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Continuous bivariate distributions, emphasising applications

T. P. Hutchinson

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Published
**1990**
by Rumsby Scientific Publishing in Adelaide, South Australia
.

Written in English

- Statistics.,
- Multivariate analysis.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | T.P. Hutchinson and C.D. Lai. |

Contributions | Lai, C. D. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | xxxi, 412 p. ; |

Number of Pages | 412 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL15203972M |

ISBN 10 | 0731672062 |

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Pareto type II distribution has been studied from many statisticians due to its important role in reliability modelling and lifetime testing. In this article, we introduce two bivariate Pareto Type II distributions; one is derived from copula and the other is based on mixture and copula. Parameter Estimates of the proposed distribution are obtained using the maximum likelihood by: 1. T. P. Hutchinson has written: 'The proofs for a first course in statistics' 'Continuous bivariate distributions, emphasising applications' -- subject(s): Multivariate analysis, Statistics.

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In this book, we restrict ourselves to the bivariate distributions for two reasons: (i) correlation structure and other properties are easier to understand and the joint density plot can be displayed more easily, and (ii) a bivariate distribution can normally be extended to a multivariate one through a vector or matrix representation.

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