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Kyung Hee University
Random Processing
Department of Electronics and Radio Engineering
Prof. Hyundong Shin
Communications and Coding Theory Laboratory (CCTLAB)
01
C1002900 Random Processing:
Introductory Lecture
Reading:
Course Information Sheet
From a viewpoint of applications, the main reason to study the subject of this course is
to help deal with the complexity of describing random and timevarying functions. A
random variable can be interpreted as the result of a single measurement. The distribu
tion of a single random variable is fairly simple to describe. It is completely specified
by the cumulative distribution function (CDF)
X
F
x
―
a function of one variable. The
joint distribution of several random variables is much more complex, which is in gen
eral described by a joint CDF
,
,...,
,
,...,
n
XX
X
n
F
xx
x
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and is much more complicated
than
n
functions of one variable. A random process, e.g., a model of timevarying fad
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2010 for the course ELECTRONIC C1002900 taught by Professor Hyungdongshin during the Spring '10 term at Kyung Hee.
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