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The block schematic of a learning receiver based on the algorithm of Eq. (111) is shown in Fig. 7. , the input signal directly, as shown by the dashed line in Fig. 7. 29). 2. , useful signals and noise, or signals of large and of small amplitude, etc. In this situation no information to supplement the input signals is supplied to the receiver. y Fig. 7 Sec. 5] 29 Learning Inventory Planning We consider here the case when the signals x constitute scalar functions of time, and the average risk of an erroneous classification, given by Eq.