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 [Schematics-development] Re: Documentation of random variables From: Ian Glover - 2003-05-01 18:48:31 > I think its a Markov Process, not a Chain. Ian can > speak up if he thinks I'm telling lies Well if I remember rightly a Markov Chain is a set of observations from a= =20 Markov Process, so I guessed you say that the graph is a representation o= f=20 the process and a path is a chain. > (don't tell anyone but he's actually a trained mathematician ;-) > Drat, my secret is out. So I'll be doubly embarassed when someone rips th= e=20 above to pieces. :->
 [Schematics-development] Re: Schemathics: Documentation of random variables From: Noel Welsh - 2003-05-01 17:30:00 --- Jens_Axel_Søgaard wrote: > Ok, the argument is simply the distribution function > represented as an association list. Yes. > Do you know a reference to a definition? I don't > think graphs of random variables was covered in the > probality course I had [although I vaguely remember > calculating eigenvalues for some Markov matrices]. There is always MathWorld: http://mathworld.wolfram.com/MarkovChain.html http://mathworld.wolfram.com/MarkovProcess.html I think its a Markov Process, not a Chain. Ian can speak up if he thinks I'm telling lies (don't tell anyone but he's actually a trained mathematician ;-) > The Dirac delta function is "infinity" in one point > and zero elsewhere. Well, actually it's not a > function > at all, but a so called distributiun [the set of > distributions is a extension of the space of > functions], > but that doesn't bother physists. (I can't blame > Dirac, > the theory of distributions was initiated by his > work, if I remember correctly]. I'll take your word for this. ;-) > Thanks - speak up if you find spelling errors and > the like (english is not my native tongue). Will do. > After writing the documentation, I accidently fell > over > "SRFI 27: Sources of Random Bits", ... > I think I'll port it this summer, and then use it to > rewrite > some of the functions. This would be nice as we don't currently have a port. Francisco's the man for this stuff. cya, Noel ===== Email: noelwelsh yahoo com Jabber: noelw jabber org __________________________________ Do you Yahoo!? The New Yahoo! Search - Faster. Easier. Bingo. http://search.yahoo.com

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