Random Iterative Models (Stochastic Modelling and Applied Probability) par Marie Duflo

August 21, 2018

Random Iterative Models (Stochastic Modelling and Applied Probability) par Marie Duflo

Titre de livre: Random Iterative Models (Stochastic Modelling and Applied Probability)

Auteur: Marie Duflo

ISBN: 3540571000

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The recent development of computation and automation has lead to quick advances in the theory and practice of recursive methods for stabilization, identification and control of complex stochastic models (guiding a rocket or a plane, organizing multiaccess broadcast channels, self-learning of neural networks ...). This book provides an up-to-date view of a wide range of those methods: stochastic approximation, linear and non-linear models, controlled Markov chains, estimation and adaptive control, learning ...Mathematicians (researchers and also students) and engineers will find here a self-contained account of many approaches to those theories.

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The recent development of computation and automation has lead to quick advances in the theory and practice of recursive methods for stabilization, identification and control of complex stochastic models (guiding a rocket or a plane, orgainizing multiaccess broadcast channels, self-learning of neural networks ...). This book provides a wide-angle view of those methods: stochastic approximation, linear and non-linear models, controlled Markov chains, estimation and adaptive control, learning ... Mathematicians familiar with the basics of Probability and Statistics will find here a self-contained account of many approaches to those theories, some of them classical, some of them leading up to current and future research. Each chapter can form the core material for a course of lectures. Engineers having to control complex systems can discover new algorithms with good performances and reasonably easy computation.