## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1992 - Arctic regions |

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**distribution**function is in essence a Weibull**distribution**with a constant shape factor derived by the weakest link ... 2 STATISTICAL**DISTRIBUTIONS**Application of statistical methods will always be based upon assumptions about the ...Page 268

a ' ( 7 ) ni ( In x - Bye The power limit applies more of the information contained in a data set than the binomial

a ' ( 7 ) ni ( In x - Bye The power limit applies more of the information contained in a data set than the binomial

**distribution**method . Thus , as far as lower tail estimates on non - negative**distributions**are considered ...Page 271

1.00 correlation with the test data , the lognormal estimates converges rapidly towards a normal

1.00 correlation with the test data , the lognormal estimates converges rapidly towards a normal

**distribution**for increasing sample size . It is emphasized that these results are based on the statistical properties of the data sets and ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

MEASUREMENT AND METERING | 1 |

OFFSHORE PIPELINE TECHNOLOGY | 53 |

CODESSTANDARDS AND REGULATIONS | 75 |

Copyright | |

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