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See also: distribution introduction |
Probability distributions describe the possible outcomes of experiments.
They are in some kind a universal description of the underlying random
processes. In order to give a first impression, consider the questions
below. The answers to the questions could be found easily if we knew the
probability distributions of the involved processes.
Last Update: 2004-Jul-03