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 adj. Of or pertaining to Carl Friedrich Gauss.
 adj. Normal.
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Maybe reviewer found something wrong with term Gaussian statistics , and they corrected it to Gaussian residuals not much better, autocorrelation is the key issue actually..

For five years, Li's formula, known as a Gaussian copula function , looked like an unambiguously positive breakthrough, a piece of financial technology that allowed hugely complex risks to be modeled with more ease and accuracy than ever before.

Mr. Anderson wanted to put something called the Gaussian copula function on his cover, which is "the secret formula that destroyed Wall Street."

There is a geospatial procedure called Gaussian unconditional Gaussian simulation Wackernagel, 2003 which ought to be possible to extend to address the problem you describe.

This curve is also called the Gaussian curve, after the nineteenthcentury German mathematician Karl Friedrich Gauss.

Moreover, he found a mathematical quantity, now called the Gaussian curvature of a surface, that is of major importance.

But of course the algorithms (known as Gaussian copula functions) that the banks used to assume that they could create riskfree bonds from subprime loans has now been published

What you are trying to do is effectively implement what's called a Gaussian Filter.

Returns to CompizConfig and select "Gaussian" in Blur Filter

For the last time, he is NOT a Normalinverse Gaussian DISTRIBUTION and he is not a gerund, @sshole …
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