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In (a) transition is only allowed to neighboring cells, in (b) transition is allowed to any onward cell, while in (c) entire transects are simulated. In (a) and (b), the probabilities of transition (the p-values) are determined from the covariate values (x-values) in the next stage, denoted i. 5 Probability of stochastic monotonicity for the lognormal distribution. 8 The final adaptive cluster sample. 1 Format of the experiment considered in Datta et al. Moran formulated a simple discrete time model for a finite dam.

2) To see how the dam operates subject to these assumptions we note that during a time interval (0, n] there is a certain amount Fn of overflow from the dam, and an amount Dn of the total demand nm that is not met. 3) where Sn=X1+X2+···+Xn(n≥1), S0=0 and Sn-nm is the net input (input minus demand) during (0, n]. The assumption on the inputs Xn implies that {Zn, n≥0} is a timehomogeneous Markov chain on the state space . 4) which is the duration of the wet period in the dam whose initial content is Z0>0.

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