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INFERENCE IN THE MULTIVARIATE EXPONENTIAL MODELS

@inproceedings{Hanagal2010INFERENCEIT,
  title={INFERENCE IN THE MULTIVARIATE EXPONENTIAL MODELS},
  author={David D. Hanagal},
  year={2010}
}
Block (1975) extended bivariate exponential distributions (BVEDs) of Freund (1961) and Proschan and Sullo (1974) to multivariate case and called them as Generalized FreundWeinman's multivariate exponential distributions (MVEDs). In this paper, we obtain MLEs of the parameters and large sample test for testing independence and symmetry of k components in the generalized Freund-Weinman's MVEDs. 

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