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A) Books

  1. Steiner F, Zilahi-Sebess L 1988: Interpretation of filtered gravity maps. ISBN 9630549050, Akadémiai Kiadö, BudapestGoogle Scholar
  2. Steiner F 1990: The bases of geostatistics (in Hungarian). ISBN 9631828190, Tankönyvkiadö, BudapestGoogle Scholar
  3. Steiner F ed. 1991: The most frequent value. Introduction to a modern conception of statistics. ISBN 9630556871, Akadémiai Kiadö, BudapestGoogle Scholar
  4. Steiner F ed. 1997: Optimum methods in statistics. ISBN 963057439X, Akadémiai Kiadö, BudapestGoogle Scholar

B) Dissertations and monograph

  1. Steiner F 1963: The determination of residual anomalies (in Hungarian). Univ. dr. thesis, MiskolcGoogle Scholar
  2. Steiner F 1965: Analysis of Bouguer-anomaly maps (in Hungarian). PhD dissertation, MiskolcGoogle Scholar
  3. Steiner F 1974: Analysis of gravitational and magnetic data systems based on general quantitative consideration (in Hungarian). Doctor of technical sciences thesis, Miskolc-BudapestGoogle Scholar
  4. Steiner F 1988: Most frequent value procedures. Geophysical Transactions, 34, 2–3, 139–260.Google Scholar

C) Textbooks

  1. Steiner F 1969: The Physics of the Earth (J14-838) (in Hungarian). Tankönyvkiadö, BudapestGoogle Scholar
  2. Steiner F 1982: Geophysics I. Gravimetry and magnetic methods (J14-929) (in Hungarian). Tankönyvkiadö, BudapestGoogle Scholar
  3. Steiner F, Takács E 1983: Geophysics I. Gravitational, magnetic, geoelectric methods (J14-1533) (in Hungarian). Tankönyvkiadö, BudapestGoogle Scholar
  4. Steiner F 1985: Geophysical data processing. Robust estimates (J14-1557) (in Hungarian). Tankönyvkiadö, BudapestGoogle Scholar
  5. dám O, Steiner F, Takács E 1988: Introduction to applied geophysics I. (J14-1642) (in Hungarian). Tankönyvkiadö, BudapestGoogle Scholar
  6. Steiner F, Várhegyi A 1991: Radiometry (J14-1736) (in Hungarian). Tankönyvkiadö, BudapestGoogle Scholar

D) Papers

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  3. Steiner F 1958: Measuring method for the determination of the γ-activity and selfabsorption coefficient of small samples (in Hungarian). Geofizikai Kozlemények, 7, 1, 57–62.Google Scholar
  4. Steiner F 1959: Zur Ermittlung des Koeffizienten der gravimetrischen Höhenreduktion. Gerlands Beiträge zur Geophysik, 68, 1, 15–20.Google Scholar
  5. Steiner F 1961: Zur Frage der Dichtebestimmung an gravimetrischen Profilmessungen. Gerlands Beiträge zur Geophysik, 70, 1, 11–17.Google Scholar
  6. Steiner F 1963: Über einige Methoden der “sekundären” gravimetrischen Auswertung. Geofisica Pura e Applicata, 56, 3, 16–30.Google Scholar
  7. Steiner F 1964: Comparison of surface interpolation method with some known methods used for the determination of gravitational secondary anomaly (in Hungarian). Magyar Geofizika, 5, 1, 3–8.Google Scholar
  8. Hartner M, Steiner F 1965: Géothermic survey between the territory of Tiszakécske and Lakitelek in 1964 (in Hungarian). Magyar Geofizika, 6, 1, 29–35.Google Scholar
  9. Steiner F 1965: Zusammenhang zwischen beliebiger endlicher Masse und ihrer gravitationeilen Wirkung. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 61, 2, 17–22.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  10. Steiner F 1966: Some development possibilities of gravitational data processing (in Hungarian). Magyar Geofizika, 7, 1, 49–50.Google Scholar
  11. Steiner F, Takács E 1966: Die Bestimmung der Neigungsverhältnisse des Grundgebirges auf Grund der vertikalen Komponente des tellurisch-elektrischen Feldes. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 1, 1–2, 49–60.Google Scholar
  12. Steiner F 1967: Calculations of residuals (in Hungarian). Nehézipari MŰszaki Egyetem Közl., 14, 427–446.Google Scholar
  13. Hartner M, Steiner F 1967: Verfahren zur Bestimmung der horizontalen Verteilung des vertikalen irdischen Wärmeflusses auf Grund der in korrelierbaren Bohrlöchern bei gleichen Teufendifferenzen ausgeführten Temperaturmessungen. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 26, 143–148.Google Scholar
  14. Steiner F 1967: Analyzing Bouguer’s maps (in Hungarian). Nehézipari MŰszaki Egyetem Közl., I., 15, 509–529.Google Scholar
