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"slug" => "chord-length-distribution-functions-and-rice-formulae-application-to-random-media"
"yearMonth" => "2012-09"
"year" => "2012"
"title" => "Chord-Length Distribution Functions and Rice Formulae. Application to Random Media"
"description" => "ESTRADE, A., IRIBARREN, I. et KRATZ, M. (2012). Chord-Length Distribution Functions and Rice Formulae. Application to Random Media. <i>Extremes</i>, 15(3), pp. 333-352."
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"name" => "ESTRADE A."
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"name" => "IRIBARREN I."
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0 => "Chord"
1 => "(Up/down) crossing"
2 => "Gaussian process"
3 => "Level-cut process"
4 => "Palm probability"
5 => "Porous medium"
6 => "Rice formula"
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"fr" => "We consider a stationary and isotropic bi-phasic (pore and solid) medium, draw many lines through it, and see each line as a one-dimensional level-cut process with value 0 or 1 according to whether a regular stationary process X is less or greater than a given level. The intervals corresponding to the points at which X is in a given phase are named chords. We are interested in obtaining information on the chord-length distribution functions. Working with the Palm probability measure and using level crossings techniques, in particular, Rice methods, we can obtain not only the exact analytical formula of the chord-length distribution function but also the joint distribution function of the lengths of two successive chords. Finally, we indicate some concrete applications for the computation of usual stereological parameters."
"en" => "We consider a stationary and isotropic bi-phasic (pore and solid) medium, draw many lines through it, and see each line as a one-dimensional level-cut process with value 0 or 1 according to whether a regular stationary process X is less or greater than a given level. The intervals corresponding to the points at which X is in a given phase are named chords. We are interested in obtaining information on the chord-length distribution functions. Working with the Palm probability measure and using level crossings techniques, in particular, Rice methods, we can obtain not only the exact analytical formula of the chord-length distribution function but also the joint distribution function of the lengths of two successive chords. Finally, we indicate some concrete applications for the computation of usual stereological parameters."
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"docTitle" => "Chord-Length Distribution Functions and Rice Formulae. Application to Random Media"
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"authorNames" => "<a href="/cv/kratz-marie">KRATZ Marie</a>, ESTRADE A., IRIBARREN I."
"docDescription" => "<span class="document-property-authors">KRATZ Marie, ESTRADE A., IRIBARREN I.</span><br><span class="document-property-authors_fields">Systèmes d’Information, Sciences de la Décision et Statistiques</span> | <span class="document-property-year">2012</span>"
"keywordList" => "<a href="#">Chord</a>, <a href="#">(Up/down) crossing</a>, <a href="#">Gaussian process</a>, <a href="#">Level-cut process</a>, <a href="#">Palm probability</a>, <a href="#">Porous medium</a>, <a href="#">Rice formula</a>"
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