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Title

Modeling Random Systems
Author

J. R. Cogdell
Book information

Publisher: Pearson Education, Inc. (New Jersey)
Copyright year: 2004
ISBN: 0131414372
Medium: Hardcover
Pages: 704
Out of print?: N
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Contents

The Probability Paradigm | The Binomial Model and Random Variables | Continuous Random Variables and the Gaussian Model | Statistics | The Poisson Model | Modeling Random Signals | Tutorial on Mathematica | Tutorial on Convolution | Summary of Common Probability Models | Index
Description

An introductory textbook for undergraduate engineering students learning the basic concepts of randomness and modeling random systems. Features include easy-to-follow lessons, end-of-chapter problems, and a quick tutorial on using Mathematica for real-life modeling situations. The publisher will distribute an electronic version.
Subject

*Mathematics > Probability and Statistics
Keywords

Signal Processing, Binomial model, Coherence Function, Ergotic, Random Variables, Noise, Wide Sense Stationary