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The Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences is designed to be an essential reference work on statistical methods and their application to virtually all facets of human endeavor. Its scope covers all principle subfields of statistical science, including probability theory, statistical distribution theory, computational methods, sampling survey methods, decision theory, sequential analysis, and multivariable analysis. It also deals with the application of modern-day statistics to agriculture, economics, censuses, health science, computers, demography, statistical mechanics, engineering, crystallography, geology, zoology, anthropology and scores of other disciplines that utilize statistics as a vital matter of course. These volumes provide in-depth coverage of the philosophical foundations, theoretical bases and computational techniques of statistical methods in such a variety of contexts. The contributions are authored by some of the world's most distinguished statisticians and are completely up-to-date.
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