Designed for the undergraduate students of engineering, this book aims to introduce the reader to the world of random signals and their analyses – both of which are extremely crucial to the everyday life as well as professional capacity of the computer science and communication engineers. Probability Theory and Random Processes helps model and analyse random signals and their impact on system performances through a problem solving approach. In a highly pedagogical manner, the text carefully navigates through randomness of signal behaviour, thus helping the student grasp the content easily Salient Features : • Pedagogy designed on examination patterns! o Solved Examples: 809!! o Practice Problems: 247 o Exercise Problems: 255 o Review Questions: 295 o MCQs: 211 o Diagrams: 216 • Mathematical models explained following step-by-step approach • Application based problems discussed aplenty

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Author(s)Ramesh Babu
PublisherMcGraw Hill
BindingSoft Cover
Publish YearAugust 2014