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nomadreid

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[1] He uses the term “probability density distribution” ρ(ξ) of a stationary (stochastic) process ξ.This sounds to me like a hybrid of “probability distribution” and “probability density function”, and that only one of them should be chosen. Am I wrong? If so, the first one?

[2] when talking about stationary processes, he writes in the original “stationary stochastic process”. Is this redundant –shall I eliminate “stochastic”, or leave it in?

[3] When he is referring to deBroglie waves, he writes “deBroglie matter waves”. Is the “matter” definitely to be left out, or can it be left in for emphasis?