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  • ...$T$ is a finite set of symbols called ''transitions'', $P$ is a finite set of symbols called ''places'', $P \cap T = \emptyset$, $F$ is an incidence func ...aking, a Petri net is a labelled oriented [[bipartite graph]] having a set of vertices $T \cup P$ (see Figure, in which $P = \{p_1,p_2,p_3\}$, $T = \{a,b
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  • ...tatement of his 2nd problem, initiating his program for the foundations of mathematics'' -- see [[Hilbert problems]] By about 1820, mathematicians had developed deductively a large part of analysis using the real numbers and their properties as a starting point.
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  • ...ed in mathematics is continuously expanding; so this general definition of mathematics becomes ever richer in content. ...he first problems of mechanics and physics were already in this collection of fundamental mathematical ideas.
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  • ...'the discretization program'".</ref>These efforts took place over a period of about 50 years, with the following results: # the establishment of fundamental concepts related to limits
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  • "a history of Hilbert’s program for the foundations of mathematics, initiated by his Problems Address given in Paris, 1900" -- see [[Hilbert p ...to” (proved indirectly as a result of proving directly) the consistency of analysis:<ref>Hilbert (1902) §2</ref>
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  • ...ighted by the author(s), the article has been donated to ''Encyclopedia of Mathematics'', and its further issues are under ''Creative Commons Attribution Share-Al <center>''University of Saint-Petersburg''</center>
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  • ...ighted by the author(s), the article has been donated to ''Encyclopedia of Mathematics'', and its further issues are under ''Creative Commons Attribution Share-Al population or a part of it, such as the residents of a country or the
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  • ...ighted by the author(s), the article has been donated to ''Encyclopedia of Mathematics'', and its further issues are under ''Creative Commons Attribution Share-Al Department of Statistics
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  • ...ighted by the author(s), the article has been donated to ''Encyclopedia of Mathematics'', and its further issues are under ''Creative Commons Attribution Share-Al Mixture distributions are convex combinations of ''component''
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  • ...ighted by the author(s), the article has been donated to ''Encyclopedia of Mathematics'', and its further issues are under ''Creative Commons Attribution Share-Al Biostatistics Unit, Department of Public Heath
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  • ...ighted by the author(s), the article has been donated to ''Encyclopedia of Mathematics'', and its further issues are under ''Creative Commons Attribution Share-Al ...e carefully designed and implemented. This entry focuses on the estimation of such finite population parameters using what is known as the randomization
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  • ...ighted by the author(s), the article has been donated to ''Encyclopedia of Mathematics'', and its further issues are under ''Creative Commons Attribution Share-Al intend to share with others. Wide dissemination of data facilitates advances in science
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  • ...ighted by the author(s), the article has been donated to ''Encyclopedia of Mathematics'', and its further issues are under ''Creative Commons Attribution Share-Al Department of Economics, European University Institute, Via della
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  • ...ighted by the author(s), the article has been donated to ''Encyclopedia of Mathematics'', and its further issues are under ''Creative Commons Attribution Share-Al '''Summary.''' Founding Director of the Central Bureau of Statistics in
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  • ...ighted by the author(s), the article has been donated to ''Encyclopedia of Mathematics'', and its further issues are under ''Creative Commons Attribution Share-Al '''Summary''' Pascal introduced the concept of mathematical expectation and
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  • ...ighted by the author(s), the article has been donated to ''Encyclopedia of Mathematics'', and its further issues are under ''Creative Commons Attribution Share-Al '''Summary.''' From a strictly statistical point of view, Gini's
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  • ...ighted by the author(s), the article has been donated to ''Encyclopedia of Mathematics'', and its further issues are under ''Creative Commons Attribution Share-Al of characteristic functions; concepts such as `closeness' and `asymptotic
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  • ...ighted by the author(s), the article has been donated to ''Encyclopedia of Mathematics'', and its further issues are under ''Creative Commons Attribution Share-Al prominent exponent of 19th
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  • ...ighted by the author(s), the article has been donated to ''Encyclopedia of Mathematics'', and its further issues are under ''Creative Commons Attribution Share-Al the statistics of his day from a modest collection of useful ad hoc
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  • ...ighted by the author(s), the article has been donated to ''Encyclopedia of Mathematics'', and its further issues are under ''Creative Commons Attribution Share-Al scoundrel, was the most important developer of statistical graphics.
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