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Applied Stochastic Processes in Science and Engineering

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Applied Stochastic Processes in Science and Engineering
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Publisher: University of Waterloo
Number of pages: 316

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This book is designed as an introduction to the ideas and methods used to formulate mathematical models of physical processes in terms of random functions. Written for a senior undergraduate course offered to students with a suitably mathematical background.

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