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By H. Atmanspacher, H. Scheingraber, W. Voges (auth.), V. Di Gesù, L. Scarsi, P. Crane, J. H. Friedman, S. Levialdi, M. C. Maccarone (eds.)

In the ebook are suggested the most effects awarded on the 3rd foreign Workshop on facts research in Astronomy, held on the EUore Majorana heart for clinical tradition, Erice, Sicily, Italy, on June 20-27,1988. The Workshop was once the ordinary evolution of the 2 past ones. the most objective of the 1st variation (Erice 1984) used to be to begin a systematic interplay among Astronomers and laptop Scientists. target of the second one (Erice 1986) was once to examine the growth in facts research tools and committed expertise. info research difficulties turn into more durable at any time when the information are bad in records or the sign is susceptible and embedded in dependent historical past. Experiments accumulating info of any such nature require new and non-standard methodologies. Possibilistic ways might be merged with the statistical ones, so one can formalize all of the wisdom utilized by the scientists to arrive conclusions. in addition, the decade has been characterised by means of very speedy advancements of clever structures for info research (knowledge dependent structures, ... ) that might be important to aid astronomers in complicated selection making. For those purposes, the final version of the workshop was once meant to supply an outline at the state-of-the-art within the information research methodologies and instruments within the new frontieres of the astrophysics (y-astronomy, neutrino astronomy, gravitational waves, heritage radiation and severe cosmic ray strength spectrum). The publication is prepared in sections: - facts research equipment and instruments, - New frontieres in astronomy.

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Principal component analyses were performed on covariance and correlation matrices and presented elsewhere (Bougeard 1981,1982). In this Paper, we restrict ourselves to the study of the stability of the principal components in the context of covariance-PCA. l the results of some classical normality tests applied to the variables AI-All, namely the Kolmogorov's D statistic, Fisher's G statistics for skewness and kurtosis which are (Fisher 1973) based on the first four cumulants: Al,2,5,7,9 are seen as nongaussian.

D. camera for the measurements) with an improvement of the refraction corrections obtained by adequate filters. So, the periodicities detected here through the moving regressions will be underlined more easily in the future campaigns; in particular, the different periodic components could be determined with more accuracy as soon as the whole (apparent) sun orbit will be covered. 5. L. 1982. "Analyse des observations du Solei! a I'astrolabe du Cerga, memoire Observatoire de Paris. , Laclare F. 1983.

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