statistics faculty at unc-ch


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        Charles R. Baker
          Professor Emeritus


          B.S. (1957), University of Southwestern Louisiana; M.S. (1963), Ph.D. (1967), University of California at Los Angeles.


          Land-Air (1957-59); Bendix (1959-68); UNC-Chapel Hill (1968-).
        Research Interests

          Baker's major research interests are in applications of stochastic processes and functional analysis to infinite-dimensional problems in information theory and the detection and classification of signals embedded in noise. He also is interested in development of algorithms.

        Selected Publications

          Capacity of dimension-limited channels,Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 37 (1991), 239-258.

          Coding capacity for a class of additive channels, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 37 (1991), 233-243.

          Information capacity of the stationary Gaussian channel (with S. Ihara), IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 37 (1991), 1314-1326.

          Absolute continuity and mutual information for Gaussian mixtures (with A.F.Gualtierotti), Stochastics & Stochastics Reports, 39 (1992), 139-157.

          Likelihood-detection of stochastic signals (with A.F. Gualtierotti), in Advances in Statistical Signal Processing (H.V. Poor and J.B. Thomas, eds.), JAI Press (1993), 1-34.

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