Talk:Independent and identically distributed random variables

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In the "Generalizations" section, I am missing pairwise/k-wise independence mentioned (i.e. any pair/k-tuple in the sequence is independent, but larger subsets are not necessarily independent). Pairwise/k-wise independence is used in theoretical CS. --David Pal

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There in the text you will find "i.i.d. (für independent and identically distributed)".

Not soure how to add the langunage link in this page. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 17:59, 8 May 2013 (UTC)