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" The mean duration of the period at which I arrive is therefore almost exactly that which Dr. Lamont had previously obtained, or 10-45 years." Judging this close coincidence of results according to the theory of probabilities, it becomes highly probable... "
Investigations in Currency and Finance - 212 ページ
William Stanley Jevons 著 - 1884 - 428 ページ
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Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 第 7 巻

1876
...which I arrive is therefore almost exactly that which Dr. Lament had previously obtained, or 1 0.45 years." Judging this close coincidence of results...in the Transactions of the Manchester Statistical Society, attributes the periodic variation to mental action. A commercial panic ho holds is the destruction...

Current Economic Problems: A Series of Readings in the Control of Industrial ...

Walton Hale Hamilton - 1916 - 789 ページ
...sun-spots was 10.45 years. His conclusion agrees with that previously obtained by Dr. Lament. Judging by this close coincidence of results according to the...of probabilities, it becomes highly probable that the two periodic phenomena, varying so nearly in the same mean period, are connected as cause and effect....

Financial Astrology

David Williams - 1984 - 224 ページ
...compares with the mean duration of the sunspot period at that time of 10.45 years. Jevons concludes: "Judging this close coincidence of results according...same mean period, are connected as cause and effect." However, this conclusion was not, at that time, susceptible of scientific proof. In "Commercial Crisis...

The History of Econometric Ideas

Mary S. Morgan - 1992 - 296 ページ
...at 10.45 years. Jevons argued: Judging this close coincidence of results according to the theories of probabilities, it becomes highly probable that...same mean period, are connected as cause and effect. (Jevons, 1878: see (1884), p. 195) His theory was based on a 'perfect coincidence' which is by itself...




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