Using an alternate representation of the Marcum Q-function, an expression for the bivariate Rayleigh cumulative distribution function is found in the form of a single integral with finite limits and an integrand composed of elementary functions. This result has advantage over previous forms of the same CDF which involve the Marcum Q-function itself or are expressed as infinite series of products of integrals.
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- Modeling and Simulation
- Computer Science Applications
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering