Statistical Relationships


A statistical relationship exists between states if one state influences the frequencies of occurrences of the other state. The statistical relationship is described either by joint or by conditional frequencies of occurrences of potential forms of states (see (4.1.24) to (4.1.26)). If the states exhibit statistical regularities, the statistical relationship is described by joint or conditional probability distributions (see (4.4.7) and (4.4.8)).


Gaussian Process Statistical Relationship Statistical Regularity Channel Capacity Potential Form 
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