New Results for Pearson Type III Family of Distributions and Application in Wireless Power Transfer

  title={New Results for Pearson Type III Family of Distributions and Application in Wireless Power Transfer},
  author={Sotiris A. Tegos and George K. Karagiannidis and Panagiotis D. Diamantoulakis and Nestor D. Chatzidiamantis},
  journal={IEEE Internet of Things Journal},
Pearson and log Pearson type III distributions have been considered in several scientific fields, as in hydrology and seismology. In this paper, we present new results for these distributions and we utilize them, for first time in the literature, to investigate the statistical behavior of wireless power transfer (WPT), assuming that the harvested energy follows a well-established nonlinear energy harvesting model based on the logistic function. Specifically, we present new closed-form… 

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