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  1. GA Alperovich (1989), "The distribution of city size: a sensitivity analysis", Journal of Urban Economics, 25:93-102.

  2. M Yu Borodovsky, SM Gusein-Zade (1989), "A general rule for ranged series of codon frequencies in different genomes", Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics, 6:1001-1013.

  3. Y Chen (1989), "Analysis of Lotka's law: the Simon-Yule approach", Information Processing and Management, 25(5):527-544.
    [Lotka's law]

  4. Y Chen (1989), "Zipf's laws in Text modeling", International Journal of General Systems, 15:233-252.

  5. Y Chen, FF Leimkuhler (1989), "A type-token identity in the Simon-Yule model of text", Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 40(1):45-53.

  6. Leo Egghe (1989), The Duality of Informetric Systems with Applications to the Empirical Laws, Ph.D Thesis (City University, London).

  7. S Naranan (1989), "'Power law' version of Bradford's law: statistical tests and methods of estimation", Scientometrics, 17:211-226.
    [Bradford's law]

  8. Michael J Nelsen (1989), "Stochastic models for the distribution of index terms", Journal of Documentation, 45:227-237.

  9. JS Nicolis, I Tsuda (1989), "On the parallel between Zipf's Law and 1/f processes in chaotic systems possessing coexisting attractors: a possible mechanism for language formation in the cerebral cortex", Progress of Theoretical Physics, 82(2):254-274.

  10. PT Nicholls (1989), "Bibliometric modelling processes and the empirical validity of Lotka's law", Journal of the American Society of Information Science, 40:379-385.
    [Lotka's law]

  11. Howard White, Katherine W McCain (1989) "Bibliometrics", Annual Review of Information Science and Technology, 24:119-186.


  12. GA Alperovich (1988), "A new testing procedure of rank size distribution", Journal of Urban Economics, 23:251-259.

  13. BC Brookes (1988), "Comments on the scope of bibliometrics", in Proceedings of the First International Conference on Bibliometrics and Theoretical Aspects of Information Retrieval, eds. L Egghe, R Rousseau, pp.29-41 (Elsevier).

  14. BC Brookes (1988), "Sichel's inverse Gaussian-Poisson distribution: recent advances", Journal of Information Science, 14:233-236.

  15. Y Chen (1988), "An exponential becurrence distribution in the Simon-Yule model of text", Cybernetics and Systems: An International Journal, 19:521-545.

  16. JC Houghton (1988), "Use of the truncated shifted pareto distribution in assessing size distribution of oil and gas", Mathematical Geology, 20(8):907-937.

  17. Milan Kunz (1988), "A case study against Haitun's conjectures", Scientometrics, 13:25-33.

  18. Milan Kunz (1988), "Lotka and Zipf: paper dragons with fuzzy tails", Scientometrics, 13:289-297.


  19. Ye-Sho Chen, Ferdinand F Leimkuhler (1987), "Analysis of Zipf's law: an index approach", Information Processing and Management, 23:71-182.

  20. Ye-Sho Chen, Ferdinand F Leimkuhler (1987), "Bradford's law: an index approach", Scientometrics, 11:183-198.

  21. JRM Hosking, JR Wallis (1987), "Parameter and quantile estimation for the generalized Pareto distribution", Technometrics, 29(3):339-349.


  22. Ye-Sho Chen, Ferdinand F Leimkuhler (1986), "A relationship between Lotka's law, Bradford's law, and Zipf's law", Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 37:307-314.
    [Lotka's law, Bradford's law]

  23. TM Cocks, BC Brookes (1986), "Sichel's unification of bibliometric frequency distribution", Journal of Information Science, 12:45-51.

  24. Leo Egghe (1986), "The dual of Bradford's law", Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 37:246-255.
    [Bradford's law]

  25. GS Lo (1986), "Asymptotic behavior of Hill's estimate and application", Journal of Applied Probability, 23:922-936.

  26. ES Mills, CM Becker (1986), Studies in Indian Urban Development (Oxford University Press for the World Bank).

  27. H V Paliwal, S N Bhatnagar, S K Haldar (1986), "Lead-zinc resource prediction in India: An application of Zipf's law", Mathematical Geology, 18(6):539-549.
    [ abstract]


  28. QL Burrell (1985), "The 80/20 rule: library lore or statistical law?", Journal of Documentation, 41(1):24-39.
    [Pareto's principle]

  29. Linus Ikpaahindi (1985), "An overview of bibliometrics: its measurements, laws and their applications", Libri, 35(2):163-177.

