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Applicant:
Central University of Tamil Nadu 
Author:
C.Vijayalakshmi,K.M.Mancy 
Corresponding Authors:
C.Vijayalakshmi 
DOI #:
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2020.05.093 
Title:
Design of stochastic model for the distribution interval between fetal development stage and post-partum amenorrhoea 
Journal:
Procedia Computer Science-Elsevier-Science Direct 
Year:
2020 
Volume:
172 
Page:
421-426 
Keywords:
Stochastic; fetal development; Gestation; distribution interval 
Abstract:
In human reproduction process, analysing the birth interval is a crucial and important aspect. Normally, the distribution of fetal development stage interval of any exact order may be the same as the distribution of Post-partum Amenorrhoea interval of the same order but it cannot be same. Here the interval between the distribution of a specific order of fetal development stage interval and Post-partum Amenorrhoea interval of the same order is analysed. In this context, it is demonstrated the distinction between the Post-partum Amenorrhoea interval and fetal development stage interval empirically by allowing for a actual data set. Further, the distinction between these distributions is demonstrated theoretically, by taking certain proposed values of fertility factors involved in the stochastic model proposed for the purpose.  
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C.Vijaya Lakshmi on 2020-09-03 
 
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