I have been reading about topics that include statistics, and slowly start to get a grasp. However sometimes it seems to me that I dont get the simplest concepts.
White noise seems to have several definitions, from what i found out, but the most important is the constant amplitude in the frequency domain. It can be specifially gaussian distributed or not- which is not what i want to discuss.
The fact, that gives to trouble is whether the outcome of a point depends on the previous or not. If it doesnt(which makes sense to me) how would continuous-time white noise look like? Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_noise#Continuous-time_white_noise) mentions it but I dont really understand it. Sadly there is no entry in my mothertongue either.
Since this is my first question I would appreciate constructive feedback on possible improvements/standards for posts I should respect.