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Gaussian

A system whose probabilities are well described by the normal distribution, or bell shaped curve.
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For the MZIP-inverse Gaussian distribution, note that we can also use an inverse-Gaussian to model the degenerated random effects distribution, which would also lead to a closed-form expression for the joint distribution.
4786; the mode for the Gaussian distribution of mobile locations for [zeta] = 1 matches it when [kappa] = 2.
Jitter generated by RO can be represented as a Gaussian distribution with p mean and a standard deviation [8]
t] is the transmission power of the PU, PL is the path loss model with calibration path loss exponent [gamma] mentioned in the previous chapter, and [chi] is the zero-mean Gaussian distribution.
1987, The Poisson-Inverse Gaussian Distribution as an Alternative to the Negative Binomial, Scandinavian Actuarial Journal, 87: 113-127.
For visualization of the classification ability, we perform our algorithm on this synthesized data, and add the third class which is a single Gaussian distribution, we sample 200 samples.
Socrates points out the logical flaws as well as the fundamentally false assumption that risk factors have a symmetrical Gaussian distribution.
Lastly, the team found that, regardless of plant species or growth conditions, branch density data followed a Gaussian distribution that is truncated at the boundary of the plant.
tra] = [z(x,y)] denotes the training dataset of the trajectory and accords with the Gaussian distribution [24].
Being a general fading distribution, Nakagami-m fading model includes (as its singularities) other fading models such are Rayleigh distribution (by setting parameter m value m = 1), and one-sided Gaussian distribution (m = 1/2) [2].
The correction step ensures a mixture of Gaussian distribution of the filter density in order to increase the probability of the presence of the particles in the state space.
j] become the Gaussian distribution with mean value 0, namely:

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