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Two draft chapters for a volume of the series, A Water Quality Simulation Model for Well-Mixed Estuaries and Coastal Areas.
Jan 1, 1972
Author comments on contributions to the balanced budget multiplier theorem.
Jan 1, 1967
The mathematical theory of stochastic point processes in its probabilistic and statistical aspects is applied to nerve-impulse sequences.
Many problems in operations research, engineering, and economics require that several objectives be examined simultaneously.
Minimum Rayleigh number that will induce a state of convective motion in a Boussinesq fluid where temperature gradient is in direction of body force.
A statistical analysis to determine the factors that explain variation in the degree of government control in the provinces of South Vietnam.
An analysis of the effectiveness of crop spraying in South Vietnam in terms of its impact on Viet Cong rice rations.
The use of minimization of mean-square error as a technique for designing classifiers.
Jan 1, 1966
This paper presents a practical technique for obtaining the best linear unbiased (B.L.U.) estimator for a large class of error correlation models.
It is well known that the response to any given incident pulse can be constructed from the solution of the harmonic wave problem.
This paper outlines a theory of Probabilistic Information Processing and describes three experimental studies testing that theory.
This Memorandum formulates the problem and the definition of quantities of interest, and demonstrates certain fundamental equalities of the conditional distributions of the sample size occurring in Wald's sequential probability ratio test.
Feb 1, 1965
Review of book: Richard E. Barlow and Frank Proschan (with contributions by Larry C. Hunter), Mathematical Theory of Reliability.
Jan 1, 1965
A quantum-mechanical calculation of the scattering rate of light by light in the polarizable medium of a plasma is carried out.
Jan 1, 1964
Review of a book: Bargaining and Group Decision Making: Experiments in Bilateral Monopoly, by Sidney Siegel and Lawrence E. Fouraker.
Jan 1, 1961
Comparison of alternative methods of sentence structure determination.
This paper presents a method for estimating the elasticity of demand for labor with output held constant.
A number of approximate theories for supersonic and hypersonic flow over bodies of revolution at zero angle of attack are appraised.
Geometric projections have become increasingly important for the purpose of processing geographic (locational) data.
Study demonstrated that military homicides and suicides tended to conform to certain patterns resembling in many respects those of civilian groups.
Jan 1, 1960