An understanding of fluctuations and their role is both useful and
fundamental to the study of physics. This concise study of random
processes offers graduate students and research physicists a survey
that encompasses both the relationship of Brownian Movement with
statistical mechanics and the problem of irreversible processes. It
outlines the basics of the physics involved, without the strictures
of mathematical rigor.
The three-part treatment starts with a general survey of Brownian
Movement, including electrical Brownian Movement and "shot-noise,"
Part two explores correlation, frequency spectrum, and distribution
function, with particular focus on application to Brownian
Movement. The final section examines noise in electric currents,
including noise in vacuum tubes and a random rectangular current.
Frequent footnotes amplify the text, along with an extensive
selection of Appendixes.
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