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1504876 Broniatowski, Michel; Celant, Giorgio Interpolation and extrapolation optimal designs. 1, Polynomial regression and approximation theory [1 ed.]
1848219954, 978-1-84821-995-3, 9781119292272, 1119292271, 9781119292296, 1119292298
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532272 Patrick Royston, Willi Sauerbrei Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics
Multivariable Model - Building: A Pragmatic Approach to Regression Analysis based on Fractional Polynomials for Modelling Continuous Variables [1 ed.]
0470028424, 9780470028421
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