By Emilia Athayde, M. Ivette Gomes (auth.), P. Bauer, F. Konecny, W. Wertz (eds.)

The previous a number of years have obvious the production and extension of a truly conclusive thought of information and chance. some of the examine staff who've been all in favour of either likelihood and information felt the necessity for conferences that supply a chance for private con tacts between students whose fields of specialization conceal wide spectra in bothstatistics and likelihood: to debate significant open difficulties and new options, and to supply encouragement for extra study during the lectures of rigorously chosen students, furthermore to introduce to more youthful colleagues the newest learn options and hence to stimulate their curiosity in study. to satisfy those objectives, the sequence of Pannonian Symposia on Mathematical data used to be prepared, starting within the 12 months 1979: the 1st, moment and fourth one in undesirable Tatzmannsdorf, Burgenland, Austria, the 3rd and 5th in Visegrad, Hungary. The 6th Pannonian Symposium used to be held in undesirable Tatzmannsdorf back, within the time among 14 and 20 September 1986, less than the auspices of Dr. Heinz FISCHER, Federal Minister of technology and study, Theodor KERY, President of the kingdom govt of Burgenland, Dr. Franz SAUERZOPF, Vice-President of the kingdom Govern ment of Burgenland and Dr. Josef SCHMIDL, President of the Austrian Sta tistical valuable workplace. The contributors of the Honorary Committee have been buddy ERDOS, WXadisXaw ORLICZ, friend REVESZ, Leopold SCHMETTERER and Istvan VINCZE; these of the Organizing Committee have been Wilfried GROSSMANN (Uni versity of Vienna), Franz KONECNY (University of Agriculture of Vienna) and, because the chairman, Wolfgang WERTZ (Technical collage of Vienna) .

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2. 6 1. 13 1. 18 1. 21 1. e. f. H, of the pair of variables introduced by Raftery (1984) (cf. 2) (l_v)z otherwise TI /(I-TI ) in Raftery's notation and 2 2 for the sake of brevity of formulae we derive we consider zE(O,I) , ~ 0 . Our f 1 z -1-z (I-v) (l+z(l-u) ) equals to only. 2) is b(z,S) z/(2+z) , the independence is equivalent to z=O. 001 and under the same simpl ified notation as in the previous example. Table 2. 2) it can be shown that P. BAJORSKI AND T. 701 1 1 and for £ 1-d ) , where d are sole and d 1 1 o 2 of the equations 2d-lnd = 2 and 2d +d+ln(1-d) = 0, sufficiently small roots from (0,1) (£ < respectively.

001 , where to S P. BAJORSKI AND T. LEDWINA 20 Table 1. 2. 6 1. 13 1. 18 1. 21 1. e. f. H, of the pair of variables introduced by Raftery (1984) (cf. 2) (l_v)z otherwise TI /(I-TI ) in Raftery's notation and 2 2 for the sake of brevity of formulae we derive we consider zE(O,I) , ~ 0 . Our f 1 z -1-z (I-v) (l+z(l-u) ) equals to only. 2) is b(z,S) z/(2+z) , the independence is equivalent to z=O. 001 and under the same simpl ified notation as in the previous example. Table 2. 2) it can be shown that P.

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