Distribution Fitting Software in Academia

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EasyFit is successfully used to perform academic research across various disciplines. Below is a partial list of research papers publicly available on the Internet referring to our distribution fitting software:

  • "Modelling the diffusion of innovation management theory using S-curves" (University of London, UK) [link]
  • "Co-evolution of Social and Affiliation Networks" (University of Maryland, USA) [link]
  • "A network traffic sources modeling method based on measured data defragmentation" (University of Maribor, Slovenia) [link]
  • "Molecular Descriptors Family on Vertex Cutting: Relationships between Acelazolamide Structures and their Inhibitory Activity" (University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Romania) [link]
  • "Stochastic TCP: A Statistical Approach to Congestion Avoidance" (Purdue University, USA) [link]
  • "A Comparative Analysis of Web and Peer-to-Peer Traffic" (University of Calgary, Canada) [link]
  • "Link Lifetimes: Distribution, Estimation and Application in Mobile Ad hoc Networks" (Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore) [link]
  • "Can the prevalence of high blood drug concentrations in a population be estimated by analysing oral fluid? A study of tetrahydrocannabinol and amphetamine" (Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Norway) [link]
  • "Building a Network Simulation Model of the Teragrid Network" (Purdue University, USA) [link]
  • "Power laws in top wealth distributions: evidence from Canada" (Brock University, Canada) [link]
  • "A New Calibration Methodology for Microscopic Traffic Simulation ..." (The State University of New Jersey, USA) [link]
  • "Evidence of the Recombinant Origin of a Bat Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)-Like Coronavirus and Its Implications on the Direct Ancestor of SARS Coronavirus" (The University of Hong Kong, China; University of Auckland, New Zealand) [link]
  • "An Efficient Organic Solvent Based Extraction Method ..." (North Carolina State University, USA) [link]
  • "Duration of Coherence Intervals in Electrical Brain Activity ..." (RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Japan) [link]
  • "Survey of Grid Simulators, Network-level Analysis of Grid Applications" (Leopold-Franzens-University of Innsbruck, Austria) [link]
  • "The rTMS Effect on Perceptual Reversal of Ambiguous Figures" (Kyushu University, Japan) [link]
  • "An actuarial model of fire risks for a corporation in Turkish iron and steel sector" (Hacettepe University, Turkey) [link]
  • "Vulnerability Analysis for a Quantitative Security Evaluation" (University of Toulouse, France) [link]
  • "User Modeling of Parallel Workloads" (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel) [link]
  • "Design and Analysis of Tsunami Warning and Evacuation Systems" (University of Calgary, Canada) [link]
  • "Resource Management Schemes for Mobile Ad hoc Networks" (National University of Singapore, Singapore) [link]
  • "Combination of Aperture Near-field Scanning Optical Microscopy ..." (University of Illinois College of Medicine, USA; Fudan University, China; Jinan University, China) [link]
  • "The Measurement and Modeling of a P2P Streaming Video Service" (Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China; China Mobile Group Design Institute Co., Ltd, China; Lancaster University, UK) [link]
  • "Design of optimum roof support systems in South African collieries" (University of Pretoria, South Africa) [link]
  • "Microscale Surface Roughening of Chocolate Viewed with Optical Profilometry" (Ryerson University, Canada; Silpakorn University, Thailand) [link]
  • "Kinetic Analysis of Isothermal Decomposition Process of Sodium Bicarbonate Using the Weibull Probability Function-Estimation of Density Distribution Functions of the Apparent Activation Energies" (University of Belgrade, Serbia) [link]
  • "Empirical Distribution Models for Slenderness and Aspect Ratios of Core Particles of Particulate Wood Composites" (The University of British Columbia, Canada) [link]
  • "Heavy-tailed distributions in non-life insurance" (Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia) [link]
  • "Elárasztáson alapuló P2P keresőalgoritmusok szimulációs vizsgálata" (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary) [link]
  • "Modeliranje in simuliranje samopodobnega prometa v telekomunikacijskih omrežjih" (University of Maribor, Slovenia) [link]
  • "Experimenteren met datamining technieken in een benchmark- en leer- systeem ..." (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands) [link]