The book mentions "the reader is assumed to be comfortable with basic notions of probability, linear algebra, analysis, and algorithms"

I am a graduate in electronics engineering. I have studied graduate level linear algebra and probability. Point me to specific prerequisite resources which might help in reading the book.

P.S. I started reading the book without worrying about prerequisites and feel my pace of reading is slow because of no formal background in prerequisites

  • $\begingroup$ To be honest, I think it's just mathematical maturity. But I could be wrong. $\endgroup$ Nov 11 at 11:19


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