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Prb&Rand Proc

by: Ophelia Ritchie

Prb&Rand Proc EECS 501

Ophelia Ritchie
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This 5 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ophelia Ritchie on Thursday October 29, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to EECS 501 at University of Michigan taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 15 views. For similar materials see /class/231536/eecs-501-university-of-michigan in Engineering Computer Science at University of Michigan.

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H1T2UH2T17H1H27 HlT27 T1H27 T1T2 DEF EX The a algebra generated by the sets An7 ri I7 2 C Q is the set of all countable unions7 intersections7 and complements of An 9 a7 b7 0 a algebra generated by set a7 b is 7 97 a7 b7 DEF Domain Range OOH Probability is a mapping Pr A gt 07 I such that A a algebraset of subsets of Q A is called an 77event space77 07 I as 0 S a S I a closed interval of the real line and such that Pr satis es the three Axioms of Probability PrA Z 0 for any A E A 2 Pr 2 1 maximum value is one If An are pairwise disjoint ltgt A m Aj b for i y j7 then PrUl 1An 2201 PrAn probs of disjoint sets add In particular7 A m B b gt PrA U B PrA PrB I Pr 2 PrA U A PrA PrA gt PrA I PrA PrA PrA U Q5 PrA Pr gt Pr 0 since A m b b Pr 0 BUT PrA 0 does NOT imply A bl see overleaf In general7 assign probabilities in sample space 9 Then use the three axioms of probability to compute probabilites PrA for each A E Aevent spacedomain of Pr mapping EEOS 501 BERNOULLI AND POISSON PROCESSES Fall 2001 DEF Note Bernoulli random process is a discrete time 1 sided iidrp with 1 success or arrival with prob p for X 1 0 failure or nonarrival with 1 p for X 0 Kolmogorov pmlti1twiNX1 XN pwnXi Bernoulli rvs Elk 0 Np NP1 p pmf name pmf formula Binomial 1pk1 pN k 1 P 1nk 2 1 119 1 PP2 iiiWO PYH rP iquot1 PM2 Question k successes P71 in N trials trials until next success trials until rth success Geometric Pascal Note Binomial Binomial Geometric Geometric Memoryless Pascal Pascal Until means up to and including77 in the above pmf ranges omitted Prk successes in any closed interval of length N 1 N points sum of N independent Bernoulli rvs Z xform1 p pzN lst order interarrival timetrials from last success to next success Let Anext success on km trial and Bjno successes on last j trials i PTlAB39l PrlBkgt1lP i 1Hj 1P i 17 k 1 i PrlAlle i W 1312 up PTW39 rth order interarrival timesum of 7 independent Geometric rvs Priquot 1 successes in k 1 trialsPriquotth success in km trial k 2 7 DEF WMH Poisson process continuous time with arrivals at points in time Piquotarrival in 1507150 615 A615 as 6t gt 0 Aavemge arrival rate Events de ned on non overlapping intervals are independent Continuous time limit of Bernoulli with p A615 and N T6t pdf formula ATke ATkl Ae MJ 2 0 ATtT le Mr 1 Eltl 02 AT AT 1 12 rA rA2 pdf name Poisson pmf Question k arrivals P71 in time T time t until next arrival time t until rth arrival Exponential Erlang Poisson Exponen Exponen Erlang Counting Refs 1pk1 pyM m 1fpk1 pN T6tk6tk1 A6tT5tkl 1 pk 1p gt 1 A6tt5t6t gt ArrV615 since 0011310 1 ab eab Memoryless7 like Geometric pmf similar derivation to that above rth order interarrival timesum of 7 independent Exponential rvs Poisson counting process N tarrivals in Poisson process in 0715 pp 377 384 and 36 42 also see AW Drake text on closed reserve EEOS 501 CENTRAL LIMIT THEOREM Fall 2001 DEF l m are identically distributed fag X f00X7 n70 02 ND rvs 17362 are iidri with means n and variances 02 if The mi are 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