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Colored Noise

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: Colored Noise
  • From: Tom Marchioro <tlm at philippi.chemistry.mcmaster.ca>
  • Date: Thu, 13 Feb 92 12:19:29 EST

Here is an interesting question I was asked by someone yesterday:  "Is there
a way of generating 'colored noise' (as opposed to white noise) in 
Mathematica?"  Seems my friend wants to generate a few tables of colored
noise in order to compare a predictor-corrector method she is working on
with some other results.  My knowldge of the subject is rather limited, 
any aficionados out there?


tom marchioro
departments of physics and chemistry
mcmaster university

tlm at philippi.Chemistry.McMaster.CA





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