|Feb23-12, 06:47 PM||#1|
Normal distribution modified by "potential"
For a random process the distribution if described by a gaussian distribution. But if the process has components that throw off the normal distribution, can any distribution be described by a gaussian distribution with another function, call it a potential, in the exponent of the gaussian added to the squared term?
|Feb23-12, 07:38 PM||#2|
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