Probability Models in Engineering and Science

Probability Models in Engineering and Science

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Certainty exists only in idealized models. Viewed as the quantification of uncertainties, probabilitry and random processes play a significant role in modern engineering, particularly in areas such as structural dynamics. Unlike this book, however, few texts develop applied probability in the practical manner appropriate for engineers. Probability Models in Engineering and Science provides a comprehensive, self-contained introduction to applied probabilistic modeling. The first four chapters present basic concepts in probability and random variables, and while doing so, develop methods for static problems. The remaining chapters address dynamic problems, where time is a critical parameter in the randomness. Highlights of the presentation include numerous examples and illustrations and an engaging, human connection to the subject, achieved through short biographies of some of the key people in the field. End-of-chapter problems help solidify understanding and footnotes to the literature expand the discussions and introduce relevant journals and texts. This book builds the background today's engineers need to deal explicitly with the scatter observed in experimental data and with intricate dynamic behavior. Designed for undergraduate and graduate coursework as well as self-study, the text's coverage of theory, approximation methods, and numerical methods make it equally valuable to practitioners.Reciprocating Machinery Dynamics: Design and Analysis, Abdulla S. Rangwala 1 35. Maintenance Excellence: Optimizing ... Micromachining of Engineering Materials, edited by Joseph McGeough 140. Control Strategies for Dynamicanbsp;...

Title:Probability Models in Engineering and Science
Author:Haym Benaroya, Seon Mi Han, Mark Nagurka
Publisher:CRC Press - 2005-06-24


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