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Newman, M.

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Jul 15, 2010
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Taleb, Nassim

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Originally published: New York : Thomson/Texere, 2004

Topics: Investments, Chance, Random variables

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Sep 20, 2016
09/16

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Lieblein, Julius; Cameron, J. M.

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Topics: Probabilities, Random variables

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Aug 4, 2011
08/11

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Mlodinow, Leonard, 1954-

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Includes bibliographical references and index

Topics: Random variables, Probabilities, Chance

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Jun 5, 2014
06/14

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Nassim Nicholas Taleb

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Topics: Investments, Chance, Random variables

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Feb 2, 2012
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Markley, Nelson Groh, 1940-

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Includes index

Topics: Probabilities, Random variables

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Jan 18, 2012
01/12

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Nassim Nicholas Taleb

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Topics: Investments., Chance., Random variables.

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Nov 14, 2013
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Paul E. Pfeiffer

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Abstract: For simple, real valued random variables, the expectation is the probability weighted average of the values taken on. It may be viewed as the center of mass for the probability mass distribution on the line.

Topics: Maths, Statistics and Probability, Probability, Random Variables, Properties of Random Variables,...

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Nov 30, 2012
11/12

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Zyda, Michael J.;Taylor, Gary W.;McGhee, Robert (Robert B.)

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Topics: RANDOM VARIABLES., EXPONENTIAL FUNCTIONS., PROBABILITIES.

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Oct 7, 2015
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Topic: RANDOM VARIABLES.,EXPONENTIAL FUNCTIONS.,PROBABILITIES.

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Dec 12, 2012
12/12

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Lawrance, A. J.Lewis, Peter Adrian Walter.

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Topics: Random variables, Exponential functions, Probabilities

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Oct 7, 2015
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Lawrance, A. J.Lewis, Peter Adrian Walter.

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Topic: Random variables,Exponential functions,Probabilities

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Nov 14, 2013
11/13

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Topics: Maths, Statistics and Probability, Probability, Properties of Random Variables, Sums of Random...

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Topics: RANDOM VARIABLES., TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS., PROBABILITIES.

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Oct 7, 2015
10/15

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Newton, R. E. (Robert Eugene)

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Topic: RANDOM VARIABLES.,TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS.,PROBABILITIES.

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Topics: RANDOM VARIABLES., TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS., PROBABILITIES.

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Oct 5, 2015
10/15

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Richbourg, Robert F.;Rowe, Neil C.;Zyda, Michael J.;McGhee, Robert (Robert B.)

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Topic: TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS.,PROBABILITIES.,RANDOM VARIABLES.

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Nov 30, 2012
11/12

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Richbourg, Robert F.;Rowe, Neil C.;Zyda, Michael J.;McGhee, Robert (Robert B.)

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Topics: TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS., PROBABILITIES., RANDOM VARIABLES.

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Oct 8, 2015
10/15

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Garrison, Clarence Jimmy.

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Topic: RANDOM VARIABLES.,TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS.,PROBABILITIES.

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Jul 17, 2018
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xvii, 267 pages : 24 cm

Topics: Probabilities, Random variables, Signal theory (Telecommunication), Probabilities, Random...

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Oct 8, 2015
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Forrest, R. N., 1925-

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"NPS-71-83-002."

Topic: Navigation,Naval tactics,Random variables,Estimation theory,Calculating machines

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Jan 25, 2013
01/13

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Cox, Lyle Ashton.;Taylor, C. F.;Burnham, R.;Coulter, R.;Smart, S.

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SLED FORTRAN implementation / C.F. Taylor--SLED PASCAL implementation / R. Burnham, R. Coulter, and S. Smart.

Topics: RANDOM VARIABLES., PROBABILITIES., GAUSSIAN PROCESSES., TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS.

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Topics: Explanation, Forecasting, Random variables, Science -- Methodology -- Congresses, Science --...

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Aug 8, 2019
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Chazelle, B. (Bernard)

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xvii, 463 p. : 24 cm

Topics: Irregularities of distribution (Number theory), Random variables, Computational complexity

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Jan 15, 2015
01/15

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ABSTRACT: Assume we are given a morphism G. Every student is aware that [see formula in paper]. We show that [see formula in paper]. In this setting, the ability to derive degenerate groups is essential. It is not yet known whether [see formula in paper], although [34] does address the issue of compactness.

Topics: Random variables, Affine structures, Degenerate groups, Compactness, FrÃ©chet monoids

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Jul 29, 2019
07/19

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A didactic text with 3 figures.

Topics: Probability, statistics, modeling, estimation, random variables, distributions, moments, Dirac...

