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Introduction Zoom meeting
Tuesday 1 September 10.00 AM https://chalmers.zoom.us/j/67783886715 Password: 469527
Course PM pdf-file.
The pdf's for Lectures 1-10 below are Patrik Albin's personal handwritten manuscripts for these lectures and therefore albeit arguably clearly elligble are not typographically perfected etc. See the theoretical summaries for Lectures 1-10 below for typeset material that has been typographically elaborated on.
Nota bene: Some material in the theoretical summaries of Lectures 1-10 below is somewhat more ambitious in terms of rigour etc than is the book, but regarding the scope of the written exam it is the book that rules.
Theoretical summary of Lectures 1-4 on probability theory authored by Patrik Albin pdf-file.
Theoretical summary of Lectures 5-8 on random processes authored by Patrik Albin pdf-file.
Theoretical summary of Lectures 9-10 on LTI systems authored by Patrik Albin pdf-file.
Lecture notes for Lectures 11-14 on "Complement on Digital Spectral Analysis and Optimal Filtering: Theory and Exercises" authored by Mats Viberg pdf-file.
Link to Solutions to Exercises.
Test exam pdf-file.
Zoom consultation meetings
The link to consultation meetings:
Week 2: Tuesday 8 September 10.00 AM.
Week 3: Tuesday 15 September 10.00 AM.
Week 4: Tuesday 22 September 10.00 AM.
Week 5: Tuesday 29 September 10.00 AM.
Week 6: Tuesday 6 October 10.00 AM.
Week 7: Tuesday 13 October 10.00 AM.
Week 8: Tuesday 20 October 10.00 AM.
Links to tutorial sessions on laborations scheduled on 10 AM Friday 9 October and Friday
Link to Laborations.
Victor Pettersson email@example.com .
Chandrika Naga Laxmi Prasunamba Uppalapa firstname.lastname@example.org .
Josefine Åberg email@example.com .
Link to more old exams.
The schedule of the course is in TimeEdit.
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