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Journal of Research Volume 73B

Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards, Section B: Mathematical Sciences

The Journal of Research of NIST and its predecessors report NIST research and development in metrology and related fields of: physical science, engineering, applied mathematics, statistics, biotechnology, information technology.

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Volume 73B

ISSN: 0098-8979

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4

Issue 1 January 1969

A table of integrals of the Error functions, p. 1
Ng, Edward W.; Geller, Murray

Fourier coefficients of Mathieu functions in stable regions, p. 21
Fruchting, Henning

A note on T-transformation of Lubkin, p. 25
Clark, W. D.; Gray, H. L.; Adams, J. E.

The cylinder problem in thermoviscoelasticity, p. 31
Edelstein, Warren S.

Relations within sequences of congruential pseudo-random numbers, p. 41
Verdier, Peter H.

On the mean dimensions of restricted random walks, p. 45
Verdier, Peter H.; DiMarzio, Edmund A.

The cube of every connected graph is 1-hamiltonian, p. 47
Chartrand, Gary; Kapoor, S. F.

Minimum-length covering by intersecting intervals, p. 49
Horn, W. A.

Issue 2 April 1969

An evaluation of linear least squares computer programs, p. 59
Wampler, Roy H.

Traffic assignment problem for a general network, p. 91
Dafermos, Stella C.; Sparrow, Frederick T.

Sufficient conditions for the instability of numerical integration methods, p. 119
Karim, Abdel Abbas I.

The second orthogonality conditions in the theory of proper and improper rotations, II: The intrinsic vector, p. 125
Gelman, Harry

The second orthogonality conditions in the theory of proper and improper rotations, III: The conjugacy theorem, p. 139
Gelman, Harry

Subgroups of SL(t, Z), p. 143
Newman, Morris

Cuttable and cut-reducible matrices, p. 145
Marimont, Rosalind B.

Automorphic integrals with preassigned periods, p. 153
Lehner, Joseph

A digital computer technique for calculating the step response of lumped or distributed networks, p. 163
Andrews, James R.; Nahman, N. S.

Symmetry and the crossing number for complete graphs, p. 177
Saaty, Thomas L.

Issue 3 July 1969

A table of integrals of exponential integral, p. 191
Geller, Murray; Ng, Edward W.

Principal ideals in matrix rings, p. 211
Newman, Morris; Pierce, Stephen

The second orthogonality conditions in the theory of proper and improper rotations .IV. Solution of the trace and secular equations, p. 215
Gelman, Harry

Minimax error selection of a univariate distribution with prescribed componentwise bounds and ranking, p. 225
Goldman, A. J.

Minimax adjustment of a univariate distribution to satisfy componentwise bounds and/or ranking, p. 231
Goldman, A. J.

On the application of some interpolating functions in physics, p. 241
Jerri, A. J.

Commutator groups and algebras, p. 247
Greenberg, L.

On a class of nonlinear transformations and their applications to the evaluation of infinite series, p. 251
Gray, H. L.; Clark, W. D.

Issue 4 October 1969

Temperature renormalization in non linear Vlasov problem, p. 281
Sadowski, W.L.; Ruthberg, Z. G.

Selective excitation of harmonics in a collisionless plasma by two counterstreaming electron beams, p. 293
Sadowski, W. L.; Ruthberg, Z. G.

Simultaneous contractification, p. 301
Goldman, A. J.; Meyers, P. R.

A theorem on convex hulls, p. 307
Horn, W. A.

Partitioning of interaction in analysis of variance, p. 309
Mandel, John

Highly restricted partitions, p. 329
Gupta, Hansraj

Created September 7, 2012, Updated June 2, 2021