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Apr 22, 2010
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Galambos, János, 1940-; Simonelli, Italo

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 303-315) and indexes

Topics: Probabilities, Random variables, Random walks (statistiek), Probabilités, Variables aléatoires

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The author of this booklet describes in popular language how probability theory was developed and found wide application in all fields of modern science. This book can be considered as an introduction towards a more thorough study of probability theory and is intended for a wide circle of readers.

Topics: mathematics, statistics, propability, chance, random variables, frequency, applications

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SLED FORTRAN implementation / C.F. Taylor--SLED PASCAL implementation / R. Burnham, R. Coulter, and S. Smart.

Topic: RANDOM VARIABLES.,PROBABILITIES.,GAUSSIAN PROCESSES.,TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS.

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Jul 5, 2010
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Topics: MARKOV CHAINS, RANDOM VARIABLES, RANGE (EXTREMES), PROBABILITY THEORY, THEOREM PROVING

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Topics: Navigation, Naval tactics, Random variables, Estimation theory, Calculating machines

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Welcome to 6.041/6.431, a subject on the modeling and analysis of random phenomena and processes, including the basics of statistical inference. Nowadays, there is broad consensus that the ability to think probabilistically is a fundamental component of scientific literacy. For example: The concept of statistical significance (to be touched upon at the end of this course) is considered by the Financial Times as one of "The Ten Things Everyone Should Know About Science". A recent...

Topics: probability, probability models, bayes rule, discrete random variables, continuous random...

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Abstract. Let ||L|| > u be arbitrary. In [17], the main result was the description of Hadamard morphisms. We show that ^r <= l. Hence recent developments in differential graph theory [17] have raised the question of whether r != Xo. U. L. Kepler [17] improved upon the results of L. Brouwer by studying smoothly tangential subgroups.

Topics: Random variables, Abelian moduli, Monge random variables, Hadamard morphisms, Differential graph...

In the sixth quarter of the work effort, we focused on a) conducting experiments on real-world data sets using the developed algorithms, b) design/implementation of the Multiscale Singular Value Decomposition (SVD) algorithm and c) fine tuning and bug fixes for the randomized SVD and ANN algorithms. This report documents the current variants of the Multiscale SVD algorithms under development. The project is currently on track in the upcoming quarters, we will continue applying the developed...

Topics: DTIC Archive, APPLIED COMMUNICATION SCIENCES PISCATAWAY NJ, *ALGORITHMS, *VALUE, DATA BASES,...

The classical Fatou inequality for non-negative measurable functions is intimately connected with problems of convergence of random variables (r.v.). The present paper focuses on the study of a modified form of the Fatou inequality which has important applications in the theory of convergence of r.v. We formulate our results in the language of probability.

Topics: DTIC Archive, Dvoretzky,A, STANFORD UNIV CA DEPT OF STATISTICS, *Inequalities, Convergence, Random...

Over the course of the last year, the study team received IRB approval and began recruiting participants at five of the six study sites (Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Ft. Bliss, Ft. Campbell, Ft. Carson, and Ft. Stewart). As of August 31, 2012, 368 total referrals across the five active sites had been received; 179 participants had been enrolled and randomized into the study (86 participants into the STEPS UP arm; 93 participants into the optimized usual care arm); 53 participants completed the...

Topics: DTIC Archive, RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CA, *POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER, RANDOM VARIABLES,...

Judea Pearl (2000) was the first to propose a definition of actual causation using causal models. A number of authors have suggested that an adequate account of actual causation must appeal not only to causal structure, but also to considerations of normality. In (Halpern & Hitchcock, 2011) we offer a definition of actual causation using extended causal models, which include information about both causal structure and normality. Extended causal models are potentially very complex. In this...

Topics: DTIC Archive, CORNELL UNIV ITHACA NY DEPT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, *BAYES THEOREM, RANDOM VARIABLES

Privacy is an important issue in data mining and knowledge discovery. In this paper, we propose to use the randomized response techniques to conduct the data mining computation. Specifically, we present a method to build naive Bayesian classifiers from the disguised data. We conduct experiments to compare the accuracy of our classifier with the one built from the original undisguised data. Our results show that although the data are disguised, our method can still achieve fairly high accuracy.

Topics: DTIC Archive, Zhan, Zhijun, SYRACUSE UNIV NY, *INFORMATION SECURITY, COMPUTATIONS, RANDOM...

This project is focused on conducting the first randomized-controlled trial of Cognitive Enhancement Therapy (CET) in 54 verbal adults with autism spectrum disorders, and assessing the efficacy of this approach in comparison to an active Enriched Supportive Therapy (EST) intervention.

