High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Statistical signal
processing is an area of Applied Mathematics and Signal Processing
that treats signals as stochastic processes, dealing with their
statistical properties (e.g., mean, covariance, etc.). Because of
its very broad range of application Statistical signal processing
is taught at the graduate level in either Electrical Engineering,
Applied Mathematics, Pure Mathematics/Statistics, or even
Biomedical Engineering and Physics departments around the world,
although important applications exist in almost all scientific
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