Examples of Markov chains

This article contains examples of Markov chains and Markov processes in action.
Théâtre de la Reine
The Théâtre de la Reine ou Théâtre du Trianon is a theater built for Queen Marie-Antoinette by the architect Richard Mique from June 1778 to July 1779. It is located in the grounds of the Petit Trianon, in the park of the Palace of Versailles, hidden
Valais Monster
Valais Monster, also known as Eischoll Wolf, and Mysterious animal of Leuk, is the nickname of one or more ferocious beasts that attacked numerous herds in the canton of Valais, Switzerland, from April 1946. Starting from the report of the herds devoured
Scuderia Lancia
The Scuderia Lancia, which later became the Squadra Corse HF Lancia, is the racing workshop of the Lancia car company, created in 1952 by Gianni Lancia, son of the brand's founder. The Scuderia Lancia officially began competing in motor sports
Regalia of the Pharaoh
The regalia of the pharaoh are the symbolic objects of the royalty of Ancient Egypt, including crowns, headdresses, and scepters
Laval Castle (France)
The Laval Castle is a castle located in Laval, in the French department of Mayenne. Its foundation in the 10th century allowed the birth of the city. Emblematic monument of Laval, it occupies a rocky promontory above the Mayenne River. It is composed of
Cormery Abbey
Comercy Abbey or Saint-Paul de Cormery Abbey is a former Benedictine abbey located on the territory of the commune of Cormery in the French department of Indre-et-Loire in the Centre-Val de Loire region
Wrong way risk
In Finance, a Wrong way risk (WWR) occurs when credit exposure to a counterparty is negatively correlated with the credit quality of that counterparty. In other words, the more a party gains on a trade, the more likely it is for the counterparty to
Kraljic matrix
In supply chain management, the Kraljic matrix is a method used to segment the purchases or suppliers of a company by dividing them into four classes, based on the complexity of the supply market and the importance of the purchases or suppliers. This
Non-financial asset
A non-financial asset is an asset that cannot be traded on the financial markets and whose value is derived by its physical net worth rather than from a contractual claim, as opposed to a financial asset. Non-financial assets may be tangible but also
Inzer (surname)
Inzer is a surname. People with that surname include:Drew Inzer, American football offensive lineman James C. Inzer (1887–1967), 16th Lieutenant Governor of Alabama William H. Inzer (1906–1978), Justice of the Supreme Court of