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Mar·kov

(mar'kōv),
Andrei, Russian mathematician, 1865-1922. See: Markov process.
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To simplify the writing, we use the following notations: Since a Markov chain is a discrete-time process, we can see it as a sequence of random variables {[X.
That evening Markov, who had been a critic of communist Bulgaria, developed a fever and was admitted to St James' Hospital in Balham, where he died four days later, on September 11, at the age of 49.
PRICKED Markov and, right, the tip of killer umbrella
We investigate the random vector defined as the n-th partial sum of a Markov source over a higher dimensional alphabet.
But District Judge Martin Walker said he did not believe Markov - who earns PS30 a day working at a car wash - posed a flight risk and granted him bail, on the condition that he did not enter Mecca Bingo, on Chandler's Wharf.
Markov, as cited by Interfax, suggested that the sanctions against Russia were unlikely to affect the construction of the underwater section of the conduit.
Markov got the inspiration for MoveMeFit after discovering the convenience and intensity or working out at home herself.
Markov was undeterred, at least until that fateful September day.
The first-order Markov chain technique has been used to synthesize and generate the wind speed data for the height of 10m from the monthly averaged wind data into the daily wind speed data for the coastal regions of Pakistan.
Markov, in an interview with SANA correspondent in Moscow on Friday, added that the U.
Strolling along the platform and whistling, a police officer named Petrov approached Markov with greetings from the dove on his left--and the brand-new holster on his right.
Bulgarian defector Georgi Markov, pictured, died in a London hospital on Monday night, five days after the man with the foreign accent stabbed him in the leg with an umbrella in the London rush-hour.