transition probability

transition probability

[tran′zish·ən ‚präb·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(mathematics)
Conditional probability concerning a discrete Markov chain giving the probabilities of change from one state to another.
(quantum mechanics)
The probability per unit time that a quantum-mechanical system will make a transition from a given initial state to a given final state.
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is called the transition probability matrix at time t.
Using this expression, the corresponding transition probability [P.
The complexity breakdown for the branch transition probability is shown in Table 2.
To select single point among several possible transition points as a syllable segmentation point, we smoothed the syllable transition probability using a sliding rectangular window (70 msec) and chose the local maxima (minimum peak distance: 50 msec).
In this section, we explain our transition probability heuristic that we use for estimating our POMDP's transition probability matrix.
f]): absolute transition probability of the E0 transition between [I.
To reflect the time intervals of timeliness of care reported in the literature, we modeled the transition probability from one cancer stage to another in 2-week intervals.
That being the case, the fact that for all groups except the STU the transition probabilities to some other nonemployment state are higher than the transition probability to employment suggests that looking at the employment transition probability alone as a measure of labor market attachment might be misleading.
The core concept of the model is, through analysis on historical traffic flow data, to yield transition probability values when upstream traffic flows transit to downstream traffic flows; then the value is combined with real-time traffic flows to forecast traffic flows.
ij](k), which is called one-step transition probability, indicates that it is in state i at time k and transfers to state j at time k+1; that is,

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