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On regression analysis of a homogeneous random field on a compact group

T. Nagai

On regression analysis of a homogeneous random field on a compact group

by T. Nagai

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Published by University of Sheffield Dept of Probability & Statistics in [Sheffield] .
Written in English


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Cover title.

Statementby T.Nagai.
SeriesResearch report / Manchester-Sheffield School of Probability and Statistics -- 42/TN 3, Research report (Manchester-Sheffield School of Probability and Statistics) -- 42/TN 3.
ContributionsUniversity of Sheffield. Department of Probability and Statistics., Manchester-Sheffield School of Probability and Statistics.
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Open LibraryOL13971513M

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