306 Vol. 70, No. 3, March 1989 pected serial correlations and robustness in time se- has a certain granularity because it is written by four ries. This last part of the book is again more approach- people; transitions from one writing style to another able and somewhat less technical than its main are apparent as one moves through the material. There body. A comprehensive bibliography on the subject is also a German or Dutch flavor in the authors' ver- of robust statistics containing approximately 425 en- sion of the English language which is clearly notice- tries may be found at the end of the book. able throughout most of the book. This is a defect One of my favorite features of this book is that its which I found to be quite annoying in a book which separate parts are accessible in a more or less random deals with a complex subject. I often found myself manner. Particularly useful I think is the discussion puzzling over the meaning of complex sentences of how to read the book which is contained in the which were constructed using incorrect grammatical forms. However, despite these flaws, I think that the preface. I
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Mar 1, 1989
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