Review of Probability


Please sign in to view the rest of this entry.

Review of Probability
Review of Probability
Probability
A. Random Experiments: In the study of probability, any process of observation is referred to as an experiment. The results of an observation are called the outcomes of the experiment. An experiment is called a random experiment if its outcome cannot be predicted. Typical examples of a random experiment are the roll of a die, the toss of a coin, drawing a card from a deck, or selecting a message signal for transmission from several messages.
B. Sample Space and Events: The set o…
Citation
Hwei P. Hsu: Schaum's Outline of Signals and Systems, Third Edition. Review of Probability, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2014), AccessEngineering Export