  15. Steiner F 1967: Untersuchungen über fiktive pzz-Anomalien und über die Möglichkeit deren Beseitigung. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 66, 1, 5–15.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  16. Steiner F 1968: Untersuchungen über die prinzipiellen Möglichkeiten einer allgemeinen quantitativen Methode, ausgehend von gzz. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 3, 11–22.Google Scholar
  17. Steiner F 1968: Über die theoretischen Möglichkeiten der allgemeinen quantitativen Interpretation von Drehwagemessungen. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 3, 331–340.Google Scholar
  18. Steiner F 1968: Beitrag zur Scheffer-Hypothese. Freiberger Forschungshefte, C238, 7–11.Google Scholar
  19. Egerszegi P, Steiner F 1968: Methode zur schnellen Bestimmung der Lage vertikaler widerstandskontrastflächen. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 3, 105–111.Google Scholar
  20. Egerszegi P, Steiner F 1969: AMN zero-method for the determination of depth of horizontal resistivity-contrast surfaces and contrast values. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 28, 155–157.Google Scholar
  21. Steiner F 1969: New relations between an arbitrary mass and its gravitational effect. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 28, 167–173.Google Scholar
  22. Steiner F 1969: Die Zielsetzung einer allgemeinen quantitativen Methode in der Gravimetrie. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 73, 2, 5–18.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  23. Steiner F 1969: Objective investigation methods for transformation procedures of gravity maps (in Hungarian). Magyar Geofizika, 10, 2–4, 128–134.Google Scholar
  24. Steiner F 1969: Die praktische Anwendung einer theoretisch gegebenen nonlinearen Methode auf dem Wege der maschinellen Rechnungen. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 4, 3–4, 359–370.Google Scholar
  25. Csókás J, Steiner F 1971: Experiments for qualification of browncoals using mining well logging (in Hungarian). Magyar Geofizika, 12, 4, 141–147.Google Scholar
  26. Steiner F 1971: A more general concept of adjustments (in Hungarian). Magyar Geofizika, 12, 4, 180–184.Google Scholar
  27. Steiner F 1971: Die Rolle der Polynomdarstellungen in der Lösung geophysikalischer Probleme. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 6, 1–2, 63–81.Google Scholar
  28. Hartner M, Steiner F 1971: Method for the determination of horizontal changes of vertical heatflux without heatconductivity data (in Hungarian). Magyar Geofizika, 12, 4, 174–179.Google Scholar
  29. Steiner F 1972: Simultane Interpretation geophysikalischer Messdatensysteme. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 96, 4, 15–27.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  30. Steiner F 1972: The determination of the standard deviation and of the number of distant points in case of adjusting of point-groups. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 7, 1–2, 55–58.Google Scholar
  31. Steiner F 1973: Derivation of fully-matrixed map transformations. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 8, 1–2, 85–102.Google Scholar
  32. Steiner F 1973: Characterization and derivation of map transformations on the basis of the anomalous body-map relationship. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 8, 1–2, 71–84.Google Scholar
  33. Steiner F 1973: Most frequent value and cohesion of probability distributions. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 8, 3–4, 381–395.Google Scholar
  34. Steiner F 1973: Connection between density and magnetic susceptibility inhomogeneities and transformed maps (in Hungarian). Magyar Geofizika, 14, 3–4, 102–108.Google Scholar
  35. Steiner F 1974: Contribution to Scheffer’s hypothesis (in Hungarian). Nehézipari MŰszaki Egyetem Közl., 20, 127–131.Google Scholar
  36. Steiner F 1974: Disconnection of regional fields (in Hungarian). Nehézipari MŰszaki Egyetem Közl., 20. 133–144.Google Scholar
  37. Steiner F 1974: Derivation of map-transformations with small lateral effect. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 9, 4, 255–260.Google Scholar
  38. Steiner F 1974: Enhancement of a given wavelength range with small-sized filters. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 9, 4, 261–268.Google Scholar
