2 edition of **Topics in the theory of random noise.** found in the catalog.

Topics in the theory of random noise.

R. L Stratonovich

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Published
**1967**
by Gordon and Breach in New York
.

Written in English

- Random noise theory,
- Radio noise

**Edition Notes**

Series | Mathematics and its applications, v. 3 |

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LC Classifications | TK6553 S713 1967 |

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Open Library | OL17461113M |

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The pedagogy of the book has been greatly enhanced to further the reader's understanding of the material. The chapters each open with a listing of the main sections, a general statement of what is to come, and objectives. Optional topics within chapters are marked with a star. Key terms are boldfaced when their definitions are Edition: 4th Addresses the theory and practice of estimating parameters for discrete-time signals embedded in noise. Topics include: Classical Estimation (Deterministic Parameter) Probability Theory and Random Functions (see textbook appendix & Reserve Books #1, 2, 3) An older book on estimation, but still might have useful perspectives on parameter.

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