Suppose that the random variable Θ takes values in the interval [0,1].

a) Is it true that the LMS estimator is guaranteed to take values only in the interval [0,1]?

b) Is it true that the LLMS estimator is guaranteed to take values only in the interval [0,1]?

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  1. a) Yes
    b) No

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