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THE USE OF SAMPLE RANGES AND QUASI-RANGES IN SETTING EXACT CONFIDENCE BOUNDS FOR THE POPULA TION STANDARD DEVIATION. II. QUASI-RANGES OF SAMPLES FROM A NORMAL POPULATION-PROBABILITY INTEGRAL AND PERCENTAGE POINT; EXACT CONFIDENCE BOUNDS FOR SIGMA,
DEWEY (G C) CORP NEW YORK
An experimental investigation of the cross correlation gains of an analog and a clipper correlator has been carried out. The signals and noise used in this study we have characterized as being non-stationary. An attempt has been made to compare experimentally determined gains for the case of small signals buried in noise with those predicted theoretically. Author