This text provides a comprehensive introduction to the mathematical theory of probability, its application to the modeling of random phenomena encountered in electrical and computer engineering, and its uses in making optimal decisions and inferences. Fine meets the needs of engineering students by addressing both highly conceptual mathematical methods and their real-world applications. He offers a sound introduction to the many elements of applied probability the presentation is thorough, yet does not require a more advanced mathematical background beyond basic integral calculus.One way to infer 9 is to form the estimator Zn a - maxX, . n i Evaluate the pdf/zn(z) . E14.18 If X ~ Ap(1), Y ~ U(0, 1) and they are independent, then evaluate P(X agt; Y). K 14.19 A system composed of n components having individual lifetimes L, thatanbsp;...
|Title||:||Probability and Probabilistic Reasoning for Electrical Engineering|
|Author||:||Terrence L. Fine|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2006|