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binary distribution

binary distribution

Integrated spectral energy distributions of binary star composite stellar populations

Spatial distribution of luminous X-ray binaries in spiral galaxies

Distribution‐free ROC analysis using binary regression techniques

Spectral distribution of Be/X-ray binaries in the Small Magellanic Cloud*

The binary companion mass ratio distribution: an imprint of the star formation process?

Distribution and evolution of starspots on the RS CVn binary II Pegasi in 2004

The observed distribution of spectroscopic binaries from the Anglo-Australian Planet Search

The nature of massive black hole binary candidates – II. Spectral energy distribution atlas

Distribution of caustic-crossing intervals for Galactic binary-lens microlensing events

On the binary properties and the spatial and kinematical distribution of young stars

On some models for multivariate binary variables parallel in complexity with the multivariate Gaussian distribution

Matching conditional and marginal shapes in binary random intercept models using a bridge distribution function

A family of multivariate binary distributions for simulating correlated binary variables with specified marginal means and correlations

Inhomogeneous surface distribution of chemical elements in the eclipsing binary AR Aur: a new challenge for our understanding of HgMn stars*

An analytical description of the evolution of binary orbital-parameter distributions in N-body computations of star clusters

The short-period end of the contact binary period distribution based on the All-Sky Automated Survey

Quantitative Percutaneous Absorption and Cutaneous Distribution of Binary Mixtures of Phenol and para-Nitrophenol in Isolated Perfused Porcine Skin

 

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A city-size distribution in which a number of settlements of similar size dominate the upper end of the hierarchy, said to be characteristic of nations with a federal political structure, such as Australia. See also rank-size rule.

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