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Recommended book on random processes to understand new functionality in Mathematica 9?
I am interested in exploring the new functionality on random processes available in Mathematica 9, but I am not familiar with all of the underlying mathematics. Could you recommend a book that ...
Dec 26 '12 at 9:02
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