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functions Generating and random walks Tuesday, November 13, 2007 2:02 PM Clarification on Homework Problem The generating function calculation for the random walk will soon look like it has nothing to do with probability. Idea for why one might try such an approach: The random walk has a recursive structure, and generating functions are useful for problems with recursive structures, and they are also a useful...

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functions Generating and random walks Tuesday, November 13, 2007 2:02 PM Clarification on Homework Problem The generating function calculation for the random walk will soon look like it has nothing to do with probability. Idea for why one might try such an approach: The random walk has a recursive structure, and generating functions are useful for proble...
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