  30. ML Pao (1985), "Lotka's law: a testing procedure", Information Processing and Management, 21(4):305-320.
    [Lotka's law]

  31. JB Parr (1985), "A note on the city size distribution of cities over time", Journal of Urban Economics, 18:199-212.


  32. GA Alperovich (1984), "The size distribution of cities: on the empirical validity of the rank-size rule", Journal of Urban Economics, 16:232-239.

  33. J de Vries (1984), European Urbanization 1500-1800 (Methuen, London).

  34. Bertram C Brookes (1984), "Towards informetrics: Haitun, Laplace, Zipf, Bradford and Alvey programme", Journal of Documentation, 40:120-143.

  35. Bertram C Brookes (1984), "Ranking techniques and the empirical log law", Inf. Process. Manage., 20(1-2):37-46.

  36. JE Fedorowicz (1984), "Database evaluation using multiple regression techniques", Proceedings of 1984 ACM SIGMOD International Conference on Management of Data, pp.70-76 (ACM Press).


  37. Barry C Arnold (1983), Pareto distributions (International Co-operative Pub. House).

  38. Wendy R Fox, Gabriel W Lasker (1983), "The distribution of surname frequencies", International Statistical Review, 51:81-87.

  39. Ju K Orlov, RY Chitashvili (1983), "On the statistical interpretation of Zipf's law", Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of the Georgian, 109(3):505-508.

  40. Ju K Orlov, RY Chitashvili (1983), "Generalized Z-distribution generating the well-known 'Rank-Distributions'", Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of the Georgian, 110(2):269-272.

  41. P Zornig, G Altmann (1983), "The repeat rate of phoneme frequencies and the Zipf-Mandelbrot law", Glottometrika, 5:205-211.


  42. Bertram Brookes (1982), "Quantitative analysis in the humanities: the advantage of ranking techniques", in Studies on Zipf's law, eds. H Guiter, MV Arapov pp. 65-115 (Brockmeyer).

  43. JE Fedorowicz (1982), "A Zipfian model of an automatic bibliographic system: an application to MEDLINE", Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 33:223-232.

  44. JE Fedorowicz (1982), "The theoretical foundation of Zipf's law and its application to the bibliographic data base environment", Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 33(5):284-292.

  45. BM Hill (1982), "A theoretical derivation of the Zipf (Pareto) law", in Studies on Zipf's Law , eds. H Guiter, MV Arapov, pp. 53-64 (Studienverlag Brockmeyer, Bochum, Germany).

  46. A Rapoport (1982), "Zipf's law revisited", in Studies on Zipf's Law , eds. H Guiter, MV Arapov, pp. 1-28 (Studienverlag Brockmeyer, Bochum, Germany).

  47. E Sheppard (1982), "City size distributions and spatial economic change", International Regional Science Review, 7:127-151.


  48. D Dyer (1981), "Structural probability bounds for the strong Pareto law", Canadian Journal of Statistics, 9:71-77.
    [Pareto's principle]

  49. JJ Hubert (1981), "General bibliometric models", Library Trends, 30:65-81.

  50. Ronald E Wyllys (1981), "Empirical and theoretical bases of Zipf's law," Library Trends, 30(1):53-64. [PDF]


  51. Wen-Chen Chen (1980), "On the weak form of Zipf's law", Journal of Applied Probability, 17:?-?.

  52. P Lansky, T Radil-Weiss (1980), "A generalization of the Yule-Simon model, with special reference to word association tests and neural cell assembly formation", Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 21:53-65.

  53. EJ Malecki (1980), "Growth and change in the analysis of rank-size distributions: empirical findings", Environment and Planning A, 12:41-52.

  54. IKR Rao (1980), "The distribution of scientific productivity and social change", Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 31:111-112.

  55. KT Rosen, M Resnick (1980), "The size distribution of cities: an examination of the Pareto law and primacy", Journal of Urban Economics, 8:165-186.
    [Pareto's principle]

  56. Hilary L Seal (1980), "Survival probabilities based on Pareto claim distributions", Astin Bulletin, 11:61-71.
    [Pareto's principle]

  57. L Suarez-Villa (1980), "Rank size distribution, city size hierarchies and the Backmann model: some empirical results", Journal of Regional Science, 20:91-97.

  58. AI Yablonsky(1980), "On fundamental regularities of the distribution of scientific productivity", Scientometrics, 2:3-34.