By John C. Oxtoby

During this version, a collection of Supplementary Notes and feedback has been additional on the finish, grouped in line with bankruptcy. a few of these name recognition to next advancements, others upload extra rationalization or extra comments. lots of the comments are observed through a in brief indicated facts, that is occasionally diversified from the single given within the reference mentioned. The checklist of references has been elevated to incorporate many fresh contributions, however it remains to be now not meant to be exhaustive. John C. Oxtoby Bryn Mawr, April 1980 Preface to the 1st version This booklet has major issues: the Baire classification theorem as a mode for proving lifestyles, and the "duality" among degree and classification. the class process is illustrated by means of numerous usual functions, and the analogy among degree and class is explored in all of its ramifications. To this finish, the weather of metric topology are reviewed and the crucial houses of Lebesgue degree are derived. It seems that Lebesgue integration isn't really crucial for current purposes-the Riemann crucial is enough. suggestions of basic degree idea and topology are brought, yet not only for the sake of generality. understand that, the time period "category" refers constantly to Baire type; it has not anything to do with the time period because it is utilized in homological algebra.

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Y A T E S , F . , Hafner, New York. (w>2). ON SOME OF THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF INTERPENETRATING NETWORKS OF SAMPLES By W . E D W A R D S D E M I N G Consultant in Statistical Surveys, Washington BREADTH OF A P P L I C A T I O N I t is a special pleasure and privilege for me to present a paper in honour of Professor Mahalanobis, as for 14 years I have used only interpenetrating networks of samples ( I P N S ) , initiated by him, as everyone knows, about 1936. , switching railway cars), cost of instalhng certain types of equipment, usage of telephone circuits, studies of the characteristics of rail and motor freight, air passengertraflSc, census information, early tabulation of complete censuses, agricultural pro duction, studies of housing conditions, and otherwise.

Sity of North Carolina, Institute of Statistics, Mimeo Series No. 358. Bose, R . C . and C l a t w o r t h y , W . H . , 26, 212-232. Some classes of partially balanced designs. 1206. Univer Ann. Math. B o s e , R . C . and C o n n o r W . S . (1952): Combinatorial properties of group divisible incomplete block designs. Ann. Math. , 23, 367-383. B o s e , R . C . and M e s n e r , D . M . (1959) : On Unear associative algebrM corresponding to tion schemes of partially balanced designs. Ann. , 80, 21-38.

PATTERSON, H . D . (1954) : The errors of lattice samphng. Int. J. Roy. Stat. Soc, Series A . Ann. 16, 140-149. S E N , A . R. (1955): On the selection of η primary sampling units from a stratum structure Ann. Math. , 26, 744-751. Y A T E S , F . , Hafner, New York. (w>2). ON SOME OF THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF INTERPENETRATING NETWORKS OF SAMPLES By W . E D W A R D S D E M I N G Consultant in Statistical Surveys, Washington BREADTH OF A P P L I C A T I O N I t is a special pleasure and privilege for me to present a paper in honour of Professor Mahalanobis, as for 14 years I have used only interpenetrating networks of samples ( I P N S ) , initiated by him, as everyone knows, about 1936.