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Extensions of true skewness for unimodal distributions

@inproceedings{Kovchegov2022ExtensionsOT,
  title={Extensions of true skewness for unimodal distributions},
  author={Yevgeniy Kovchegov and Alex Negr'on and Clarice Pertel and Christopher Wang},
  year={2022}
}
. A 2022 paper [8] introduced the notion of true positive and negative skewness for continuous random variables via Fr´echet p -means. In this work, we find novel criteria for true skewness, establish true skewness for the Weibull, L´evy, skew-normal, and chi-squared distributions, and discuss the extension of true skewness to discrete and multivariate settings. Furthermore, some relevant properties of the p -means of random variables are established. 

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