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Theories of space perception. An early theory put forth by the Anglican bishop
George Berkeley at the beginning of the 18th century was that the third
dimension (depth) cannot be directly perceived in a visual way since the retinal
image of any ...
1, Distribution Theory, 3rd ed. (1969); vol. 2, Inference and Relationship, 2nd ed.
( 1967) ; vol. 3, Design and Analysis, and Time Series, 2nd ed. ( 1 968 ) , an
encyclopaedic standard text with extensive bibliography; shelemyahu zacks, The
To this list might also be added decision theory, nonlinear programming, some
elements of econometrics, and communications theory as related to random
processes. In spite of this diversity, many of the tools of systems theory can be
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