On the Response of Linear Systems to Certain Non-Gaussian Random Inputs.

by Gaylord M. Northrop, P. M. Schultheiss


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Consideration of a special class of non-Gaussian inputs that can be generated by passing a Gaussian Markov process through a nonlinear device without energy storage whose input and output stand in 1 to 1 relation.

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