# Probability and Random Processes for Electrical and Computer Engineers, Second Edition

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With updates and enhancements to the incredibly successful first edition, Probability and Random Processes for Electrical and Computer Engineers, Second Edition retains the best aspects of the original but offers an even more potent introduction to probability and random variables and processes. Written in a clear, concise style that illustrates the subjectas relevance to a wide range of areas in engineering and physical and computer sciences, this text is organized into two parts. The first focuses on the probability model, random variables and transformations, and inequalities and limit theorems. The second deals with several types of random processes and queuing theory. New or Updated for the Second Edition: A short new chapter on random vectors that adds some advanced new material and supports topics associated with discrete random processes Reorganized chapters that further clarify topics such as random processes (including Markov and Poisson) and analysis in the time and frequency domain A large collection of new MATLABAr-based problems and computer projects/assignments Each Chapter Contains at Least Two Computer Assignments Maintaining the simplified, intuitive style that proved effective the first time, this edition integrates corrections and improvements based on feedback from students and teachers. Focused on strengthening the readeras grasp of underlying mathematical concepts, the book combines an abundance of practical applications, examples, and other tools to simplify unnecessarily difficult solutions to varying engineering problems in communications, signal processing, networks, and associated fields.(a) Draw a state transition diagram for the random walk. Define state aia by the ... ( b) Do limiting-state probabilities exist for the random walk? If so, what are they? 11.11 The bits in a certain binary message can be modeled by a 2-state Markov process with state diagram shown below: . .... (b) Given that the first bit in the message is a zero, what is the probability that the third bit is also a 0? (c) If we wait aanbsp;...

 Title : Probability and Random Processes for Electrical and Computer Engineers, Second Edition Author : Charles Therrien, Murali Tummala Publisher : CRC Press - 2011-09-20

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