Real signals often appear to contain random fluctuations or other types of uncertainty. In this lesson you will be introduced to the tools of probability and statistics that are used to model uncertainty in signals. You will learn that summary statistics are often used in signal processing to avoid the complexity of working with the full probability density function. Subsequent lessons will build on the foundation established here and further develop your repertoire of techniques for working with random signals.
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