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A mathematical model for human population reproduction by iterative marriage / Hisashi Inaba
Bib ID 226572
Format BookBook
Author
Inaba, Hisashi
 
Description Tokyo : Institute of Population Problems, 1993 
11 p. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Working paper series (Jinkō Mondai Kenkyūjo (Japan)) ; no. 18.

Subjects Fertility, Human -- Statistical methods.
Other authors/contributors Jinkō Mondai Kenkyūjo (Japan)
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