probability integral transformation

probability integral transformation
French\ \ transformation par fonction de répartition
German\ \ Wahrscheinlichkeitsintegraltransformation
Dutch\ \ transformatie naar de verdelingsfunctie
Italian\ \ trasformazione dell'integrale di probabilità
Spanish\ \ transformación de la integral de probabilidad
Catalan\ \ transformació integral de probabilitat
Portuguese\ \ transformação uniformizante
Romanian\ \ -
Danish\ \ -
Norwegian\ \ -
Swedish\ \ -
Greek\ \ ακέραιος μετασχηματισμός πιθανότητας
Finnish\ \ kertymäfunktiomuunnos
Hungarian\ \ valószínûségi integrál transzformáció
Turkish\ \ olasılık integrali dönüştürümü
Estonian\ \ teisendus tõenäosusintegraali abil
Lithuanian\ \ tikimybių integralinė transformacija
Slovenian\ \ -
Polish\ \ transformacja całkowa prawdopodobieństwa
Russian\ \ преобразование интеграла вероятности
Ukrainian\ \ -
Serbian\ \ -
Icelandic\ \ líkur óaðskiljanlegur umbreytingu
Euskara\ \ probabilitate eraldaketa integrala
Farsi\ \ t bdile ntegraliye ehtemal
Persian-Farsi\ \ تبديل انتگرالي احتمال
Arabic\ \ تحويل تكامل الاحتمال
Afrikaans\ \ verdelingsfunksie-transformasie
Chinese\ \ 概 率 积 分 变 换
Korean\ \ 확률적분변환

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