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1992

  1. Harald Baayen (1992), "Statistical models for word frequency distributions: A linguistic evaluation", Computers and the Humanities, 26(5-6):347-363.
    [ abstract]

  2. Y Chen (1992), "Zipf-Halstead's theory of software metrication", International Journal of Computer Mathematics, 41:125-138.

  3. R Gunther, B Shapiro, P Wagner (1992), "Physical complexity and Zipf's law", Journal of Theoretical Physics, 31:525-543.

  4. Wentian Li (1992), "Random texts exhibit Zipf's-law-like word frequency distribution", IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 38(6):1842-1845.

  5. S Naranan (1992), "Statistical laws of information science, language and system of natural numbers: some striking similarities", Journal of Scientific and Industrial Resear5ch, 51:736-755.

  6. S Naranan, VK Balasubrahmanyan (1992), "Information theoretic models in statistical linguistics. Part I: A model for word frequencies", Current Science, 63:261-269.

  7. S Naranan, VK Balasubrahmanyan (1992), "Information theoretic models in statistical linguistics. Part II: Word frequencies and hierarchical structure in languages", Current Science, 63:297-306.

  8. Mark J Nigrini (1992), The Detection of Income Tax Evasion Through an Analysis of Digital Frequencies (Ph.D Thesis, Univ Cincinnati)
    [Benford law]

  9. R Rousseau (1992), "Breakdown of the robustness property of Lotka's law: the case of adjusted counts for multiauthorship attribution", Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 43(10):645-647.
    [Lotka's law]

  10. R Rousseau, Qiaoqiao Zhang (1992), "Zipf's data on the frequency of Chinese words revisited", Scientometrics, 24(2):201-220.

  11. M Trachtenberg (1992), "Why failure rates observe Zipf's law in operational software", IEEE Transactions on Reliability, 41(3):386-389.
    [ Abstract: The author proposes a model showing how software developers, when attempting to produce software of a given reliability level with a minimum of resources, create software whose fault content observes Phillip's and Zipf's laws. He also proposes a software reliability model based on Zipf's law that fits Adam's reliability data on nine software systems with an average correlation coefficient of 0.986. He concludes that software, when and only when optimally developed, displays operational reliability patterns conforming to Zipf's law. ]

  12. P Zornig, M Boroda (1992), "The Zipf-Mandelbrot law and the interdependencies between frequency structure and frequency distribution in coherent texts", Glottometrika, 13:205-218.