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Estimating a Distribution Function Subject to a Stochastic Order Restriction
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Rolling Two Dice with Weighted History
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Probability in a Communication Channel
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Bayes's Theorem and Inverse Probability
Distributions Using Slice Sampling
Hidden Periodicity in Quality Control Records
Correlation of Positive and Negative Prognostic Values
Analysis of Diagnostic Accuracy Measures
Uncertainty of Measurement and Diagnostic Accuracy Measures
Estimating a Centered Ornstein-Uhlenbeck Process under Measurement Errors
Theoretical Model: Condorcet's Jury Theorem, Part 1
Estimating a Centered Matérn (1) Process: Three Alternatives to Maximum Likelihood via Conjugate Gradient Linear Solvers
Sensor Fusion with Normally Distributed Noise
Kernel Density Estimations: Condorcet's Jury Theorem, Part 5
Sports Arbitrage: Two-Agency, Two-Outcome Efficient Pricing Test
Expected Dynamics of an Imitation Model in 2x2 Symmetric Games
Linear Dependence between Two Bernoulli Random Variables
Regression toward the Mean
An Intra-Population Imitation Model for Inter-Population 2x2 Symmetric Games
Fitting Times-to-Failure to a Weibull Distribution
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