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Decomposition of probability distributions

Linnik, IНЎU. V.

# Decomposition of probability distributions

## by Linnik, IНЎU. V.

Written in English

Subjects:
• Probabilities.

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Classifications The Physical Object Statement [by] Yu. V. Linnik. Edited by S. J. Taylor. LC Classifications QA273 .L543 Pagination xii, 242 p. Number of Pages 242 Open Library OL5950158M LC Control Number 65022738 OCLC/WorldCa 2280716

If you use the triangle or triangular probability distribution, it will come as shown below. The duration can be 4 or 5 or 6 days – shown in the X-axis. Also shown are the minimum value (around 10% chance), most likely value (% chance) and maximum value of . The book presents in a rigorous and thorough manner the main elements of Charles Manski’s research on partial identification of probability distributions. One focus is prediction with missing outcome or covariate data. Another is decomposition of finite mixtures, with application to the analysis of contaminated sampling and ecological inference.

On the other hand, recently, distribution-valued data is becoming more important, (e.g. Diday E, Vrac M () Mixture decomposition of distributions by copulas in . Decomposition methods are based on an analysis of the individual components of a time series. The strength of each component is estimated separately and then substituted into a model that explains the behavior of the time series. Two of the more important decomposition methods are Multiplicative decomposition Additive decomposition Multiplicative decomposition The multiplicative decomposition.

For most of the classical distributions, base R provides probability distribution functions (p), density functions (d), quantile functions (q), and random number generation (r). S. Kotz and N. Balakrishnan books, e.g. Continuous Univariate Distributions, Vol. 1, , by the Cholesky decomposition of sigma, by the precision matrix omega or. Decomposition of superpositions of distribution functions. Budapest, Pub. House of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / .

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Decomposition of probability distributions. Edinburgh, London, Oliver & Boyd [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: I︠U︡ V Linnik. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of Razlozheniia veroiatnostnykh zakonov.

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