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Stochastic models of biological intelligence

Stochastic models of biological intelligence

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Published by North-Holland in Amsterdam .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Special issue.

Statementguest editors: Muhammed K. Habib, Edward J. Wegman and Joel L. Davis.
SeriesJournal of statistical planning and inference -- vol.33 (1)
ContributionsHabib, Muhammed K., Wegman, Edward J., Davis, Joel L., 1942-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20699554M


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