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ISBN:0471810215
Author: Donald L. Snyder
ISBN13: 978-0471810216
Title: Random Point Processes
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Language: English
Category: Mathematics
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc (November 5, 1975)
Pages: 496

Random Point Processes by Donald L. Snyder



Snyder, Donald L. (Donald Lee), 1943- Random point processes. This book is a revision of Random Point Processes written by D. L. Snyder and published by John Wiley and Sons in 1975. More emphasis is given to point processes on multidimensional spaces, especially to processes in two dimensions.

This book is a revision of Random Point Processes written by D. More emphasis is given to point processes on multidimensional spaces, especially to pro­ cesses in two dimensions. Random Point Processes in Time and Space.

Random Point Processes Hardcover – November 5, 1975. by. Donald L. Snyder (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.

A random point process is a mathematical model for a physical phenomenon characterized by highly localized events distributed randomly in a continuum. Each event is represented in the model by an idealized point to be conceived of as identifying the position of the event. More emphasis is given to point processes on multidimensional spaces, especially to pro cesses in two dimensions

This book is a revision of Random Point Processes written by D. More emphasis is given to point processes on multidimensional spaces, especially to pro­ cesses in two dimensions

Snyder and published in 1975. Its main thrust is point processes on multidimensional spaces, especially to processes in two dimensions.

Books by Snyder, Donald . Random point processes in time and space, Random point processes, The state-variable approach to continuous estimation, The state-variable approach to continuous estimation, with applications to analog communication theory. More emphasis is given to point processes on multidimensional spaces, especially to pro cesses in two dimensions

Random Point Processes in Time and Space. Snyder, M I Miller. The starting point is a model of the radar echo signal based on the physics governing radar reflections. This model has bee. More).