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- Markovian is an adjective that may describe: In probability theory and statistics, subjects named for Andrey Markov: A Markov chain or Markov process...
- application in Bayesian statistics and artificial intelligence. The adjective Markovian is used to describe something that is related to a Markov process. A Markov...
- Markovian Parallax Denigrate is a series of unexplained texts posted to Usenet in 1996. The posts are often mentioned in conjunction with other bizarre...
- evidence and the triplet Markov models and which allows to fuse data in Markovian context and to model nonstationary data. Note that alternative multi-stream...
- theory, a discipline within the mathematical theory of probability, a Markovian arrival process (MAP or MArP) is a mathematical model for the time between...
- a Markovian facility that was cleared out by Black Lightning and the A.S.A. commandos that he rescued after Odell claimed to her that the Markovians killed...
- Markovian discrimination in spam filtering is a method used in CRM114 and other spam filters to model the statistical behaviors of spam and nonspam more...
- dynamical process. Usually a kinetic scheme represents a Markovian process, while for non-Markovian processes generalized kinetic schemes are used. Figure...
- Dynamics of Markovian particles (DMP) is the basis of a theory for kinetics of particles in open heterogeneous systems. It can be looked upon as an application...
- equation in Lindblad form, or Lindbladian is the most general type of Markovian and time-homogeneous master equation describing (in general non-unitary)...
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