  39. Steiner F 1974: Generalization of the total mass and gravity centre theorems for filtered gravimetric data systems. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 9, 4, 269–274.Google Scholar
  40. Steiner F 1975: The proper use of gravitational filters. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 10, 3, 18–197.Google Scholar
  41. Steiner F 1976: Derivation of gravity and magnetic filters of given physical effect and of given size. Proceedings of the 20th Geophysical Symposium, Budapest-Szentendre, M Nagy ed., Budapest, OMKDK-Technoinform, 788–801.Google Scholar
  42. Steiner F 1976: A simple method for the representation of the geophysical performance of gravitational filters. Geophysical Transactions, 23, 28–37.Google Scholar
  43. Steiner F, Zilahi-Sebess L 1977: Analysis of gravitational weight functions (in Hungarian). Magyar Geofizika, 17, 1, 10–17.Google Scholar
  44. Steiner F 1977: The calculation of the correlation according to the most frequent values (in Hungarian). Nehézipari Műszaki Egyetem Közl., I. 23, 2–3, 127–137.Google Scholar
  45. Steiner F 1977: Quantitative interpretation of gravity and magnetic data systems taking into account geological data and relationships (in Hungarian). Nehézipari Műszaki Egyetem Közl., I., 23, 2–3, 185–208.Google Scholar
  46. Steiner F 1977: Computation of the upward continued vertical derivatives of g from gravimetric data. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 34, 61–70.Google Scholar
  47. Csernyák L, Steiner F 1978: General properties of gravitational w-functions. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 13, 1–2, 131–143.Google Scholar
  48. Steiner F 1978: Contribution to the determination of the gravitational effect of rectangular prisms. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 13, 3–4, 375–382.Google Scholar
  49. Csernyák L, Steiner F 1978: Global characterization of the depth-behaviour of gravity filters, using norms of the w-function (in Hungarian). Nehézipari Műszaki Egyetem Közl., I, 25, 1, 3-19.Google Scholar
  50. Csernyák L, Steiner F 1980: Practical computation of most frequent value of data systems. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 15, 1, 59–73.Google Scholar
  51. Steiner F 1980: Estimated error of the most frequent value. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 15, 1, 87–96.Google Scholar
  52. Steiner F 1980. M-fitting (fitting according to the most frequent value) and its comparison with the method of least squares. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 15, 1, 37–44.Google Scholar
  53. Csernyák L, Hajagos B, Steiner F 1981: General validity of the law of large numbers in case of adjustments according to the most frequent value. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 16, 1, 73–90.Google Scholar
  54. Csernyák L, Steiner F 1981: Determination of the density contrast surface on the basis of gravitational map (in Hungarian). Nehézipari Műszaki Egyetem Közl., I., 29, 145–184.Google Scholar
  55. Steiner F 1981: Approximation by means of orthogonal functions in M-fitting calculations (in Hungarian). Nehézipari Műszaki Egyetem Közl., I., 29, 185–190.Google Scholar
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  57. Csernyák L, Steiner F 1982: Untersuchungen über das Erfüllungstempo des Gesetzes der grossen Zahlen. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 37, 1–2, 47–64.Google Scholar
  58. Csernyák L, Hajagos B, Landy I, Lantos M, Steiner F 1982: Die Abhängigkeit der geschätzten Werte von der Gliederzahl n der Stichprobe. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 37, 1–2, 65–78.Google Scholar
  59. Steiner F 1982: Über die Unzulänglichkeiten des Streuungsbegriffes. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 37, 1–2, 79–88.Google Scholar
  60. Landy I, Lantos M, Steiner F 1982: Untersuchung von U-Verteilungen. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 37, 1–2, 119–133.Google Scholar
  61. Steiner F 1982: Gewogener M-Ausgleich. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 37, 1–2, 17–28.Google Scholar
  62. Csernyák L, Steiner F 1982: Amplifying residuals filter. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 17, 2, 181–204.Google Scholar
  63. Csernyák L, Steiner F 1983: Limit distribution of the most frequent values of samples from symmetrical distributions. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 18, 1–2, 135–140.Google Scholar
