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In the case of small we have that the rank of the first word of length We also know that, since all the different words of length appear, they are uniformly distributed, and words of length are written, then the number of times each different word appears is which, under the light of Zipf’s law, shows that We consider the case of large now. As said, basically every typed word of this length is different, and therefore its frequency is 1. Since this must be we have where the last step considered that, as found before, the rank of this word is Equating the first and last term yields again Hence, the finite state model implies Zipf’s law, moreover, the value found is precisely where is the value for Heaps’ law.
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Alternative Methods of Regression (Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics) by David Birkes, Dr. Yadolah Dodge