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Topic: rayleigh
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Derek Goring

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Re: rayleigh
Posted: May 2, 2013 12:07 AM
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On Thursday, May 2, 2013 3:02:09 PM UTC+12, fery gus wrote:
> dear friend..
>
> how can i generate sea clutter with rayleigh distributed in matlab?
>
> For the independent and identically distributed RVs w1,i and w2,i (1=1,2,..) distributed as N(0,sigma^2), the RV: zi=(w1,i^2, w2,i^2)^(1/p). value of p can be p>=1 o p<=1.
>
> thanks & best regards for your answer..


Your request is not clear.
Are you wanting to generate random sea-wave heights with a Rayleigh distribution?
If so, you need to specify the RMS (root mean square).
Or is it something else?


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5/1/13
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