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By Herbert Jr. Oertel, M. Böhle, J. Delfs, D. Hafermann, H. Holthoff

Dieses Buch wendet sich an Studenten der Ingenieurwissenschaften und Ingenieure der Raumfahrtindustrie und der Energieverfahrenstechnik. Es verkn?pft die klassischen Gebiete der Aerodynamik mit der Nichtgleichgewichts-Thermodynamik hei?er Gase. Am Beispiel des Wiedereintritts einer Raumkapsel in die Erdatmosph?re werden die aerothermodynamischen Grundlagen und numerischen Methoden zur Berechnung des Str?mungsfeldes der Raumkapsel im gaskinetischen und kontinuumsmechanischen Bereich der Wiedereintrittstrajektorie behandelt. Am Beispiel von Raumfahrtprojekten werden die Methoden entwickelt. Die Autoren sind anerkannte Spezialisten f?r dieses Fachgebiet.

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The above development shows that a dynamical system is a more fundamental entity than a random process since we can always construct an equivalent model for a random process in terms of a dynamical system–use the directly given representation, shift transformation, and zero time sampling function. The shift transformation on a sequence space introduced above is the most important transformation that we shall encounter. It is not, however, the only important transformation. When dealing with transformations we will usually use the notation T to reflect the fact that it is often related to the action of a 10 CHAPTER 1.

In the discrete case P has pmf p (a, b) = p(a) if a = b and 0 otherwise. Then HP (f ) = D(P ||P × P ). Note that if we let X and Y be the coordinate random variables on our product space, then both P and P × P give the same marginal probabilities to X and Y , that is, PX = PY = P . P is an extreme distribution on (X, Y ) in the sense that with probability one X = Y ; the two coordinates are deterministically dependent on one another. P × P , however, is the opposite extreme in that it makes the two random variables X and Y independent of one another.

The second model will be referred to as a directly given random process. Which model is “better” depends on the application. For example, a directly given model for a random process may focus on the random process itself and not its origin and hence may be simpler to deal with. If the random process is then coded or measurements are taken on the random process, then it may be better to model the encoded random process in terms of random variables defined on the original random process and not as a directly given random process.

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