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Allometric Relationships to Estimate Seasonal Above‐ground Vegetative and Reproductive Biomass of Vitis vinifera L.

PoooL: an efficient method for estimating haplotype frequencies from large DNA pools

Mean square estimate for twisted automorphic L-functions on weight aspect

Interior penalty discontinuous Galerkin method for Maxwell's equations: optimal L 2-norm error estimates

A Priori L ∞-Estimates for Degenerate Complex Monge–Ampère Equations

Anisotropic Bilinear L 2 Estimates Related to the 3D Wave Equation

Exterior Mass Estimates and L 2-Restriction Bounds for Neumann Data Along Hypersurfaces

L 2 and pointwise a posteriori error estimates for FEM for elliptic PDEs on surfaces

Estimates for Character Sums and Dirichlet L-Functions to Smooth Moduli

On Eigenfunction Restriction Estimates and L4-Bounds for Compact Surfaces with Nonpositive Curvature

L1-2Estimating post-migration HIV acquisition: implications for prevention and policy

An optimal L ∞(L 2)-error estimate for the discontinuous Galerkin approximation of a nonlinear non-stationary convection–diffusion problem

An application of the annual egg production method to estimate the spawning biomass of cod (Gadus morhua L.), plaice (Pleuronectes platessa L.) and sole (Solea solea L.) in the Irish Sea

Across-channel distribution of flounder larvae (Platichthys flesus L.) in the Eems–Dollard estuary and its effects on larval transport estimates

The application of fecundity estimates to determine the spawning stock biomass of Irish Sea Nephrops norvegicus (L.) using the annual larval production method

The incidence of escaped farmed Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., in the Faroese fishery and estimates of catches of wild salmon

Estimating and forecasting pre-fishery abundance of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) in the Northeast Atlantic for the management of mixed-stock fisheries

 

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A robust measure of location that is a linear combination of order statistics. Examples are the median and the trimean.

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