# Poisson's law

Poisson's law
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• Poisson, Siméon-Denis — ▪ French mathematician born June 21, 1781, Pithiviers, France died April 25, 1840, Sceaux  French mathematician known for his work on definite integrals, electromagnetic theory, and probability (probability theory).       Poisson s family had… …   Universalium

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• Poisson, Denis — (1781 1840)    mathematician    Best known for his contributions to the theories of electricity and magnetism, Denis Poisson was born in Pithiviers, and was influenced by the work of joseph lagrange and pierre laplace. Named a peer of France in… …   France. A reference guide from Renaissance to the Present

• Law of small numbers — The law of small numbers may refer to* The Law of Small Numbers (book), authored by Ladislaus Bortkiewicz ** The Poisson distribution. Sometimes probability distributions are called laws , and the use of that name for this distribution originated …   Wikipedia

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