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October 30th, 2014, 09:22 AM   #1
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Abbe-Helmert Criterion

I was reading a dictionary of mathematics and encountered a term "Abbe-Helmert Criterion". I got curious about what it was and tried to Google it using both English and my native language, but got no result. Does anybody here know about Abbe-Helmert criterion?
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No, but my Google-fu is stronger. At
Earliest Known Uses of Some of the Words of Mathematics (A)
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ABBE-HELMERT CRITERION for randomness is named for Ernst Abbe and F. R. Helmert. The criterion is based on the first-order serial correlation coefficient and, according to H. O. A. Wold & L. Juréen Demand Analysis: A Study in Econometrics p. 332 , “was first proposed by Abbe (1863) and a large-sample theory was developed by Helmert (1905).” The articles referred to are Abbe (1863), “Über die Gesetzmässigkeit in der Verteilung der Fehler bei Beobachtungsreihen” in Gesammelte Abhandlungen, 2, 55 – 81. and Helmert (1905) “Über die Genauigkeit der Kriterion des Zufalls bei Beobachtungsreihen,” Sitzungsberichte der Kgl. Preussischen Akad. Dder Wissenschaften 1905, 594-512. Abbe’s work is particularly remarkable, coming so many years before the era of modern time series analysis. Compare the entries SERIAL CORRELATION and CORRELOGRAM.
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How... How did you manage to find that on Google? I have been trying over and over in both language and even with quote marks, it was all in vain.
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How... How did you manage to find that on Google? I have been trying over and over in both language and even with quote marks, it was all in vain.
Because I am the One.
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Some other questions: Do you know about Adams predictor-corrector formula, Adams-Bashforth method, and Adams-Moulton method? What are they all about? And what are the full names of people who found those methods and formulas? Also, can this thread's title be changed to "[ASK] Questions About Mathematicians"?
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