... The **random**-effects or shared parameter approach to jointly modelling repeated measurement and event **time** data is conceptually attractive in many settings, but its routine application is hampered by ...

... certain **random** variables by means of judicious construction in ways which depend on other **random** variables (Lindvall [15] and Thorisson ...to **stationary** distributions (Pitman [21]), especially for ...

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... so that we have a much easier procedure for classifying the g-inverses of I – P. Knowledge of the parameters α , β , γ can provide useful information in determining the **stationary** distribution and moments of the ...

... A **random** variable (denoted by X , Y , …) is a variable whose value is determined by the outcome of a **random** ...the **random** variable X could be defined as the number of 6s ...

... A lot of works have been presented related to this procedure, but still nowadays many questions are not completely answered, and the engineer assumptions lead to different amount of conservatism in the analyses results, ...

... different **stationary** **random** **process** compatible with the excitation response spectrum with damping ratio equal to the oscillator effective critical damping ...

... Existence of stationary distributions for a class of nonlinear time series models in random environment domain Yueheng Wang1, Enwen Zhu1* and Yong Xu2 * Correspondence: engwenzhu@126.com[r] ...

... However, most existing engineering simulations are based on Fourier analyses, which is for stationary random processes, while seismic waves are non-stationary random [r] ...

... [0, A] where A is chosen large enough so that the processes reach 0 before leaving [0, A] with high probability. Given such an A, we choose N large enough so that on this finite interval (8.3) ensures that the two Markov ...

... pricing **discrete** down–and–out call option and both down–and–out, up– and–out hedging on a underlying stock which could be expired its worth if a lower or upper barrier touches the continuous path of stock value at ...

... The authors are grateful to Frank Redig (Eindhoven) for discussions, to the Lorentz Center (Leiden) for hospitality, and to the European Science Foundation Scientiﬁc Program ‘‘**Random** Dynamics in Spatially Extended ...

... It is acknowledged in cryptographic literature that ciphers asymptotically (with the increase of the number of rounds) come to a uniform distribution of differential and linear probabilities (XOR transitions tables of ...

... An account of conjugate variables, and results obtained by using them, may be found in Keilson [1965] and Heathcote [1967], and in Feller [1966], where they are called associated variables. As in Chapter II, we let ...

... SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS A matrix algebra approach for determining the mean vector and the instantaneous correlation matrices of the stationary random response of a multidegree-of-freedom[r] ...

... the **process** that is similar to the one given by Lawrance [12] for the gamma AR(1) **process** (see also McKenzie [15] for the case of the negative binomial INAR(1) ...shot-noise **process** is defined ...

... have dealt with finite buffer polling systems in discrete-time or in continuous-time.. analyzed a discrete-time polling system with finite buffer capacity under bursty arrival process. T[r] ...

... There are several interesting perspectives for further research. In particular, using methods recently developed in Heinrich et al., 2004, Klenk et al., 2004, and Schmidt and Spodarev, 2004, models of stochastic geometry ...

... Various workers have studied noise measurement/analysis in corrosion and electrochemistry. Iverson[43], using a voltmeter of high impedance type (II megohms) with a chopper stabilized circuit and an inert auxillary ...