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Poisson Distribution

In statistics, a distribution representing the probability of a random event that occurs at regular intervals on average. Each event occurs independently of every other one.
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The probability of obtaining a single photon during a unit-period of time is (in case of a perfectly Poissonian distribution):
(4), (5), (6) describe multimode fields comprised of modes with Poissonian, Binomial and Bose-Einstein statistics.
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This is because q, the probability of extinction starting from one individual, cannot be calculated explicitly neither in the Poissonian nor in the negative binomial case.
finally, under Poissonian assumption on the nucleation process it holds (Schneider and Weil, 2008, Eq.
A conditionally Poissonian model G(n, [alpha]) is proposed in [11], which has power-law degree distribution with exponent [alpha].
and Knopoff, L., Is the Sequence of Earthquakes in Southern California, with Aftershocks Removed, Poissonian?, Bull.
Characteristic nonstationary Poissonian variability, time trend, and seasonal components of mortality counts are observable, but the effect of the strike period is small compared with other sources of variability.
OUR CONCEPTUAL CONTRIBUTION: A CONTINGENT APPROACH OF THE CREDIT RISK WITH A DISTRIBUTION MODEL OF POISSONIAN RATES APPLIED TO AN F.R.N.
In addition, decay statistics are Poissonian, allowing the data to be rigorously analyzed.
If we assume that the degree distributions for wards and caregivers are Poissonian, the epidemic threshold (equation no.