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Mathematical comparison of computer models to exercise data

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  • L. Ingber, 1989. "Mathematical comparison of computer models to exercise data," Lester Ingber Papers 89mc, Lester Ingber.
  • Handle: RePEc:lei:ingber:89mc
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    1. L. Ingber, 1993. "ASA-README included with ASA code," Lester Ingber Papers 93as, Lester Ingber.
    2. L. Ingber, 1996. "Canonical momenta indicators of financial markets and neocortical EEG," Lester Ingber Papers 96cm, Lester Ingber.
    3. L. Ingber, 1985. "Statistical mechanics of neocortical interactions. EEG dispersion relations," Lester Ingber Papers 85ni, Lester Ingber.
    4. L. Ingber & M.F. Wehner & G.M. Jabbour & T.M. Barnhill, 1991. "Application of statistical mechanics methodology to term-structure bond-pricing models," Lester Ingber Papers 91as, Lester Ingber.
    5. L. Ingber, 1993. "Statistical mechanics of combat and extensions," Lester Ingber Papers 93ce, Lester Ingber.
    6. L. Ingber, 1989. "Very fast simulated re-annealing," Lester Ingber Papers 89vf, Lester Ingber.
    7. L. Ingber & D.D. Sworder, 1991. "Statistical mechanics of combat with human factors," Lester Ingber Papers 91ch, Lester Ingber.

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