On Some Distributions Arising from Certain Generalized Sampling Schemes
AbstractWith the notion of success in a series of trials extended to refer to a run of like outcomes, several new distributions are obtained as the result of sampling from an urn without replacement or with additional replacements. In this context, the hypergeometric, negative hypergeometric, logarithmic series, generalized Waring, Polya and inverse Polya distributions are extended and their properties are studied
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 6249.
Date of creation: 1986
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Publication status: Published in Communications in Statistics A (Theory and Methods) 3.15(1986): pp. 873-891
distribution of order k; hypergeometric; negative hypergeometric; logarithmic series; generalized Waring distribution; binomial; Poisson; negative binomial; Polya and inverse Polya distribution;
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