  64. Csernyák L, Steiner F 1983: Relation between two estimates of location: the most frequent values and the arithmetic mean. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 18, 1–2, 141–156.Google Scholar
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  66. Csernyák L, Steiner F 1984: Some remarks to the notion of uncertainty. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 19, 3–4, 235–248.Google Scholar
  67. Csernyák L, Steiner F 1985: Bemerkungen zu der sogenannten Cauchy Maximum Likelihood (CML)-Abschätzung. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 38, 3–4, 203–210.Google Scholar
  68. Steiner F 1985: Ein möglicher Kennwert der Unbestimmtheit der einzelnen Messergebnisse. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 38, 3–4, 139–144.Google Scholar
  69. Steiner F 1985: Verschiedene Empfindlichkeit zweier statistischen Abschätzungen auf die Abweichung der aktuellen Wahrscheinlichkeitsverteilungen von der substituierenden Verteilung. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 40, 1–4, 3–18.Google Scholar
  70. Steiner F 1985: Bemerkungen zum Problemkreis der asymmetrischen Wahrscheinlichkeitsverteilungen. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 40, 1–4, 19–38.Google Scholar
  71. Steiner F 1985: Einige Fragen der Unbestimmtheit aus technischem Gesichtspunkte betrachtet I. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 40, 1–4, 53–70.Google Scholar
  72. Csernyák L, Steiner F 1985: Bemerkungen zu den häufigsten Werten von asymmetrischen U-Verteilungen. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 39, 1–4, 159–172.Google Scholar
  73. Csernyák L, Steiner F 1985: Die Suche nach einer geeigneten Abschätzungsmethode für die Geophysik. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 40, 1–4, 183–224.Google Scholar
  74. Steiner F 1987: Possibilities to realize higher efficiency in geophysical interpretation. Geophysical Transactions, 33, 1, 3–9.Google Scholar
  75. Ferenczy L, Steiner F 1987: Method of the most frequent values in the well-log interpretation. Proceedings of the 32nd International Geophysical Symposium, Dresden, Vol. 2, 22–32.Google Scholar
  76. Steiner F 1988: The supermodel abc. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 23, 2–4, 329–338.Google Scholar
  77. Ferenczy L, Steiner F 1988: Method of the most frequent values in the well-log interpretation (in Hungarian). Magyar Geofizika, 29, 3, 95–103.Google Scholar
  78. Ferenczy L, Hajagos B, Steiner F 1988: The shortcomings of the traditional error definition. A new concept of error (in Hungarian). Magyar Geofizika, 29, 3, 104–112.Google Scholar
  79. Csernyák L, Hajagos B, Steiner F 1988: Uncertainties of the error determination (in Hungarian). Magyar Geofizika, 29, 3, 113–127.Google Scholar
  80. Steiner F 1988: Genauigkeitsabweichungen verschiedener häufigster Werte von dem jeweiligen Optimum. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 44, 4, 171–198.Google Scholar
  81. Steiner F 1988: Einiges über verschiedene Ausgleichsprinzipien. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 44, 4, 199–216.Google Scholar
  82. Steiner F 1988: Die Produktminimierung, als ein verallgemeinertes Ausgleichsprinzip. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 44, 4, 231–240.Google Scholar
  83. Steiner F 1988: Der M*-Ausgleich. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 44, 4, 241–248.Google Scholar
  84. Csernyák L, Steiner F 1988: Einige Fragen der Unbestimmtheit aus technischem Gesichtspunkte betrachtet II. Untersuchungen verschiedener Breitenprodukte bezüglich des Supermodells ƒ a(x). Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 45, 1–4, 13–34.Google Scholar
  85. Steiner F 1988: Auf zwei Verteilungstype optimalisierte Lageabschätzungen. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 45, 1–4, 35–48.Google Scholar
  86. Steiner F 1988: Über die Resistenz der verallgemeinerten häufigsten Werte. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 45, 1–4, 49–70.Google Scholar
  87. Steiner F 1988: Programmierung von Algorithmen, die mit der Berechnung von häufigsten Werte zusammenhängen. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 45, 1–4, 71–90.Google Scholar
