Monotonicity properties of multivariate distribution and survival functions -- With an application to Lévy-frailty copulas
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KeywordsMultivariate distribution function Multivariate survival function Completely monotone Completely alternating n-increasing Fully n-increasing n-max-increasing Correspondence theorem Levy-frailty copula;
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