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Modeling Random Systems

J. R. Cogdell, 2004, Pearson Education, Inc., 704 pp., hardcover

Modeling Random Systems

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.

Chapters
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

This book is available in the Wolfram Research bookstore.


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