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06 Probability Distributions

# 06 Probability Distributions - CS-350 Fundamentals of...

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CS-350: Fundamentals of Computing Systems Page 2 of 13 Lecture Notes © Azer Bestavros. All rights reserved. Reproduction or copying (electronic or otherwise) is expressly forbidden except for students enrolled in CS-350. the probability of failure. The random variable x is called a Bernoulli random variable, with the simple probability mass function (PMF): = = = 1 x 1 0 x ) ( p p x f The Geometric Distribution for discrete random variables Consider a “Bernoulli trial” experiment that has two outcomes (e.g. heads or tail, success or failure, packet lost or packet received, true or false, 0 or 1, etc.). Assume that we conduct these Bernoulli trials a certain number times and that each experiment is independent. Let n
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