3 edition of On the relationship between the epidemic theory and the Bradford law of dispersion found in the catalog.
On the relationship between the epidemic theory and the Bradford law of dispersion
Written in English
|Statement||by Roberth Kenneth Dikeman.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 175 p.|
|Number of Pages||175|
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Figure 2 shows the shape of the growth of literature on Bradford's Law. Initially the curve is concave, with the point cloud increasing steadily untilthough there are minor oscillations between and One can observe that publications on Bradford's Law up are quite flat to after which steady growth by: 2.
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The similarity of the different values of k, and between these and the calculated Bradford multiplier (), clearly shows that the distribution fits a four-zone Bradford law. The equation for the Bradford curve in the present case is: R(r)= log e (1+r) 4.
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