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**Markov**Information Source - Applications

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**Markov**sources are commonly used in communication theory, as a model of a transmitter ...

**Markov**sources also occur in natural language processing, where they are used to represent hidden meaning in a text ... Given the output of a

**Markov**source, whose underlying

**Markov**chain is unknown, the task of solving for the underlying chain is undertaken by the ...

**Markov**Kernel

... In probability theory, a

**Markov**kernel (or stochastic kernel) is a map that plays the role, in the general theory of

**Markov**processes, that the transition matrix does in the theory of

**Markov**processes with a finite ...

Conductance (graph) -

... For an ergodic reversible

**Markov**Chains... For an ergodic reversible

**Markov**chain with an underlying graph G, the conductance is a way to measure how hard it is to leave a small set of nodes ... Sinclair showed that conductance is closely tied to mixing time in ergodic reversible**Markov**chains ... Conductance is related to**Markov**chain mixing time in the reversible setting ...Troitsky

... Svyato-Troitsky

**Markov**Monastery... Svyato-Troitsky

**Markov**Monastery (Holy Trinity**Markov**Monastery) is one of two modern monasteries in Vitebsk (second one is female Svyato-Dukhov Monastery) ...**Markov**Monastery was founded in the 14th-15th century ... October Revolution, in 1920 Svyato-Troitsky**Markov**Monastery was abolished afresh ...**Markov**

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**Markov**(1965-), Russian biologist Andrey

**Markov**(1856–1922), Russian mathematician Andrey

**Markov**(Soviet mathematician) (1903–1979), son of Andrey

**Markov**John Markoff (born 1949), American journalist of ...

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