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Stochastic Processes for Water Scientists Development and Applications

By: Robin T Clarke
Stochastic Processes for Water Scientists
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  • Stochastic Processes for Water Scientists ISBN: 9780471973485 Hardback Jan 1998 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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Deals with the analysis of events which occur intermittently in time and space. Through a wide range of examples drawn from many areas of environmental science in which the role of water is central, the book shows how the same procedures can be applied to many different problems.


Models: Deterministic, Time Series and Stochastic. Mathematical Preliminaries. Markov Chains: Applications to Modelling of Daily Rainfall. More on Markov Chains: Storage. Stochastic Reservoir Theory Applied to Rainfall-Runoff Modelling. The Poisson and Related Processes. Random Walks and Diffusion Processes. Some Computational Methods. References. Index.

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By: Robin T Clarke
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