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ergodic

[ər′gäd·ik]
(statistics)
Property of a system or process in which averages computed from a data sample over time converge, in a probabilistic sense, to ensemble or special averages.
Pertaining to such a system or process.
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In this section, we present numerical results to verify simulation counterpart in terms of Average post processed SIR, Ergodic capacity, ABER and Probability of Outage for CR-OC system in flat Rayleigh faded environment.
After that, the average throughput can be determined by evaluating the ergodic capacity at AP [18].
An invariant Borel probability measure is ergodic if every measurable invariant set has measure 0 or 1.
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In fact, for the class of abelian groups, the above result gives a new, geometrically flavored proof of the mean ergodic theorem in combination with the following result.
For Latham, more than for Aarseth, there is an almost utopian cast to the ergodic as exemplified in the periodical; thus he presents it not only as exemplifying the challenges of the process of digitization (how does one recapture the myriad pathways open to the original readers?
Chapters 2 to 5 are 'primarily concerned with constructing a conceptual map that could include both ergodic and non-ergodic literature' (p.
Accordingly, the resulting ergodic distribution exhibits far less polarization than in the primary sector.
This study investigates the ergodic capacity analysis of a multiple relay integrated satellite-terrestrial cooperative system over independent and non-identical fading distribution paths between S [right arrow] D, S [right arrow] [R.
2 MIMO system and analyze its microwave theoretic as well as communication theoretic performance metrics such as S-parameters, antenna efficiency, radiation patterns, BER, and ergodic capacity.
Specifically, we derive the analytical expressions for cumulative distributed functions (CDF), probability density function, outage probability, generalized moments, Ergodic capacity and average symbol error rates.
The announcement of the award cited her, in part, for successfully constructing "a measure-preserving conjugacy between Thurston's earthquake flow on Teichmuller space and horocycle flow on the associated space of quadratic differentials and as an immediate and long sought-after consequence of this to prove that earthquake flow is ergodic.