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View Resource Rayleigh Distribution ModelAssist

Originally derived by Lord Rayleigh (or by his less glamorous name J.W. Strutt) in the field of acoustics. The graph below shows various Rayleigh distributions. The distribution in black is a...

http://www.vosesoftware.com/ModelRiskHelp/index.htm#Distribu...
View Resource An Indicator of Tree Migration in Forests of the Eastern United States

Changes in tree species distributions are a potential impact of climate change on forest ecosystems. The examination of tree species shifts in forests of the eastern United States largely has been...

http://www.treesearch.fs.fed.us/pubs/19546
View Resource Rayleigh scattering determination of the spatial energy distribution in a laser beam

Rayleigh scattering of radiation in a gas was used to determine the spatial distribution of the laser radiation energy and to control the optical system that shapes the laser beam. Experimental...

http://www.iop.org/EJ/abstract/0049-1748/16/8/L33
View Resource A Note on Derivation of the Generating Function for the Right Truncated Rayleigh Distribution

An expression is obtained for the probability that a Weibull random variable falls after the truncation and within a finite interval. However small, the truncation in the Weibull distribution (when...

http://eprints.iisc.ernet.in/8569/
View Resource Rayleigh Distribution Definition

Dictionary and encyclopedia definition of Rayleigh Distribution, including mathematical formula.

http://www.answers.com/topic/rayleigh-distribution
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