Topics: DTIC Archive, PITTSBURGH UNIV PA, *MENTAL DISORDERS, ADULTS, CLINICAL TRIALS, COGNITION, RANDOM...

Ariyawansa and Zhu [3] have proposed a new class of optimization problems termed stochastic semidefinite programs (SSDPs) to handle data uncertainty in applications leading to (deterministic) semidefinite programs (DSDPs). For the case where the event space of the random variables in an SSDP is finite they have also derived a class of volumetric barrier decomposition algorithms, and proved polynomial complexity of the short-step and long-step members of the class [2]. When the event space of...

Topics: DTIC Archive, WASHINGTON STATE UNIV PULLMAN, *ALGORITHMS, *RANDOM VARIABLES, POLYNOMIALS,...

Topics: DTIC Archive, MARSAGLIA, GEORGE, BOEING SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH LABS SEATTLE WA, *RANDOM VARIABLES,...

Both observational and laboratory studies suggest that human beings find it difficult to fabricate truly random numbers. Any sufficiently large set of nominally random number sequences, irrespective of its source, may be analyzed to determine if the criterion of randomness is satisfied. Statistical methods have, therefore, been applied forensically to detect anomalies in accounting data, scientific data sets, and voting data. As a case study, we apply methods developed by Beber and Scacco to...

Topics: DTIC Archive, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *ELECTIONS, ANOMALIES, DETECTION, RANDOM VARIABLES,...

In this paper, we describe an algorithm for finding approximate nearest neighbors (ANN) in d-dimensional Euclidean space for each of N user-specified points {x(j)}. For each point x(j) , the scheme produces a list of k suspects , that have high probability of being the k closest points (nearest neighbors) in the Euclidean metric. Those of the suspects that are not among the true nearest neighbors, are close to being so.

Topics: DTIC Archive, YALE UNIV NEW HAVEN CT DEPT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, *ALGORITHMS, RANDOM VARIABLES,...

This is the final report for this study. We have completed all pre-and post assessment in all participants randomized to prazosin, placebo, or the behavioral sleep intervention. Two participants are currently completing the 4-month follow-up period. Data analysis for the acute treatment phase is currently underway, and the final analyses (which include 4-month follow-up data) will be initiated shortly. Recruitment has been more difficult than anticipated, but our enrollment rate (10% of...

Topics: DTIC Archive, PITTSBURGH UNIV PA, *INTERVENTION, *SLEEP, PLACEBOS, POPULATION, RANDOM VARIABLES,...

This paper extends the account of actual causation offered by Halpern and Pearl [2005]. We show that this account yields the wrong judgment in certain classes of cases. We offer a revised definition that incorporates consideration of defaults, typicality, and normality. The revised definition takes actual causation to be both graded and comparative. We then apply our definition to a number of cases.

Topics: DTIC Archive, CORNELL UNIV ITHACA NY DEPT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, *DECISION MAKING, ERRORS, RANDOM...

The aim of this article is to apply some results of L. Schwartz's theory of radonifying maps to prove existence theorems for infinite dimensional valued random variables. As a consequence, we deduce some known results in this direction due to K. Ito, M. Perez-Abreu C., and T. Bojdecki and L.G. Gorostiza.

Topics: DTIC Archive, Ramaswamy,S, NORTH CAROLINA UNIV AT CHAPEL HILL DEPT OF STATISTICS, *RANDOM VARIABLES

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The mean value locates the center of the probability mass distribution induced by X on the real line. In this unit, we examine how expectation may be used for further characterization of the distribution for X. In particular, we deal with the variance and its square root the standard deviation. We identify some important properties of variance and identify the concept covariance. The variance is calculated for several distributions, comparing analytical and Matlab results.

Topics: Maths, Statistics and Probability, Probability, Properties of Random Variables, Variance,...

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Douglas, Terry Scott;Netzer, David Willis, 1939-

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Topic: QUEUING THEORY,RANDOM VARIABLES,TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS--MATHEMATICAL MODELS,TRAFFIC...

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Jan 14, 2013
01/13

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Douglas, Terry Scott;Netzer, David Willis, 1939-

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Topics: QUEUING THEORY, RANDOM VARIABLES, TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS--MATHEMATICAL MODELS, TRAFFIC...

The first problem considered in the paper is concerned with the assembly of independent components into parallel systems so as to maximize the expected number of system that perform satisfactorily. Associated with each component is a probability of it performing successfully. It is shown that an optimal assembly is obtained if the reliability of each assembled system can be made equal. If such equality is not attainable, then bounds are given so that the maximum expected number of systems that...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Derman, Cyrus, STANFORD UNIV CA, *RELIABILITY, ALGORITHMS, OPTIMIZATION, PROBABILITY,...