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|A non-monotonic convergence analysis of population clusters of random numbers.
|Obabueki, B. E.
Reju, S. A.
|Standard deviation of population
Sequence of means of standard deviations
Estimation of standard deviation
Randomly generated numbers
|Obabueki, B. E., & Reju, S. A. (2012). A non-monotonic convergence analysis of population clusters of random numbers. PROGRESS Multi-disciplinary Research Journal, 2(1), 43-50.
|The standard deviation of a population (of size N ) is a measure of the spread of the population observations about the mean. A population may be clustered and the standard deviation of each cluster calculated. This paper looked at how the mean of the standard deviations of the clusters of a population of random numbers relate to the standard deviation of the population as the size of the clusters increased. We assumed that all clusters have the same size.
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