New results for time averages as statistical averages

New results for time averages as statistical averages

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New results are presented for time averages as statistical averages. Expressions contain cumulative distribution functions rather than probability-density functions. Cases considered are f{x(t)} and g{x(t), y(t)}, where x(t) and y(t) are time sequences. Results are given for mean value, meansquare value and correlation coefficient. Sources of error are discussed.


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