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Saddlepoint approximations to distribution functions

Hauschildt, Reimar (1969)
Publisher: University of British Columbia
In this thesis we present two approximations to the distribution function of the sum of n independent random variables. They are obtained from generalizations of asymptotic expansions derived by Rubin and Zidek who considered the case of chi random variables. These expansions are obtained from Gurland's inversion formula for the distribution function by using an adaptation of Laplace's method for integrals. By means of numerical results obtained for a variety of common distributions and smal...

Measurements of total cross sections for very slow neutrons with velocities from 100 m/sec to 5 m/sec

Steyerl, A. (1969)
Publisher: Phys.Lett. B29 (1969) 33-35
REACTOR. Measurements of total cross sections for very slow neutrons with velocities from 100 m/sec to 5 m/sec.

Some factors affecting the extraction of sulphate from selected Lower Fraser Valley and Vancouver Island soils

Bart, Aldwyn Louis (1969)
Publisher: University of British Columbia
A study was undertaken to determine some of the factors which affected the extraction of sulphur from seven selected soils of the Lower Fraser Valley and Vancouver Island; with particular reference to the effect of pH, concentration and cation of phosphate buffers. In all cases the presence of phosphate resulted in more sulphur being extracted, than extraction with water only. In every instance increasing the concentration of neutral sodium phosphate buffers from 0.005M to 0.5M resul...