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By David R. Axelrad

For the earlier 3 a long time the mechanics of established media, often referred to as micromechanics, has been famous as a massive new technique within the research of fabric behaviour. This publication discusses the fashionable use of mathematical research to the stochastic mechanics of discrete media. The theoretical examine is for this reason in response to set and degree concept and the appliance of element processes.

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49) where F is closed under the operations of intersections, unions and complements. The probability measure "P" is a set function since its argument is in general a set that may contain more than one point. Evidently, the probability associated with the set of all outcomes {w} or il is unity. The space il containing all possible outcomes together with the a-field F of events forms a measurable space [il, Fj. 1) or the triple til, F, Pj is a "probability space" consisting of til, Fj and the measure P on F with P{ ill = 1.

Another theorem of interest in the subsequent analysis of discrete media concerns the second moment of a random variable (see also Elliott [48], and others). 87) become important in dealing with the "transient behaviour" of microstructures, when considered from a system theoretical point of view (see also [49]). In the formulation of "evolution relations" of discrete media as discussed in Chapter 3 of this volume, it is often convenient to consider a class of real random processes known as "martingales".

In particular a "a-field" for the class of non-empty event sets Ei can be defined as follows: (i) Ei E F => E'j E F; i = 1,2 ... 49) where F is closed under the operations of intersections, unions and complements. The probability measure "P" is a set function since its argument is in general a set that may contain more than one point. Evidently, the probability associated with the set of all outcomes {w} or il is unity. The space il containing all possible outcomes together with the a-field F of events forms a measurable space [il, Fj.

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