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Silva, Nascimento and Skinner, Chris J. (1995) Estimating distribution functions with auxiliary information using poststratification. Journal of Official Statistics, 11 (3). pp. 277-294. ISSN 0282-423X

Smith, Leonard A. (1995) Accountability and error in ensemble prediction of baroclinic flows. In: Seminar on Predictability, 4-8 September 1995. ECMWF seminar proceedings. European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, Reading, UK, pp. 351-368.

Smith, Leonard A. (1995) Locally optimized prediction of nonlinear systems: stochastic and deterministic. In: Tong, Howell, (ed.) Chaos and Forecasting. Nonlinear time series and chaos (2). World Scientific Publishing, Singapore. ISBN 9789810221263

Smith, Leonard A. (1995) A personal overview of nonlinear time-series analysis from a chaos perspective - comments. Scandinavian Journal of Statistics, 22 (4). pp. 435-437. ISSN 0303-6898

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Theiler, James and Smith, Leonard A. (1995) Anomalous convergence of Lyapunov exponent estimates. Physical Review E, 51 (4). pp. 3738-3741. ISSN 2470-0045

Tong, Howell (1995) An overview on chaos. In: Titterington, D.M, (ed.) Complex Stochastic Systems and Engineering: Conference Proceedings (Institute of Mathematics and Its Applications Conference Serie. Clarendon Press, London, UK, pp. 3-11. ISBN 9780198534853

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Yao, Qiwei and Tong, Howell (1995) On initial-condition sensitivity and prediction in nonlinear stochastic systems. Bulletin of the International Statistical Institute, 50 (4). pp. 395-412. ISSN 0074-8609

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Ziehmann-Schlumbohm, C., Fraedrich, K. and Smith, Leonard A. (1995) Ein internes Vorhersagbarkeitsexperiment im Lorenz-Modell. Meteorologische Zeitschrift, 4 (1). pp. 16-21. ISSN 0941-2948

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