By Samson Abramsky (auth.), Ugo Montanari, Vladimiro Sassone (eds.)
This publication constitutes the refereed court cases of the seventh overseas convention on Concurrency conception, CONCUR '96, held in Pisa, Italy, in August 1996.
The quantity offers 37 revised complete papers chosen from a complete of 133 submissions; additionally incorporated are seven invited papers. The contributions are grouped into topical sections on technique algebras, express techniques, the pi-calculus, decidability and complexity, likelihood, sensible and constraint programming, Petri nets, verification, automata and causality, sensible versions, and shared-memory systems.
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I (m,+m2-2-i)! (rn2- 1 - i)! (A) ,n2 ,II,-I i (m, +m2-2-i)! i -m - I - i)! B. Dependent Central Chi-square (-) Central ChiSquare DIFFERENCE OF CHI-SQUARE RANDOM VARIABLES 29 To simplify the expressions, we introduce the parameters 112 y- = [(of- o:)1+ 4o:of(l- p i ) ] o;o; (1- p 2 ) Note that a+2 0 and a-2 0. 19) o;0;2 (1- p 2 ) C. ; and Y, are independent noncentral and central chi-square distributed RVs with n, and n, degrees of freedom, respectively. 1 (m,-l+i)! (m2- 1 - i)! (m, - I)! (m2- 1- i)!
Independent Central Chi-square (-) Central ChiSquare Define Y = - Y, where I: and Y, are independent central chi-square distributed RVs with n, and n, degrees of freedom, respectively. 3 -- - - Note that K,(x)is defined for 0 < x I whereas I , ( x ) is defined I x I and is an even function of x . for 1 ,exp 20, ) 1 20: [ 1 - -( 2 ; ) (rn - ( 1 111-1 ) (2(m- 1) - i)! i m I - i)! nl-l (2(m- 1) - i)! ~m1 - i)! m-I i (2(m- 1) - i)! 1 P, (y) = exp[ 2; :,) ( r n - ~)! [-~ ~ ? ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ( i - ~ ) ! ( r n - ~ - i ) i-l [ nl-I i ( 2 ( m- 1) - i)!
Independent Central Chi-square (+) Central ChiSquare Define now the RV Z = I: + Y, = I: - Z2. Also, for the results of Section 4A, define the notation Then, it can be shown that the PDF of Z is given by Note that since Z only takes on positive (or zero) values, the PDF of Z is defined only for z 2 0 . 6) since in some instances the substitution 0;-+ -0; in the generic form of the PDF of Y might result in functions with imaginary or undefined arguments. In these instances, one is better off deriving the result for the chi-square sum directly from a convolution of the individual chi-square RV PDFs rather than from the result for the chi-square difference.
CONCUR '96: Concurrency Theory: 7th International Conference Pisa, Italy, August 26–29, 1996 Proceedings by Samson Abramsky (auth.), Ugo Montanari, Vladimiro Sassone (eds.)