## Developments in Mathematical Psychology: Information, Learning, and Tracking ; a Study of the Behavioral Models Project, Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia University |

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### Contents

THE DISCRETE THEORY | 5 |

The Discrete Noiseless System | 15 |

The Discrete Noisy System | 33 |

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