Markov Process - in Popular Culture

In Popular Culture

The band Bad Religion has a song titled "The Markovian Process" on their album Stranger Than Fiction. The credited writer of the song, lead singer Greg Graffin, has a Ph.D. in zoology and degrees in anthropology and geology.

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