Farr, William

Farr,

William, English medical statistician, 1807-1883.
Farr law - the curve of cases of an epidemic rises rapidly at first, then climbs slowly to a peak from which the fall is steeper than the previous rise.
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Sam Farr, William's mum, is looking forward to the future now that this surgery has opened up a world of possibilities for her son.
John Farr, William Johnson, and Robert Birmingham's, "A Multitiered Approach to Army Acquisition," describes how spiral development is used in the system-of-systems arena and the implications for the budget process.