Signal Space Representation

Hello everyone, I was recently tasked to make a ppt presentation about signal space representation. Now this is in a course that has nothing to do with wireless communications and I was simply tasked with this as a presentation topic. So I'm really lost and have no idea what to write about.
I did some research and found some presentations and articles, they all have the same points about vector geometric presentations.
What do they mean exactly?, that they are all the same or that they are subjects of signal space representation. And what is the exact definition of signal space representations.
Thank you all.

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Re: signal space representation

Most google hits I see are chapter x of a book. I'd start with studying chapter 1 of such a book. Once you understand what a signal space is, the next step is about different ways of representing them.
Anyway, it seems rather advanced applied mathematics.

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Signal Space Representation

That's the issue, I was given this task today afternoon, and the due date is tomorrow. I have no idea on how am I supposed to do this.
Like I said, I tried reading about it but all I found are the different representations of it.

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Then back to the one who handed out the assignment.

I don't know which class and such handed this out but what this is about should have been covered in prior courses and classes.

I find it odd that you wrote this is not about communications. Where do humans use this if not for communications and research (deep space research.)

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