# Estimation and Testing in Type I Generalized Half Logistic Distribution

@inproceedings{Kantam2013EstimationAT, title={Estimation and Testing in Type I Generalized Half Logistic Distribution}, author={R. R. L. Kantam and Vinutha Ramakrishna and M. S. Ravikumar}, year={2013} }

- Published 2013
DOI:10.22237/jmasm/1367382060

A generalization of the Half Logistic Distribution is developed through exponentiation of its survival function and named the Type II Generalized Half Logistic Distribution (GHLD). The distributional characteristics are presented and estimation of its parameters using maximum likelihood and modified maximum likelihood methods is studied with comparisons. Discrimination between Type II GHLD and exponential distribution in pairs is conducted via likelihood ratio criterion.

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