- 338 Downloads
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.
KeywordsMarkov Chain Discrete Fourier Transform Recursive Equation Convolution Theorem Matrix Distribution
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 1.M. S. BartlettIntroduction to Stochastic Processes with Special Reference to Methods and Applications(Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge, 1978).Google Scholar
- 2.E. L. Bloch, O. V. Popov, and W. Ya. Turin, “Error number distribution for the stationary symmetric channel with memory,”Second International Symposium on Information TheoryAcademiai Kiado, Budapest, 1972.Google Scholar
- 4.W. FellerAn Introduction to Probability Theory and Its Applications 1(John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1962).Google Scholar
- 5.I. I. Gichman and A. V. Scorochod, The Theory of Stochastic Processes(in Russian), 1, (Science Publishers, Moscow, 1971).Google Scholar
- 6.J. G. Kemeny and J. L. SnellFinite Markov ChainsVan Nostrand, (Princeton, New Jersey, 1960).Google Scholar
- 10.S. J. Mason and H. J. ZimmermannElectronic Circuits Signals and Systems(John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1965).Google Scholar
- 11.G. A. Medvedev and V. P. TarasenkoProbabilistic Methods in Extremal Systems Investigation(in Russian), (Science Publishers, Moscow, 1967).Google Scholar
- 12.O. V. Popov and W. Ya. Turin, “The probability distribution law of different numbers of errors in a combination,”Telecommunications and Radioengineering(5), 1967.Google Scholar
- 13.L. Rabiner and B.-H. JuangFundamentals of Speech Recognition(Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1993).Google Scholar
- 14.L. R. Rabiner and C. M. RaderDigital Signal Processing(IEEE Press, New York, 1972).Google Scholar
- 15.W. Ya. Turin, “Probability distribution laws for the number of errors in several combinations,” Telecommunications and Radioengineering 27 (12), 1973.Google Scholar