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Determining probabilities by expansion on?

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  • Subject: [mg1850] Determining probabilities by expansion on?
  • From: yolo at utkvx.utcc.utk.edu (Yohon Lo)
  • Date: Mon, 7 Aug 1995 20:26:55 -0400
  • Organization: University of Tennessee-Knoxville

Does anyone know if you can use mathematica to EXPAND a generating
function and have it COME up with a probability function for it? The
problem is that I have a 2 dimensional generating function, G(x,y;t) and I
need to expand it to determine the probability P i,j(t). I can expand it
using Series command, but the results are to complicated to see by hand. I
also welcome any advices or hints on 2-D expansions. Thanks in advance.

Yohon Lo
Grad. Research. Assist.
Dept. Nuclear Engineering
Universtiy of Tennessee-Knoxville

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