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Collective Mass Education-English-gustav Theodor Fechner.

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COLLECTIVE MASSEDUCATION
BY
 
Gustav Theodor Fechner
ON BEHALF
THE
SAXON ROYAL SOCIETY OF SCIENCES 
PUBLISHED
 
BY
GOTTL.FIEDR.LIPPS
LEIPZIG
PUBLISHER OF WILLIAM Engelmann in 1897.
 
Content
 
Part One
 
Preliminary statements
ForewordI. Introduction. § 1, 2II Preliminary Overview of the key points, which are used in theinvestigation of a collective object into account, and it related names. § 3-11III. Preliminary Overview of the study material and general observations. §12IV props; abnormalities. § 13-23V. Gaussian law of the random deviations (errors of observation) and itsgeneralizations. § 24-37
 
VI. Characteristics of the collective objects by their determination pieces or so-called elements. § 38-46
The theoretical treatment of collective objects
VII Primary distribution panels. § 47-52VIII Reduced distribution panels. § 33 -
67 
IX. Determination of 
 A
a
,
 ,
a ', m
,
m ',
Αθ
,
 ,
Αθ
'.
§ 68-75.X. Compilation and context of the main characteristics of the three principal valuesof 
 A, C, D:
also
 R, T, F 
§ 76-86XI. The densest value
 D.
§ 87-92
The asymmetry of collective objects.
XII. Reasons that significant asymmetry of the deviations with respect to thearithmetic mean and validity of the asymmetric distribution law with respect tothe closest value of 
 D
in the sense of generalized Gaussian law (Cape, V) be thegeneral case. § 93-95XIII
.
Mathematical relations of the connection of major and minor asymmetry. § 96XIV formulas for the mean and probable value of the dependent purely randomasymmetry difference
and 
§ 97-101XV. Probability provisions for the dependent of a purely random asymmetrydifference
u
the outputs from the true center. § 102-111XVI. Probability provisions for the dependent of a purely random asymmetrydifference
v
the outputs from the wrong means. § 112-117
The distribution laws of arithmetic principle of collective objects.
XVII. The simple, two-sided Gaussian law. § 118 to 122XVIII. The sum of the law and the Supplementarverfahren. § 123-128XIX. The asymmetry laws. § 129-136XX. The extreme laws. § 137-142
The logarithmic distribution law.
 
XXI. The logarithmic treatment of collective objects. § 143 to 146XXII. Collective treatment of relationships between dimensions. Mean ratios. §147-151
Appendix.
XXIII. Dependency relationships. § 152-155
 
Second part.
Special investigations.
XXIV over the spatial and temporal relationship of the size variations of therecruits. § 136-163XXV. Structure and asymmetry of rye. § 164-169XXVI. The dimensions of the gallery paintings. § 170-175XXVII. Collective objects from the fields of meteorology. § 176-179XXVIII. The asymmetry of the error rows. § 180-182Appendix. The t-table. § 183
Preface.
 
Vorliegendes work has for many years created by me, collected material and to proceed in the same preparation, but this often interrupted by other tasks, all set asidesome time and has thus far delayed the completion of the work. To delay it longer,like at my age, not be advisable if the work is to appear at all, nor do I dare say it is itcan finally dare after repeatedly coming back to appear, although for not as a perfectwork, but as a backing a further expansion of the doctrine discussed here. Particular the following introductory chapter speaks about the task of teaching from, and so likehere only the following general remarks can find additional room.
 
With the new name under which the teaching occurs here, I give it not as a newdoctrine, only that the current level of development need not put the close, they evenset up under a special name for themselves. Everywhere the science so specialized inthe way of their growing development and thus requires separating names of their various areas. Well probably the most general, most interesting, Verdienstlichste whatexisted of our teaching so far, in Quetelet's "Lettres sur la théorie of probabilités"(1846) and his "physique sociale." (1869) to be found, and if you want, you can at

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