5-6.1 A stationary random process is sampled at time instants separated by 0.01 seconds. The resulting sample values are tabulated below. x(i) . x(i) x(i) 0 0. 19 7 -1.24 14 1.45 1 0.29 8 -1 .88 15 -0.82 2 1.44 9 -0.31 16 -0.25 3 0.83 10 1.18 17 0.23 4 -0.01 11 1.70 18 -0.91 5 -1 .23 12 0.57 19 -0. 19 – 6 -1.47 13 0.95 20 0.24 a) Estimate the mean value of this process. b) If the process has a true variance of 1.0, find the variance of your estimate of the mean.

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  • 5-6.1 A stationary random process is sampled at time instants separated by 0.01 seconds. The resulting sample values are tabulated below. x(i) . x(i) x(i) 0 0. 19 7 -1.24 14 1.45 1 0.29 8 -1 .88 15 -0.82 2 1.44 9 -0.31 16 -0.25 3 0.83 10 1.18 17 0.23 4 -0.01 11 1.70 18 -0.91 5 -1 .23 12 0.57 19 -0. 19 - 6 -1.47 13 0.95 20 0.24 a) Estimate the mean value of this process. b) If the process has a true variance of 1.0, find the variance of your estimate of the mean.
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5-6.1 A stationary random process is sampled at time instants separated by 0.01 seconds.
The resulting sample values are tabulated below.
x(i) . x(i) x(i)
0 0. 19 7 -1.24 14 1.45
1 0.29 8 -1 .88 15 -0.82
2 1.44 9 -0.31 16 -0.25
3 0.83 10 1.18 17 0.23
4 -0.01 11 1.70 18 -0.91
5 -1 .23 12 0.57 19 -0. 19
– 6 -1.47 13 0.95 20 0.24
a) Estimate the mean value of this process.
b) If the process has a true variance of 1.0, find the variance of your estimate of the
mean.

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