On a New Method of Graduation

@inproceedings{WhittakerOnAN,
  title={On a New Method of Graduation},
  author={Edmund Taylor Whittaker}
}
Suppose that as a result of observation or experience of some kind we have obtained a set of values of a variable u corresponding to equidistant values of its argument; let these be denoted by u 1 , u 2 , … u n If they have been derived from observations of some natural phenomenon, they will be affected by errors of observation; if they are statistical data derived from the examination of a comparatively small field, they will be affected by irregularities arising from the accidental… Expand
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