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I took a class in adaptive control systems and one of the configurations it can take is adaptive predictive control. I'm wondering - since noise would be completely unpredictable and a simple sine wave would be perfectly predictable, would a predictor be like a pattern detector; the more of a pattern, or information, in a signal, the more predictable it is? Or - would the error signal of a predictor be a measure of the entropy of a signal? Thanks.
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