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Estimation of interaction potentials of spatial point patterns through the maximum likelihood procedure. (English) Zbl 0478.62078

MSC:
62M99 Inference from stochastic processes
62P99 Applications of statistics
82B05 Classical equilibrium statistical mechanics (general)
65C05 Monte Carlo methods
82B30 Statistical thermodynamics
82B99 Equilibrium statistical mechanics
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