  88. Steiner F 1988: Die k*(a)-Funktion. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 45, 1–4, 91–100.Google Scholar
  89. Steiner F 1988: Die Einführung des Supermodells und die Demonstrierung seiner Notwendigkeit in der geophysikalischen Praxis. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 45, 1–4, 101–118.Google Scholar
  90. Steiner F 1988: Ausgleichsprinzipien im Zeichen einer doppelten Zielsetzung. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 45, 1–4, 119–124.Google Scholar
  91. Steiner F 1988: Konzentrationsempfindlichkeit der verallgemeinerten häufigsten Werte. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 45, 1–4, 133–150.Google Scholar
  92. Steiner F 1988: Über asymptotische Streuungen von verallgemeinerten häufigsten Werte, falls die Verteilungen asymmetrisch sind. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 45, 1–4, 151–176.Google Scholar
  93. Steiner F 1988: Empirische Funktionen zur Ausrechnung der Asymmetriekoeffizienten. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 45, 1–4, 177–188.Google Scholar
  94. Steiner F 1988: Zum Paradoxon von Csernyák und andere Bemerkungen zum Problemkreis der asymmetrischen Verteilungen. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 45, 1–4, 189–198.Google Scholar
  95. Steiner F 1988: Einige Fragen der Modellierung der Wahrscheinlichkeitsverteilungstype der Geophysik auf Grund von Stichproben. Publ. of Techn. Univ. for Heavy Ind., Series A Mining, 45, 1–4, 209–228.Google Scholar
  96. Steiner F 1988: Need and possibilities for increasing the efficiency of geostatistic calculations (in Hungarian). Földtani Közlöny, 118, 2.Google Scholar
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  101. Steiner F 1991: Average efficiencies as global characteristics of different statistic procedures. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 26, 1–4, 135–151.Google Scholar
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  104. Steiner F 1991: Distortion of error characteristics by outliers. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 26, 1–4, 454–468.Google Scholar
  105. Hajagos B, Steiner F 1992: MFV-filtering to suppress errors — A comparison with median filters. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 27, 2–4, 185–194.Google Scholar
  106. Hajagos B, Steiner F 1992: “Built-in” statistics in geophysical instruments. Acta Geod. Geoph. Mont. Hung., 27, 2–4, 293–300.Google Scholar
  107. Hajagos B, Steiner F 1992: Generalization and robustification of the covariance matrix. Geophysical Transactions, 37, 2–3, 111–157.Google Scholar
  108. Hajagos B, Steiner F 1993: Determination of fault’s position in mines using different norms in inversion. Annales Univ. Sci. Budapestiensis de R. Eötvös Nom. Sectio Geophysica et Meteorologica, 9, 101–146.Google Scholar
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  111. Steiner F 1994: Some properties of the MFV-calculations testing in case of a → 1 for the supermodel ƒa(x). Acta Geod. Geoph. Hung., 29, 1–2, 259–272.Google Scholar
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  115. Csernyák L, Hajagos B, Steiner F 1995: The philosophy of the most frequent value procedures. Acta Geod. Geoph. Hung., 30, 2–4, 265–280.Google Scholar
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  120. Steiner F 1995: Applied geophysical review and the activity of Department of Geophysics at the University of Miskolc (in Hungarian). Horizont, 1995, 52–64.Google Scholar
  121. Steiner F 1996: Advantages of the joint inversion. Consequences to the proper ways by the development of various kinds of inversion technics, especially of the gravimetric one (in Hungarian). Magyar Geofizika, 37, 1, 27–37.Google Scholar
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  128. Steiner F, Hajagos B 1999: A more sophisticated definition of the sample median. Acta Geod. Geoph. Hung., 34, 1–2, 59–64.Google Scholar
  129. Steiner F, Hajagos B 1999: Insufficiency of asymptotic results demonstrated on statistical efficiencies of the L 1 norm calculated for some types of the supermodel ƒp(x). Acta Geod. Geoph. Hung., 34, 1–2, 65–70.Google Scholar
  130. Hajagos B, Steiner F, Szűcs P 1999: Two tests of “normality”. Acta Geod. Geoph. Hung., 34, 1–2, 71–86.Google Scholar
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