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weiner process conditional expected maximum? [on hold]

Suppose we have weiner process over interval t=0 to t=1, with standard deviation 1 over interval and mean 0. If time now is r where r between 0 and 1 and x is current value of process and m is ...
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TransformedDistribution with respect to new variable

Given a custom pdf $f_x(x)$, I'm trying to find it's transformation $f_y(y)$ where $$y=x^2$$ and $$f_x(x)=30*x^2 (1 - x)^2, 0<x<1$$ I tried to using the following commands: ...
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How to use a custom CDF in a Kolmogorov-Smirnov test

How do I use a custom CDF that I defined for a Kolmogorov-Smirnov test. I have one input vector of data whose CDF I claim to have derived but want to check whether it agrees with my closed form ...
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Chi square: compare two different distribution

I try to compare two file with two different distribution of numbers. So i have random1.dat and random2.dat each one are vectors of more then 1000 rows. I saw from this question Doing a chi-square ...
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Randomness test suites that can be invoked from Mathematica

There are several test suites referenced at csrc.nist.gov designed to test a (pseudo-)random byte sequence for randomness, and discover possible skews, correlations, patterns, or other hidden ...
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Filtering Lists in Mathematica [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Select/Delete with Sublist elements? I need help in filtering long lists of x,y coordinates.Lets use the following list as an ...
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Total Variation Distance of probability matrix

How can I calculate the Total Variation Distance of a transition Matrix? is there any built in function? I've searched all documentation and haven;t found anything. ** More information: Let me try ...
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Persistence length of a polymer chain

I'm trying to calculate the persistence length (Lp) of a polymer chain using Mathematica. The first and simplest method is to compare the EuclideanDistance between ...
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Expectation over a list with nested-mapped expressions

I need expected values of a list where the random variable to take expectations over should be an input into expressions defined earlier. I suspect Set[] and SetDelayed[] tripped me. (Or Map and ...