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Products of Gaussian stochastic process variables
In the classic experimental physics text "Statistical Theory of Signal Detection" by Carl. W. Helstrom, Chapter II, section 4 concerns Gaussian Stochastic Processes. Such a process is observed at ...
Aug 11 '11 at 18:34
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