Mathematical Sciences

Lund University

Markov processes

Official Course Description


Markov chains and processes are a class of models which, apart from a rich mathematical structure, also has applications in many disciplines, such as telecommunications and production (queue and inventory theory), reliability analysis, financial mathematics (e.g., hidden Markov models), automatic control, and image processing (Markov fields).

The aim of this course is to give the student the basic concepts and methods for Poisson processes, discrete Markov chains and processes, and also the ability to apply them. The course presents examples of applications in different fields, in order to facilitate the use of the knowledge in other courses where Markov models appear.

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