PROBABILITY AND RANDOM PROCESSES WITH APPLICATIONS TO SIGNAL

PROBABILITY AND RANDOM PROCESSES WITH APPLICATIONS TO SIGNAL

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One of the most frequent questions posed by beginning students of probability is: ´Is anything truly random and if so how does one differentiate between the truly random and that which, because of a lack of information, is treated as random but really isn´t?´ first, regarding the question of truly random phenomena: ´Do such things exist?´ A theologian might state the case as follows: ´We cannot claim to know the Creator´s mind, and we cannot predict Ilis actions because He operates on a scale too large to be perceived by man. Hence there are many things we shall never be able to predict no matter how refined our measurements.´ At the other extreme from the cosmic scale is what happens at the atomic!. level. Our friends the physicists speak of such things as the probability of an atomic system being in a certain state. The uncertainty principle says that, try as we might, there is a, limit to the accuracy with which the position and momentum can be simultaneously ascribed to a particle. Both quantities are fuzzy and indeterminate.