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Bayesian Modeling of Nonstationarity in Normal and Lognormal Processes : With Applications in Cvp Analysis and Life Testing Models

By Velez-Arocho, Jorge Ivan

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Title: Bayesian Modeling of Nonstationarity in Normal and Lognormal Processes : With Applications in Cvp Analysis and Life Testing Models  
Author: Velez-Arocho, Jorge Ivan
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Language: English
Subject: Break-even analysis, Bayesian statistical decision theory, Economic forecasting
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1978
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Jorge Ivan, 194, V. A. (1978). Bayesian Modeling of Nonstationarity in Normal and Lognormal Processes : With Applications in Cvp Analysis and Life Testing Models. Retrieved from http://www.netlibrary.net/


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