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, and on the probability space (Ω , ℬ (Ω) ,m H ), define the H ( D )-valued random element ζ ( s,α,ω ) by the formula ζ ( s , α , ω ) = ∑ m = 0 ∞ ω ( m ) ( m + α ) s . where α > 0 is as in the introduction. We notice that the series for ζ ( s, α

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other distribution. The probability that a random element from distribution X has more citations than a random element from distribution Y is estimated by the proportion of those elements in sample of X that indeed have higher citation counts

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illustration, 1_ 4 , 2_ 3 , 3_ 1 and 4_ 2 (where “_” indicates the middle element of the triplet) would occur often because the third element (bold numbers) could be derived from the sequence or could also be a random element. In contrast, 1_ 3 or 4_ 1

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