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Information theory, statistical decision, functions, random processes

Transactions of the 11th Prague Conference held from August 27 to 31, 1990
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particular examples of random processes: Gaussian and Poisson processes. The emphasis of this book is on general properties of random processes rather than the speci c properties of special cases.

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6 CHAPTER 1. INFORMATION SOURCES probability space. The outputs of the random process will then be values of the random variable taken on transformed points in the original space.

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a random variable can be thought of as an uncertain, numerical (i.e., with values in R) quantity. While it is true that Information theory do not know with certainty what value a random variable Xwill take, we usually know how to compute the probability that its value will be in some some subset of R.

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However, we flnd that these texts are too demanding for the level of the course. On the other hand, books written for the engineering students tend to be fuzzy in their attempt to avoid subtle mathematical concepts.

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