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About a function that allows calculation of all symmetric homogeneous bivariate means; pp. 346–354

Full article in PDF format | 10.3176/proc.2020.4.05

Mart Abel, Raido Marmor


In this paper we define a function that allows us to calculate all symmetric homogeneous bivariate means. We also provide examples for this function in case of 17 means.


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