Matrix-variate Beta Distribution

  title={Matrix-variate Beta Distribution},
  author={Arjun K. Gupta and Daya K. Nagar},
We propose matrix-variate beta type III distribution. Several properties of this distribution including Laplace transform, marginal distribution and its relationship with matrix-variate beta type I and type II distributions are also studied. 
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