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Erzeugung multimodaler Intervallverteilungen durch Ausdünnung von Erneuerungsprozessen

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Two mathematical models are considered which generate multimodal interval distributions. They may be applied for the description of interval distributions of unitary discharges of single neurons.

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Dietz, K. Erzeugung multimodaler Intervallverteilungen durch Ausdünnung von Erneuerungsprozessen. Kybernetik 4, 131–136 (1968). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00288545

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