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    Inicio > Historias > At last, some scientist worries about parking

    At last, some scientist worries about parking

    And submits his work to ArXiV:
    We show that the spacing distribution between parked cars can be obtained as a solution of certain linear distributional fixed point equation. The results are compared with the data measured on the streets of Hradec Kralove. We also discuss a relation of this results to the random matrix theory.

    Will that explain why some diltweeds take the space or three or four cars?

    2007-07-27 09:09 | 2 Comment(s) | Filed in

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    De: yabu Fecha: 2007-07-27 13:36

    It's a good new. I've thought about that distribution more than once, and I was worried about doing it because I was geting mad. Now, I know I'm not alone ;)

    De: JJ Fecha: 2007-08-03 18:49

    Now this study should be put in practice to enhance parking space, shouldn't it?

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