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Distributions in the constant-differentials Pólya process

by   Hosam M. Mahmoud, et al.

We study a class of unbalanced constant-differentials Pólya processes on white and blue balls. We show that the number of white balls, the number of blue balls, and the total number of balls, when appropriately scaled, all converge in distribution to a gamma random variables with parameters depending on the differential index and the amount of ball addition at the epochs, but not on the initial conditions. The result is obtained by an analytic approach utilizing partial differential equations.


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