Hi. I just start MS degree in NYU. I need help with statistics Math problems.

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This is a stochastic process question.

Consider the process {X(t) , t>= 0 } defined by

X(t) = tY

where Y is a uniformly distributed random variable on the interval (0,1).

1. Compute for t > 0 the first-order density of X, f(t, x).

2. Give the expectation and the variance of X.

3. Compute the autocorrelation of X.

4. Does X have stationary increments?

5. Are the increments of X independent?

Subject | Mathematics |

Due By (Pacific Time) | 10/11/2012 12:00 am |

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