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Matrix Probabilities

  • William Turin
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Part of the Information Technology: Transmission, Processing and Storage book series (PSTE)

Abstract

A communication system performance analysis includes the calculation of performance characteristics such as received symbol-error probability, the average interval between errors, the average length of an error burst, error number distribution in a message, etc. The convenience of calculating these and similar characteristics often determines the choice of an error source model. In this chapter, we develop methods of calculation based on the HMM.

Keywords

Markov Chain Discrete Fourier Transform Recursive Equation Convolution Theorem Matrix Distribution 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • William Turin
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  1. 1.AT&T Labs—ResearchFlorham ParkNew JerseyUSA

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