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On the estimation of parameter and stress-strength reliability for unit-Lindley distribution

by   Aniket Biswas, et al.

The unit-Lindley distribution was recently introduced in the literature as a viable alternative to the Beta and the Kumaraswamy distributions with support in (0; 1). This distribution enjoys many virtuous properties over the named distributions. In this article, we address the issue of parameter estimation from a Bayesian perspective and study relative performance of different estimators through extensive simulation studies. Significant emphasis is given to the estimation of stress-strength reliability employing classical as well as Bayesian approach.


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