Cramp Function Distribution Definition
The (complex) cramp function distribution is a continuous distribution defined as :
Cramp Function vs. Error Function
The term “(complex) cramp function” is seen in literature by Russian or Latvian authors (for example, see , , ), where it is usually denoted as W(x) . Elsewhere, it is known as the error function.
 Johnson, Kotz, and Balakrishnan, (1994), Continuous Univariate Distributions, Volumes I and II, 2nd. Ed., John Wiley and Sons.
 Mikhailovskiy, A. B. (1975), Theory of Plasma Instabilities, Atomizdat, in Russian
 Baumjohann, W., and R. A. Treumann (1997), Basic Space Plasma Physics, Imperial College Press, London.
  Zagursky, V. Pilot signal detection in Wireless Sensor Networks (Latvian translation). Online: https://ortus.rtu.lv/science/en/publications/11860/fulltext
 Error Functions (TeX). Online: http://nlpc.stanford.edu/nleht/Science/reference/tex/errorfun/errorfun.tex
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