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segment of a Gaussian random process with the same covariance structure. This entropy is in turn bounded above by the entropy of the minimal order Gauss Markov process satisfying the given covariance constraints. Such a process exists and has a convenient characterization by means of the Yule Walker equations given below. Note on the choice of a1 , . . . , ap and 2 : Given a sequence of covariances R(0), R(1), . . . , R(p), does there exist a pth-order Gauss Markov process with these covariances Given a process of the form (12.43), can we choose the ak s to satisfy the constraints Multiplying (12.43) by Xi l and taking expectations, noting that R(k) = R( k), we get
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an important mental skill by elite athletes (Bull et al., 2005; Calmels, d Arripe-Longueville, Fournier, & Soulard, 2003) and sport psychology consultants (Ravizza, 2006). Self-monitoring and self-evaluation are critical precursors to effective self-regulation and success in sport (Chen & Singer, 1992; Kirschenbaum & Wittrock, 1984). Productive thinking is the ability to manage thoughts to effectively prepare for and respond to life events in a way that facilitates personal success and well-being. Research has substantiated that successful athletes think more productively than less successful athletes. Successful athletes focus more on task-relevant thoughts and are less likely to be distracted (Eklund, 1994, 1996; Gould et al., 1992a, 1992b; Gould, Eklund, et al., 1993; Gould, Dieffenbach, et al., 2002; Greenleaf et al., 2001; Jones et al., 2002; Orlick & Partington, 1988). A unique study by McPherson (2000) examined the thinking of collegiate tennis players by recording their thoughts during and after each point in a tennis match based on the questions What were you thinking during that point and What are you thinking now The elite athletes thoughts were task-oriented, involved planning strategies, focused on problem solving, and focused confidently on enabling feelings and beliefs about their competence and ability to succeed. The novice athletes thoughts included more expressions of frustration and emotion and were indicative of low confidence and having negative expectations and a consistent desire to quit. Successful elite athletes have also been shown to be optimistic, hopeful, and adaptively perfectionistic in setting high personal standards, but not being overly concerned with making mistakes (Gould, Dieffenbach, et al., 2002). Research with professional baseball, professional basketball, and collegiate swimming teams found that optimistic teams performed better than pessimistic teams (Seligman, 1998). Rational thinking and perspective have been shown to be important mental skills for the mental resilience needed to cope with the uncontrollable obstacles and setbacks inherent in competitive sport (Bull et al., 2005; Gould, Eklund, et al., 1993; Gould, Finch, et al., 1993; Greenleaf et al., 2001; Jones et al., 2002; Thelwell, Weston, & Greenlees, 2005). Finally, expert athletes have demonstrated adaptive attributional patterns to explain their performance successes and failures (Cleary & Zimmerman, 2001; Kitsantas & Zimmerman, 2002), which serves to enhance their motivation. Expert coaches demonstrate several forms of productive thinking, including mental rehearsal of competition plans, maintaining a positive focus, and knowing how to occupy their thoughts
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maximum likelihood estimation, 404 Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution, 409, 662 Maxwell s demon, 507 maze, 97 Mazo, J., xxiii McDonald, R.A., 345, 709 McEliece, R.J., 696, 697, 709 McLaughlin, S.W., 718 McMillan, B., 69, 158, 709, see also Shannon-McMillan-Breiman theorem McMillan s inequality, 141 MDL (minimum description length), 501 mean value theorem, 247 mean-variance theory, 614 measure theory, xx median, 257 medical testing, 375 Melsa, J.L., 702 memoryless, 184, 216, 280, 513, 563, 572, 588, 593, 610, see also channel, discrete memoryless merges, 149 Merhav, N., 461, 462, 700, 709, 718, 721 Merton, R.C., 709 Messerschmitt, D.G., 707 method of types, xv, 347, 357, 361, 665 metric, 46 microprocessor, 468 microstate, 55, 409, 411 MIMO (multiple-input multiple-output), 611 minimal suf cient statistic, 38 minimax redundancy, 456 minimum description length, 3, 501, 508 minimum distance, 213, 325, 332 between convex sets, 332 relative entropy, 367 minimum variance, 396 minimum weight, 212 Minkowski, H., 710 Mirsky, L., 710 Mitchell, J.L., 711 mixed strategy, 391 mobile telephone, 607 models of computation, 464 modem, 273, 442 modulation, 3, 263 modulo 2 arithmetic, 211, 308, 596
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