2 edition of Selected tables in mathematical statistics. found in the catalog.
Selected tables in mathematical statistics.
H. Leon Harter
|Statement||Edited by the Institute of Mathematical Statistics. Coeditors: H. L. Harter and D. B. Owen.|
|Contributions||Owen, D. B. 1922-, Institute of Mathematical Statistics.|
|LC Classifications||QA276.25 .H372|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||74150421|
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Book Description: This book is exclusively devoted to the tables of mathematical statistics. It catalogues a large selection of tables in the field of mathematical statistics, with a small selection of mathematical tables lying outside statistics but often used with statistical tables.
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