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Assistant Policy Researcher, RAND; Ph.D. Candidate, Pardee RAND Graduate School
This paper outlines a theory of Probabilistic Information Processing and describes three experimental studies testing that theory.
Jan 1, 1966
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
This paper reports on a novel technique for literature indexing and searching in a mechanized library system.
The theory of pressure broadening is re-examined, in order to include the possibility of overlapping lines.
Jan 1, 1958
A theory of pressure broadening is developed which treats the perturbers quantum mechanically.
The resonant properties of axially symmetric cavities can be calculated using data obtained on an analogous static system in an electrolytic tank.
Jan 1, 1954
The authors investigate how solutions of a sequence of difference equations converge.
In a shifting register or binary counter, there is a real logical requirement for a short term or temporary storage facility.
Jan 1, 1953
The purpose of this paper is to present a further extension of the concept of a probability.
The authors treated a special differential equation with very simple boundary conditions and considered one of many possible difference equations.
Most of the well known significance tests and confidence intervals for the population mean are based on the assumption of a random sample.
Jan 1, 1951
A presentation of methods which determine some valid large sample tests and confidence intervals for the mortality rate.
Jan 1, 1950