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Everything we do, everything that happens around us, obeys the laws of probability. We can no more escape them than we can escape gravity Every field of science is concerned with estimating probability. A physicist calculates the probable path of a particle. A geneticist calculates the chances that a couple will have blue-eyed children.
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The goal of this course is to provide a rigorous understanding of probability theory at the graduate level and an introduction to random processes and their applications. Topics include random vectors, fundamentals of estimation, modeling random sequences with linear systems, stationarity, Markov random sequences, and common random process models. Textbook: In addition to the below lecture notes, the course will utilize the free textbook below. All written questions should be posted to the appropriate channel on the Slack workspace see Homework 0.
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