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Continuous Univariate Distributions.
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Progressive Censoring: Theory, Methods, and Applications
Introduction mathematics properties of progressively type-II right censored order statistics simulational algorithms recursive computation and algorithms alternative computational methods linearExpand
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Continuous Multivariate Distributions
In this article, we present a concise review of developments on various continuous multivariate distributions. We first present some basic definitions and notations. Then, we present severalExpand
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On families of beta- and generalized gamma-generated distributions and associated inference
Abstract A general family of univariate distributions generated by beta random variables, proposed by Jones, has been discussed recently in the literature. This family of distributions possessesExpand
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Continuous Bivariate Distributions
Univariate distributions. - Bivariate copulas. - Distributions expressed as copulas. - Concepts of stochastic dependence. - Measures of dependence. - Constructions of bivariate distributions.-Expand
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The gamma-exponentiated exponential distribution
In this paper, we introduce a new distribution generated by gamma random variables. We show that this distribution includes as a special case the distribution of the lower record value from aExpand
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Discrete Multivariate Distributions
In this article, we present a concise review of developments on discrete multivariate distributions. We first present some basic definitions and notations. Then, we present several important discreteExpand
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A Simple Simulational Algorithm for Generating Progressive Type-II Censored Samples
Abstract We establish an independence result concerning a progressive Type-II censored sample from the uniform distribution. This result is used to present a simple and efficient simulationalExpand
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Order statistics and inference : estimation methods
List of Tables. List of Figures. Introduction. Basic Theory. Moments and Other Expected Values. Linear Estimation Based on Order Statistics. Maximum Likelihood Estimation. Approximate MaximumExpand
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