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Reference numberMSB/2/36
LevelFile
TitleFile containing research notes and papers by Bartlett and others
Date1957 - 1970
DescriptionFile contains papers, copies of 'Letters to the Editor' from Nature (5 February 1966), handwritten calculations and graphs, tables of numerical results, seminar notes, and research notes. Subject of notes includes; recent ramifications of spectral analysis, statistical inference and biological models, and a note on Das Gupta's two-sex population model.

File also contains correspondence with Julian Besag regarding a paper he is trying to put together on the solutions of linear recurrence, and Bartlett's christmas card list for America, Australia and Europe.

File originally contained in leather file embossed with 'International Symposium on Statistical Ecology, New Haven, Connecticut, USA, August 21-28, 1969.

Papers included within the file include: 'Random walks and processes', Violet Cane, 'Statistical electrodynamics' T W Marshall, Some problems association with random velocity', Bartlett, 'Relativistic quantum mass distribution on velocity space', J G Gilson, 'An operational approach to quantum probability', E B Davies.
ExtentOne file
FormatManuscript
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA5174Bartlett; Maurice Stevenson (1910 - 2002)1910 - 2002
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