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AbstractFisher information is of key importance in estimation theory. It is used as a tool for characterizing complex signals or systems, with applications, e.g. in biology, geophysics and signal processing. The problem of minimizing Fisher information in a set of distributions has been studied...
AbstractElliptic-type integral plays a major role in the study of different problems of physics and technology including fracture mechanics. Many papers have been written for various families of elliptic-type integrals. Due to their applications here, we are presenting an organized study of...
AbstractIn the present paper, we introduce and investigate two new subclasses QΣ(n; y;k) and BΣ(n;β;k) of bi-valent functions in the unit disk U. For functions belonging to the classes QΣ(n;y;k) and BΣ(n;β;k), we obtain estimates on the first two Taylor-Maclaurin coefficients |a2| and |a3|.
AbstractIn this article, we introduce some examples of cubic rank transmuted distributions proposed by Granzatto et al. (2017). The statistical aspects of the introduced distributions such as probability density functions, hazard rate functions and reliability functions are studied. The maximum...
AbstractThere are diverse lifetime models available to the researchers to predict the uncertain behavior of random events but at times they fail to provide adequate fit for some complex and new data sets. New probability distributions are emerging as lifetime models to meet this ever growing...
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