**Hidden Markov Models: Estimation and Control**

by R. J. Elliott, L. Aggoun, J. B. Moore

**Publisher**: Springer 1995**ISBN/ASIN**: 0387943641**ISBN-13**: 9780387943640**Number of pages**: 373

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The aim of this book is to present graduate students with a thorough survey of reference probability models and their applications to optimal estimation and control. These new and powerful methods are particularly useful in signal processing applications where signal models are only partially known and are in noisy environments.

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