stochastic variable


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stochastic variable

[stō′kas·tik ′ver·ē·ə·bəl]
(mathematics)
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The stochastic variable X([theta]) has the cumulant generating function
Let stochastic variable K be the number of downloads during a unit of time, and stochastic variable J be the number of files per download.
0] = a vector (k X 1) of current values of each stochastic variable,
Because doubles the number of stochastic variables so N to 2N and [mu] to 2[mu] becomes.
Both the productivity of the asset and consumption are assumed to be known, whereas the capital gain on the asset and the interest are stochastic variables that are negatively correlated.
Two stochastic variables were implemented into the model: (1) demand and (2) lead time.