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Bartlett–Lewis model


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Siméon-Denis Poisson (1781—1840) French mathematical physicist

 

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A model used for describing clusters of events in time or space. The idea is that clusters of events are initiated at random points in space or time (according to a Poisson process). Each of these events then results in a number of sub-events that are distributed in space or time according to some specified distribution. Initially used as a model to describe the incidence of failures in a production process, these models are now popular for describing the spatial occurrence of rainfall.

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