Handbook of Applicable Mathematics: Contents and General Index
Wiley, May 3, 1991 - Science - 136 pages
Designed to accompany a multi-volume reference work on mathematics, this volume contains contents and indexes for the entire collection of volumes.
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RANDOM VARIABLES AND THEIR REALIZATIONS PROBABILITY
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algebra algorithm analysis of variance Analytic approximation Arithmetic Autoregressive Ballot problem Banach Bayes Bayesian Binomial C-R inequality calculus Canonical correlation Cartesian coordinates Catalan numbers Cauchy principal value Cauchy-Schwarz inequality Characteristic Chebyshev polynomials Chi-squared distribution Combinatorial Conditional Confidence interval Confidence regions Congruence Conjugate Constraint contingency tables continued fractions Continuous distribution Convergence Convex functions Convolution correlation coefficient Covariance curve definition discrete equilibria Examples explanatory variables exponential factors finite games formulae Fourier series Fredholm Further reading geometry graph groups independent integral equations Interpolation Introduction Kalman filter Least squares estimation Legendre likelihood function LINEAR MODELS linear operators linear regression matrix Maximum likelihood estimation minimum-variance unbiased estimates multinomial multiplication multivariate Non-central Non-linear Normal distribution norms Orthogonal parameter Poisson populations probability properties quadrature random variables ratio reading and references repeated games sampling distribution Sequential Shannon approach significance level spaces SPRT statistic symmetric tensors theorem theory trigonometry Two-sample University of Lancaster University of Sussex vector