Goodness of fit Tests for Generalized Frechet Distribution

  title={Goodness of fit Tests for Generalized Frechet Distribution},
  author={Abd-Elfattah and Omima A. Fergany},
  • Abd-Elfattah, Omima A. Fergany
  • Published 2012
An important problem in statistics is to obtain information about the form of the population from which the sample is drawn. Goodness of fit test is employed to determine how well the observed sample data "fits" some proposed model. The standard goodness of fit statistics are inappropriate when the parameters of the hypothesized distribution are estimated from the data used for the test. In this paper, we obtain the tables of critical values of modified Kolmogorov-Smirnov (KS) test, Cramer-Von… CONTINUE READING


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