Markov chains or processes, Mathematics

What is Markov Chains or Processes?

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The Markov processes are described as a set of trials which follow a specific sequence that depend on a given set of probabilities identified as transition probabilities. These probabilities show how a particular activity or product moves from one state to another.

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