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1990

  1. Abraham Bookstein (1990), "Informetric distributions. Part I: unified overview", Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 41:368-375.

  2. Abraham Bookstein (1990), "Informetric distributions. Part II: resilience to ambiguity", Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 41:376-386.

  3. WA Britten (1990), "A use statistic for collection management: the 80/20 rule revisited", Libr Acquis Pract Theory, 14(2):183-189.
    [Pareto's principle]

  4. Y Chen, FF Leimkuhler (1990), "Booth's law of word frequency", Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 41(5):387-388.

  5. TA Cameron (1990), "One-stage structual models to explain city size", Journal of Urban Economics, 27:294-307.

  6. JL Clark, KT Lua, J McCallum (1990), "Conformance of Chinese text to Zipf's law", Proceedings of International Conference on Databases, Parallel Architectures and Their Applications (PARBASE-90) pp.533-? (IEEE Press).

  7. Leo Egghe (1990), "The duality of informetric systems with applications to the empirical laws", Journal of Information Science, 16:17-27.

  8. Leo Egghe, Ronald Rousseau (1990), Introduction to Informetrics: Quantitative Methods in Library, Documentation and Information Science (Elsevier).

  9. U Kamecke (1990), "Testing the rank size rule hypothesis with an efficient estimator", Journal of Urban Economics, 27:222-231.

  10. Milan Kunz (1990), "Can the lognormal distribution be rehabilitated?", Scientometrics, 18:179-191.

  11. B Lepetit (1990), "Patterns of settlement and political changes: the French revolution and the national urban hierarchy", in A van der Woude, A Hayami, J de Vries eds., Urbanization in History (Clarendon Press, Oxford).

  12. AZ Mekjian (1990), "Model of a fragmentation process and its power-law behavior", Physical Review Letters, 64:2125-2128.

  13. Liwen Qiu (1990), "An empirical examination of the existing models for Bradford's law", Information Processing and Management, 26:655-672.
    [Bradford law]

  14. Ronald Rousseau (1990), "Relations between continuous versions of bibliometric laws", Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 41(3):197-203.
    [ Abstract: Demonstrates how the addition of a third 'hidden' variable to the two parameters in Lotka's law makes this law equivalent, in a strictly logical sense, with Mandelbrot's law. Similarly, Lotka's inverse square law is made equivalent with Leimkuhler's law. It is also shown how Pareto's law fits into this framework. ]
    [Lotka's law, Pareto's principle]

  15. M Rytgaard (1990), "Estimation in the Pareto Distribution", Astin Bulletin, 20:201-216.
    [Pareto's principle]