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Abandoning the assumptions in the above two theorems leads very quickly to difficulties with approximating the signal by its Fourier series. 2 Approximation of periodic signals by finite Fourier sums 29 Fig. 1. 1, plotted against the original signal x(t). Fig. 2. 1, plotted against the original signal x(t). 5). Fourier sums diverge to infinity. However, even for them, one can guarantee that the averages of consecutive Fourier sums converge to the signal for each t: s0 (t) + s1 (t) + · · · + sM (t) → x(t) as M → ∞.

2. The histogram of daily voltage readings on an electrical outlet. 2. In this chapter, we will discuss analytical tools for the study of such random quantities. The discrete and continuous random quantities are introduced, but we also show that, in the presence of fractal phenomena, the above classification is not exhaustive. , will symbolize measurements of experiments with uncertain outcomes. 1 Discrete, continuous, and singular random quantities 49 PX (a, b] = P(a < X ≤ b) = P(X ∈ (a, b]) that X takes values in the interval (a, b].

In this case is easily computable: FX (x) = 0 1−e for x < 0; −x/μ for x ≥ 0. f. f. 3. s often appear in applications as probability distributions of random waiting times between Poisson events discussed earlier in this section. For example, under certain simplifying assumptions, it can be proven that the time intervals between consecutive hits of a website have an exponential probability distribution. 1 Discrete, continuous, and singular random quantities 55 Fig. 5. ) fX (x) of an exponentially distributed random quantity with parameter μ = 1.

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