# Appendix a to applied probability: directory of m-functions and m  (Page 13/24)

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canonic.m The procedure determines the distribution for a simple random variable in affine form, when the minterm probabilities are available. Input data are a row vector of coefficientsfor the indicator functions in the affine form (with the constant value last) and a row vector of the probabilities of the minterm generated by the events. Results consist of a row vector of values and arow vector of the corresponding probabilities.

% CANONIC file canonic.m Distribution for simple rv in affine form % Version of 6/12/95% Determines the distribution for a simple random variable % in affine form, when the minterm probabilities are available.% Uses the m-functions mintable and csort. % The coefficient vector must contain the constant term. % If the constant term is zero, enter 0 in the last place.c = input(' Enter row vector of coefficients '); pm = input(' Enter row vector of minterm probabilities ');n = length(c) - 1; if 2^n ~= length(pm)error('Incorrect minterm probability vector length'); endM = mintable(n); % Provides a table of minterm patterns s = c(1:n)*M + c(n+1); % Evaluates X on each minterm[X,PX] = csort(s,pm); % s = values; pm = minterm probabilitiesXDBN = [X;PX]';disp('Use row matrices X and PX for calculations') disp('Call for XDBN to view the distribution')

canonicf.m function [x,px] = canonicf(c,pm) is a function version of canonic, which allows arbitrary naming of variables.

function [x,px] = canonicf(c,pm)% CANONICF [x,px] = canonicf(c,pm) Function version of canonic% Version of 6/12/95 % Allows arbitrary naming of variablesn = length(c) - 1; if 2^n ~= length(pm)error('Incorrect minterm probability vector length'); endM = mintable(n); % Provides a table of minterm patterns s = c(1:n)*M + c(n+1); % Evaluates X on each minterm[x,px] = csort(s,pm); % s = values; pm = minterm probabilities

jcalc.m Sets up for calculations for joint simple random variables. The matrix P of $P\left(X={t}_{i},Y={u}_{j}\right)$ is arranged as on the plane (i.e., values of Y increase upward). The MATLAB function meshgrid is applied to the row matrix X and the reversed row matrix for Y to put an appropriate X -value and Y -value at each position. These are in the “calculating matrices” t and u , respectively, which are used in determining probabilities and expectations of various functions of $t,u$ .

% JCALC file jcalc.m Calculation setup for joint simple rv % Version of 4/7/95 (Update of prompt and display 5/1/95)% Setup for calculations for joint simple random variables % The joint probabilities arranged as on the plane% (top row corresponds to largest value of Y) P = input('Enter JOINT PROBABILITIES (as on the plane) ');X = input('Enter row matrix of VALUES of X '); Y = input('Enter row matrix of VALUES of Y ');PX = sum(P); % probabilities for X PY = fliplr(sum(P')); % probabilities for Y[t,u] = meshgrid(X,fliplr(Y));disp(' Use array operations on matrices X, Y, PX, PY, t, u, and P')

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