On an Induced Distribution and its Statistical Properties

10/27/2020
by   Brijesh P. Singh, et al.
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In this study an attempt has been made to propose a way to develop new distribution. For this purpose, we need only idea about distribution function. Some important statistical properties of the new distribution like moments, cumulants, hazard and survival function has been derived. The renyi entropy, shannon entropy has been obtained. Also ML estimate of parameter of the distribution is obtained, that is not closed form. Therefore, numerical technique is used to estimate the parameter. Some real data sets are used to check the suitability of this distribution over some other existing distributions such as Lindley, Garima, Shanker and many more. AIC, BIC, -2loglikihood, K-S test suggest the proposed distribution works better than others distributions considered in this study.

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