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## On axiomatic characterization of some non-additive measures of information

### Metrika (1977-12-01) 24: 23-34 , December 01, 1977

An axiomatic characterization of non-additive measures of information associated with a pair of probability distributions having the same number of elements has been given. This quantity under additional suitable postulates leads to the non-additive Entropy, Directed-Divergence and Inaccuracy of one or more parameters.

## A note on the maximum probability property of MLE's in multiparameter exponential families

### Metrika (1977-12-01) 24: 209-213 , December 01, 1977

### Summary

For multiparameter exponential models a short and direct proof is given that the maximum likelihood estimator is a maximum probability estimator with respect to a certain sequence of convex and bounded sets in*R*_{(k)} that are symmetric about the origin; asymptotically these sets are allowed to be unbounded.

## The evolution of a functional real-time laboratory records retrieval and archival system

### Journal of Medical Systems (1977-06-01) 1: 177-186 , June 01, 1977

The vast flood of information resulting from medical record keeping in a clinical laboratory must be cataloged and archived. To deal with this problem we designed an approach employing automated report generation by a laboratory computer, data base management of patient laboratory results, and automated microform generation via computer output microform (COM). This paper documents the steps that led to the system we are currently data, creates a microform archive and an on-line index, and serves as the data base for research inquiries. In addition, we have experienced a cost savings over manual procedures and now possess the capability of expansion without the costly addition of personnel.

## A unified approach to coordinate-free multivariate analysis

### Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics (1977-12-01) 29: 43-57 , December 01, 1977

## Health Applications Section of the Operation Research Society of America

### Journal of Medical Systems (1977-12-01) 1: 437-438 , December 01, 1977

## Die Anwendung der “Wroclaw-Taxonomy” auf Input-Output-Tabellen

### Statistische Hefte (1977-03-01) 18: 58-64 , March 01, 1977

## A multivariate laboratory data analysis system: Introduction

### Journal of Medical Systems (1977-09-01) 1: 293-298 , September 01, 1977

In an era severely affected by the advanced stages of technocracy, it should not astound anyone that highly sophisticated technologies have metastasized throughout our hospital system. While simplifying many complex problems, the advantages of modern technology also create many interesting conflicts. One such dilemma surfaces as a consequence of clinical laboratories being able to produce a large number of test results in a relatively short time with a high degree of accuracy. Optimization of laboratory information must precede successful utilization of this extensive and expensive wealth of data.

## Mechanical random access of blood bank records

### Journal of Medical Systems (1977-09-01) 1: 275-282 , September 01, 1977

A filing system of cumulative patient record cards is described for use by large or active blood banks. Cards are retrieved for review of patient identification, past transfusion history, and legally necessary documentation of test results. Information on the cards is handwritten (as is required in most blood banks) only*once*, reducing transcription error. Card acquisition depends on an electromechanical delivery system, which is selectively activated by a programmed key-stroke sequence. Cards are filed and accessed randomly so that records cannot be lost. A backup system for delivery permits certainty of retrieval of records. The system contains 40,000 complete patient records on line, can easily be expanded, may be linked to off-line files or a computer, and is simple to operate.

## Erneuerungsprozesse mit Wartungsstrategien

### Metrika (1977-12-01) 24: 65-74 , December 01, 1977

### Summary

The following renewal process is considrred: given intervals (*kt*_{1},*(k+1)t*_{1}],*k*=0, 1, 2, ..., 0<*t*_{1}<∞, there will be with probability*p*, 0≤*p*≤1, a renewal in each interval at a time selected by random. The costs for each of this renewals are a units, while the costs of the other renewals are*b* units each. The renewal function and the cost function are derivided and their asymptotic behavior is discussed.

## Extension of Edgeworth type expansion of the distribution of the sums of I.I.D. random variables in non-regular cases

### Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics (1977-12-01) 29: 397-406 , December 01, 1977

The asymptotic expansions of the distributions of the sums of independent identically distributed random variables are given by Edgeworth type expansions when moments do not necessarily exist, but when the density can be approximated by rational functions.