Process - (Stochastic|random) process

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A stochastic process is a process where the variable is a random variable that is time dependent.

A stochastic process is not deterministic, ie given a particular input, he is: * more likely to produce some outputs * less likely to produce others.


Example of random variable:

  • number of concurrent user
  • number of jobs in a queue
  • internet traffic
  • system available capacity
  • stock price
  • air temperatur



Process - Monte Carlo (method|experiment) (stochastic process simulations)

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