It is shown that a certain differential form depending on the values of the parameters in a law of chance is invariant for all transformations of the parameters when the law is differentiable with… Expand

It is well known that in certain circumstances a type of instability may arise at the surface of separation of two fluids when there is a finite difference between the velocities on the two sides of… Expand

IT seems worth while to compare various estimates of the secular accelerations of the Moon's mean motion (\[ndot]) and the Earth's rate of rotation (\[omegadot]), and also of the dissipation (dE/dt)… Expand

THE author of the latest discussion of the foundations of physics, Prof. P. W. Bridgman, of Harvard University, is a highly distinguished experimenter in a branch of physics with a peculiarly… Expand

1. Fundamental notions 2. Direct probabilities 3. Estimation problems 4. Approximate methods and simplifications 5. Significance tests: one new parameter 6. Significance tests: various complications… Expand