3. INNER PRODUCT SPACES
3.1. Definition
So far we have studied abstract vector spaces. These are a generalisation of the geometric
spaces R2 and R3. But these have more structure than just that of a vector space. In R 2 and R3 we
have the concepts of leng

0 ()
O - 0
11042005
Jasper
Hatilima
D31207
1. Construct the group under modulo-6 addition and under modulo-3 multiplication.
2. Construct the prime field GF(11) with modulo-11 addition and multiplication. Find all
the primitive elements and determin

Steven R. Dunbar
Department of Mathematics
203 Avery Hall
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68588-0130
http:/www.math.unl.edu
Voice: 402-472-3731
Fax: 402-472-8466
Stochastic Processes and
Advanced Mathematical Finance
Ruin Probabilities
Rating
M

An introduction to Markov chains
This lecture will be a general overview of basic concepts relating to Markov chains, and some properties
useful for Markov chain Monte Carlo sampling techniques. In particular, well be aiming to prove a Fundamental Theorem

Assignment III
Q.2
Define the following parameters for a switching n/w
N = no. of hops
L = msg length in bits
B = data rate (bps)
P = fixed packet size (bits)
H = overhead (bits/packet)
S = call setup time (sec)
D = Propagation delay (hop/sec)
If N=4, L=3

Solutions to problems from Chapter 2
Manjunatha. P
[email protected]
Professor
Dept. of ECE
J.N.N. College of Engineering, Shimoga
September 5, 2014
Solutions to problems from Chapter 2
Solutions to problems from Chapter 2
2.1 Construct the group und

An equation ax^2 + bx + c = 0 has real roots when b^2 is greater than 4*a*c
There are 6*6*6 ways to choose coefficients
when
when
when
when
ways
when
(3,2),
when
(3,2),
b=1 there is no roots no matter what
b=2 there are roots only when a=1 and c=1 - 1 way