Exercise 6-1 .1 A random process has sample functions of the form X(t) =A =0 0 :::: t :::: 1 elsewhere where A is a random variable that is uniformly distributed from 0 to 1 0. Using the basic definition of the autocorrelation function as given by Equation (6- 1 ) , find the autocorrelation function of this process.

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  • Exercise 6-1 .1 A random process has sample functions of the form X(t) =A =0 0 :::: t :::: 1 elsewhere where A is a random variable that is uniformly distributed from 0 to 1 0. Using the basic definition of the autocorrelation function as given by Equation (6- 1 ) , find the autocorrelation function of this process.
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Exercise 6-1 .1
A random process has sample functions of the form
X(t) =A
=0
0 :::: t :::: 1
elsewhere
where A is a random variable that is uniformly distributed from 0 to 1 0. Using
the basic definition of the autocorrelation function as given by Equation (6-
1 ) , find the autocorrelation function of this process.

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