Application of the method of the kernel function for solving boundary value problems by Stefan Bergman

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1960
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The use of models in experimental psychology by Richard C Atkinson

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1960
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Experimental analysis of a duoploy situation from the standpoint of mathematical learning theory by Patrick Suppes

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1960
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Dynamic inventory policy with varying stochastic demands by Stanford University

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1959
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Some extremal problems for a new class of univalent functions by Stanford University

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1957
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Regression analysis of continuous parameter time series by Emanuel Parzen

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1960
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Markov learning models for multiperson situations, i. the theory
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Optimal accelerated life designs for estimation by Herman Chernoff

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Optimal sequential designs are investigated for experiments to test whether a device subjected to a standard stress has an expected lifetime exceeding a specified value. It is assumed that the lifetime is exponentially distributed, with expectation a function of the stress and an unknown parameter; we assume this function is known (at least for some range of stresses). At each stage of experimentation, the experimenter chooses a stress level and obtains an observation of lif time at a cost proportional to the expected lifetime, i.e., proporional to the expected length of time requir d to obtain the obser ation. This cost may make it desirable to choose a greater than standard stress and perform an accelerated test. The case where the reciprocal of the expected life time is a quadratic function of stress is given particular attention. At each stage of experimentation, the optimal design involves randomizing between at most two stress levels. (Author)

Tables of the hypergeometric probability distribution by Gerald J Lieberman

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A model for the experimental measurement of the utility of gambling by H. L Royden

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1957
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Elementary proofs of propositions on leontief-minkowski matrices
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1960
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Variational methods in conformal mapping with applications to hydrodynamics by Peter William Shaw

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An integral equation governing electromagnetic waves by Stanford University

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1954
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The theory of decision procedures for distributions with monotone likelihood ratio by Samuel Karlin

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1955
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Note on estimating information by Colin Blyth

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Investigation was concerned with an estimation of the Shannon-Wiener measure of information. Low bias estimates are obtained, and their bias and variance. These estimates are extended to the case where the number of possible values of the random variable is not known. The estimates are compared asymptotically with the maximum likelihood estimates. Minimax estimates (squared error loss function) are found for a few very special cases

Some flows in a gravity field satisfying the exact free surface condition by Martin J Vitousek

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1954
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Surveillance programs for deteriorating lots in storage by Frederick S Hillier

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1962
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Military and civilian organizations require that a sufficient supply of materials be in storage to meet certain emergency needs that may arise. It is essential that a systematic program for the surveillance of stored items be maintained to insure that the supply of usable items is adequate. The determination of time between corrective actions is considered to minimize the total expected cost of the surveillance program. The operating characteristics of a given surveillance program are presented and a critical equation derived for general cost functions. It is developed and simplified for specific cost functions of interest with illustrative examples. Results are discussed and a suggestion made indicating how the principles can be applied in the initial absence of information regarding the distribution of storage life. Conclusions are summarized

Biased sampling : the noncentral hypergeometric probability distribution by Kenneth Ted Wallenius

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Consider a set S of L elements which is dichotomized in some manner (say, by an observable characteristic) into subsets M and N containing m and n = L - m elements, respectively, and a sampling mechanism which in some way selects a subset R of r elements from S. Let a be a realization of the random variable A denoting the number of elements in R arc of circle M. The hypothesis that the sampling mechanism is random is tested against the alternative of "non-randomness."