Exposition, College Level, by Dr. deLaubenfels
The following need varying amounts of knowledge of calculus, linear algebra, probability, and/or statistics for full comprehension.
"Early History of the Inner Product in Statistics," Master's Thesis, Ohio State University, 2004
"The Victory of Least Squares and Orthogonality in Statistics," The American Statistician 60 (2006), 315-321
"How Old is Statistical Inference?", preprint, 2010
"A Relationship Strictly Between Uncorrelated and Independent," preprint, 2011
"Common Origins of Statistical Inference and Calculus," preprint, 2012
"Defining Orthogonality Leads to Defining Angles," preprint, 2013
"Does Ontogeny Recapitulate Phylogeny in Learning Freshman Calculus?", preprint, 2014
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