a solid treatment of probability and random processes.

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I read this book in my graduate studies. It is one of the toughest book of all time and not for new readers. Most of the topics are written without proper explanation and relevant examples.

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Woods of the Center for Image Processing Research & ECSE Department.

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