by Dinesh Thakur Category: Information and System Concepts

A deterministic system is one in which the occurrence of all events is known with certainty. If the description of the system state at a particular point of time of its operation is given, the next state can be perfectly predicted.

A probabilistic system is one in which the occurrence of events cannot be perfectly predicted. Though the behavior of such a system can be described in terms of probability, a certain degree of error is always attached to the prediction of the behavior of the system.



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