2015 - 2016

0512-4261-01
  Introduction to Statistical Signal Processing  
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING | ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND ELECTRONIC
Amir WeissWolfson - Engineering406 Tue1500-1700 Sem  1
Wolfson - Engineering001 Wed1300-1500 Sem  1
Prof. Weiss Tony
 
 
University credit hours:  4.0

Course description
Credit points: 3.5
Prerequisites: Random Signal and Noise; Introduction to Digital Signal Processing 
 
Fundamental concepts in estimation theory: Bayesian vs. non-Bayesian estimation, optimality and consistency in estimation; Discrete-time Random Processes; Wide-sense stationary (WSS) processes and their properties; The Spectrum and its statistical meaning and interpretations; Linear parametric processes: Auto-Regressive (AR), Moving Average (MA), ARMA; Spectral estimation: nonparametric methods (periodogram, correlogram, Blackman-Tukey, Welch) and parametric methods, Yule-Walker (YW) and Modified YW equations; Detection of deterministic signals in noise: matched filter; Optimal linear filtering: causal and non-causal Wiener filters, Kalman filter; Introduction to adaptive filtering. 
 

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