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Cantor-solus and Cantor-multus Distributions

  title={Cantor-solus and Cantor-multus Distributions},
  author={Steven R. Finch},
  • S. Finch
  • Published 20 March 2020
  • Mathematics
  • ArXiv
The Cantor distribution is obtained from bitstrings; the Cantor-solus distribution (a new name) admits only strings without adjacent 1 bits. We review moments and order statistics associated with these. The Cantor-multus distribution is introduced -- which instead admits only strings without isolated 1 bits -- and more complicated formulas emerge. 

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