Multivariate Random Variables
In Chapter 2 we defined a random variable as a numerical function from the sample space into the real line. We introduced the concepts of cdf, pdf, and pmf as alternate means of describing a random variable. It is sometimes necessary to define more than one random variable on a probability space to study different aspects of a random phenomenon.
KeywordsIndependent Random Variable Computational Problem Independent Poisson Random Variable Bivariate Random Variable Multivariate Random Variable
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