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Statistical decision theory and related topics IV

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Published
**1988**
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Written in English

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**Edition Notes**

Statement | Shanti S. Gupta and James O. Berger, editors. |

Contributions | Gupta, Shanti Swarup, 1925-, Berger, James O., Purdue Symposium on Statistical Decision Theory and Related Topics (4th : 1986 : Purdue University) |

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LC Classifications | QA279.4 .S744 1988 |

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Pagination | 2 v. : |

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Open Library | OL2397646M |

LC Control Number | 87027499 |

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