2 edition of **Statistical modelling of the shaking table** found in the catalog.

Statistical modelling of the shaking table

Radzuan Razali

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Published
**1989**
by University of Birmingham in Birmingham
.

Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Birmingham, Dept of Chemical Engineering, 1990.

Statement | by Radzuan Razali. |

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Open Library | OL13928068M |

Structure of the Book 13 Further Reading 16 Basics of Statistical Modeling 18 Introduction 18 Basic Statistical Concepts 19 Random Variables and Their Distributions 19 Families of Models 7 21 Multivariate Distributions 22 Random Processes 25 Stationary Processes 25 Markov Chains 25 Limit. Statistical Tables - Complete. Statistical Tables (for sorting) (Note this is an Excel file with ALL of the statistics in one large table, for sorting and analysis. You can delete columns in which you are not interested, add columns if you want to sum up certain data, or do other calculations on the raw data.

Shiming Chen, Kang Ge, Weichen Xue, Yingru Lin and Gao Lin, Shaking table model test and numerical analysis of a long‐span cantilevered structure, The Structural Design of Tall and Special Buildings, 27, 11, (). The University of Auckland. Error. Please do not bookmark this login page, try going to the application you wanted to by: 4.

extreme value data modelling, with a greater emphasis on data analysis and associated inference techniques. The course material will comprise three components: (1) probabilistic development of asymptotic theory, (2) statistical modelling and inference, and (3) case studies of real data chosen based on students interests. The shaking table developed by the authors is designed to analyze the dynamical behavior of pillars with a tip mass that represents the superstructure. The soil displacement is simulated by the main plate, actuated by an electric engine which Cited by: 2.

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