 
Problem 3.8
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http://book.caltech.edu/bookforum/showthread.php?t=4438)
luwei0917 
10062013 03:15 PM 
Problem 3.8
I guess this problem we should use Bayes' Theorem but I don't know anything else. Can any one give some hints? Thanks.

magdon 
10062013 09:51 PM 
Re: Problem 3.8
There is no conditioning here so there is no need to use Bayes theorem. This problem is the `function' analog of Problem 1.12(a), so you may want to have a look at that problem.
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Originally Posted by luwei0917
(Post 11535)
I guess this problem we should use Bayes' Theorem but I don't know anything else. Can any one give some hints? Thanks.


meixingdg 
10102013 03:05 AM 
Re: Problem 3.8
Does anyone have a hint for how to show that the noise variable has expected value zero?

magdon 
10102013 09:12 AM 
Re: Problem 3.8
Take expectations on both sides and use the definition of
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Originally Posted by meixingdg
(Post 11560)
Does anyone have a hint for how to show that the noise variable has expected value zero?


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