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Unformatted text preview: Utah State University ECE 6010 Stochastic Processes Programming Exercise # 1 Due Friday September 9. Introduction This exercise will provide an opportunity to do some calculations and plots with actual data. The intent is to make some of the abstract concepts a little more concrete. This exercise is to be done using Matlab. Background randn Every call to the Matlab function rand generates an independent instance of a stan dard Gaussian random variable. That is, randn is a Gaussian random number generator: X N ( , 1 ) . Random column vectors of length n are generated by randn(n,1) . Row vectors are generated with randn(1,n) . A matrix of random numbers is generated with randn(n,m) . For more information, type help randn in Matlab. rand Similarly, the Matlab function rand generates independent uniform U ( , 1 ) random num bers. Columnandrowvectorsandmatricesofrandomnumbersaregeneratedusing rand(n,1) , rand(1,n) , rand(n,m) . For more information type help rand in Matlab....
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