Main Question or Discussion Point
what is the advantage of using a gaussian distribution of noise (white/colored) in a system over any other distribution ??
You are misinterpreting what the Gaussian distribution means, I think. Each number is equally likely: no more 50s than 99s. But it is more likely that adding any random two together will give an answer nearer to 100 than to 200 or 2. So it's the average and not the individual number that counts.okay so u mean to say all random number distributions naturally follow the gaussian distribution?? say we need to insert 10^10 numbers between 1-100, where all the 100 places are equally likely to be filled. so eben in this case u mean to say on an avg there will be more number of numbers in 51 and 50?? if yes, then why should it be like that, as all numbers are equally likely to be filled..