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The study of the stochastic behavior of sums of independent random quantities, the number of which increases without limit, has been a most important problem of the classical theory of probability. However, finite random sums occurring in various fields of application of this theory were also...
A description of Boscovich's (1711–1787) method of adjusting arc measurements is presented and its further history, including the incorporation of his method in the theory of linear programming, is traced in §1. A special feature of this section is a description of a connection, discovered by C....
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