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Heap ordered trees are planted plane trees, labelled in such a way that the labels always increase from the root to a leaf. We study two parameters, assuming that p of the n nodes are selected at random: the size of the ancestor tree of these nodes and the smallest subtree generated by these nodes. We compute expectation, variance, and also the Gaussian(More)
(2015) Exploring inequities in child welfare and child protection services: explaining the 'inverse intervention law', Children and Youth Services Review, 57, pp. 98-105. ABSTRACT Attempts to record, understand and respond to variations in child welfare and protection reporting, service patterns and outcomes are international, numerous and longstanding.(More)
Unfortunately, the original version of this supplement [1] contained errors in two of the abstracts; P037 and P127. Please see details below. In P037, the image presented as Figure eight is incorrect. The correct figure is shown below (Fig. 1). permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to(More)
2015. Exploring inequities in child welfare and child protection services: Explaining the 'inverse intervention law'. Please note: Changes made as a result of publishing processes such as copy-editing, formatting and page numbers may not be reflected in this version. For the definitive version of this publication, please refer to the published source. You(More)
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