2 edition of Fundamental concepts in probability and random processes with selected applications found in the catalog.
Fundamental concepts in probability and random processes with selected applications
University of Michigan. Engineering Summer Conferences
1966 in [Ann Arbor .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||QA273 .M54 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
|LC Control Number||66065592|
Introduction 1 The study of probability, random variables, and random processes is fundamental to a wide range of disciplines. For example, many concepts of basic probability can be motivated through the study of games of chance. Indeed, the foundations of probability theory were originally built by a mathematical study of games of chance. 1 Fundamental concepts Field of events 3 Suppose that a point in the plane is selected at random and that the From among the students gathered for a lecture on probability theory one is chosen at random. Let the event A consist in that the chosen student is a young man. Engineers and students studying probability and random processes also need to analyze data, and thus need some knowledge of statistics. This book is designed to provide students with a thorough grounding in This book is based on the premise that engineers use probability as a modeling tool, and that probability can be applied to the solution of /5.
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