On Some Bivariate Extensions of the Folded Normal and the Folded-T Distributions
In this paper two new bivariate distributions are defined and studied. They are two-variate versions of the folded normal distribution (Leone et al. 1961) and the folded t distribution (Psarakis and Panaretos 1990). They both arise in the context of evaluating the predictive behaviour of two competing linear models with the aim to select the one that leads to predictions closer to the actual value of the dependent variable
|Date of creation:||2001|
|Publication status:||Published in Journal of Applied Statistical Science 2.10(2001): pp. 119-136|
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- Psarakis, Stelios & Panaretos, John, 1990. "The Folded t Distribution," MPRA Paper 6257, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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