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An Introduction to the Theory of Stationary Random Functions

A. M. Yaglom

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Published
**July 1984**
by Dover Pubns
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Written in English

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Format | Paperback |

Number of Pages | 235 |

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Open Library | OL7650178M |

ISBN 10 | 0486646882 |

ISBN 10 | 9780486646886 |

book is to help deal with the complexity of describing random, time-varying functions. A random variable can be interpreted as the result of a single mea-surement. The distribution of a single random variable is fairly simple to describe. It is completely speci ed by the cumulative distribution function F(x), a func-tion of one variable. This book develops the theory of probability and mathematical statistics with the goal of analyzing real-world data. Throughout the text, the R package is used to compute probabilities, check analytically computed answers, simulate probability distributions, illustrate answers with appropriate graphics, and help students develop intuition surrounding probability and statistics.

Theory of Markov Processes provides information pertinent to the logical foundations of the theory of Markov random processes. This book discusses the properties of the trajectories of Markov processes and their infinitesimal operators. Organized into six chapters, this book begins with an overview of the necessary concepts and theorems from. This book concentrates on some general facts and ideas of the theory of stochastic processes. The topics include the Wiener process, stationary processes, infinitely divisible processes, and Itô stochastic equations. Basics of discrete time martingales are also presented and then used in one way or another throughout the book.

This book presents an innovative approach to teaching probability theory and stochastic processes based on the binary expansion of the unit interval. Departing from standard pedagogy, it uses the binary expansion of the unit interval to explicitly construct an infinite sequence of independent random variables (of any given distribution) on a Price: $ We can classify random processes based on many different criteria. One of the important questions that we can ask about a random process is whether it is a stationary process. Intuitively, a random process {X(t), t ∈ J } is stationary if its statistical properties do not change by time. For example, for a stationary process, X(t) and X(t + Δ.

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Reprint of Edition. Full facsimile of the original edition. Not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. The present volume deals with the theory of stationary random functions, and contains indispensable background material for an understanding of such diverse topics as turbulence theory, the theory of servomechanisms and information theory.5/5(3).

This two-part treatment covers the general theory of stationary random functions and the Wiener-Kolmogorov theory of extrapolation and interpolation of random sequences and processes. Beginning with the simplest concepts, it covers the correlation function, the ergodic theorem, homogenous random fields, and general rational spectral densities 3/5.

Yaglom's book is an amazing little book which is nice and easy to read, yet, teaches an amazing amount of material without all the clutter found in rigorous mathematical texts.

That is, of course, the intent of the book, to be nice and concise, and cover the Hilbert space theory of random processes, spectral representations etc.5/5. introduction to the theory of random processes Download introduction to the theory of random processes or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

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Beginning with the simplest concepts, it covers the correlation function, the ergodic theorem, homogenous random fields, and general rational spectral densities, among other topics.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: I︠A︡glom, A.M. Introduction to the theory of stationary random functions. New York, Dover Publications [, ©]. Correlation Theory of Stationary and Related Random Functions is an elementary introduction to the most important part of the theory dealing only with the first and second moments of these functions.

This theory is a significant part of modern probability theory and offers both intrinsic mathematical interest and many concrete and practical applications. OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: pt. The general theory of stationary random functions.

Basic properties of stationary random functions --Examples of stationary random functions spectral representations --Further development of the correlation theory of random functions --pt. Linear extrapolation and filtering of stationary. Buy An Introduction to the Theory of Stationary Random Functions by Yaglom, A.

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The theory of random processes is an extremely vast branch of math-ematics which cannot be covered even in ten one-year topics courses with minimal intersection of contents.

Therefore, the intent of this book is to get the reader acquainted only with some parts of the theory. The choice. Accordingly, a random function X(t) is defined as stationary, if the probability characteristics of a random function X (t + t’) at any t’ coincide with the appropriate characteristics of X(t).

This occurs only when the mathematical expectation and the variance of a random function do not depend on time, and the correlation function depends Author: V. Svetlitsky.

The book starts with an introduction in which basic properties of distribution functions, probability densities and moments of random variables are mentioned. Random processes are discussed heuristically in the context of Brownian motion, shot noise, turbulence, electroencephalography as well as other applications.

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This publication is intended for engineers and scientists who use the methods of the theory of probability in various branches of technology.

Description: This two-part treatment covers the general theory of stationary random functions and the Wiener-Kolmogorov theory of extrapolation and interpolation of random sequences and processes. Beginning with the simplest concepts, it covers the correlation function, the ergodic theorem, homogenous random fields, and general rational.

Introduction to the Theory of Stationary Random Functions by YAGLOM; Yaglom Staff; A.M. Yaglom A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.

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