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Stochastic Functions of Blueshift vs. Redshift (Brief)

By Huang, Cres

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Title: Stochastic Functions of Blueshift vs. Redshift (Brief)  
Author: Huang, Cres
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Science, Doppler Effect
Collections: Science, Science Fiction Collection, Authors Community, Medicine
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Publisher: Cres Huang
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Viewing the random motion, an observer might think it is 50-50 chances that an object would move toward or away. It might be intuitive, however, it is far from the truth. This study derives the probability function of blueshift vs. redshift effect of signal detection. The probability function of blueshift is the risk of collision. It is also the chance to interact in dynamics. I believe it can be use to study risk vs. survival, navigation, dynamic interaction, and other applications.

Even we might not be fully aware of Doppler effect in our daily life, it is everywhere in signal transmission over variable distance, e.g. sight and sound of moving object. Basically, any signal delivery in changing distance between the sender and the receiver. All creatures cope with Doppler effect. Ball player, predator and it's prey, mobile radio, echolocation, etc. This study Derives the stochastic functions of blueshift and redshift. The fact is, redshift detection is highly dominating in all observations. Under the conditions of no quality loss of radiation over distance, and the observer has perfect vision; It is more than 92% probability of detecting redshift in three-dimensional space observation, 87% surface, and 75% linear. It explains why high redshift detection in cosmic redshift survey such as NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database (NED).

Doppler blueshift detection is terminal event. It will terminate and switch to redshift at zero meridian. On the other hand, redshift could continue beyond the limit of observation. This natural of Doppler effect makes redshift highly dominating in all observations. It is more than 92% probability of detecting redshift in space.

Table of Contents
1 Introduction 2 Creation of Doppler Effect 3 Mathematical Model of Blueshift Detection in Space 4 Probability Function of Blueshift Detection 5 Probability Distribution of Blueshift Detection 6 Underlying Conditions 7 Probability Function in Surface Observation 8 Probability Function in Linear Observation 9 Summary 10 Appendixes I - Accumulated Probability Distribution 11 Appendixes II - Cross-Check with Redshift Survey


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