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On three Parameter Weighted Quasi Akash Distribution: Properties and Applications

@inproceedings{Hassan2018OnTP,
  title={On three Parameter Weighted Quasi Akash Distribution: Properties and Applications},
  author={Anwar Hassan and Gulzar Ahmad Shalbaf and Bilal Ahmad Para},
  year={2018}
}
In this paper, we have introduced a weighted model of the Quasi Akash Distribution and the weight function considered here is   c x x W  , where the weight parameter is c . We have investigated different characteristics as well as the structural properties of the Weighted Quasi Akash Distribution (WQAD). We have also derived the Moment Generating Function, Characteristic Function, Reliability Function and Hazard Rate function of the introduced model. Finally model has been examined with real… 

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