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 Probability distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The triangular distribution on [a, b], a special case of which is the distribution of the sum of two uniformly distributed random variables (the convolution of two uniform distributions).
The Voigt distribution, or Voigt profile, is the convolution of a normal distribution and a Cauchy distribution.
A probability distribution is a special case of the more general notion of a probability measure, which is a function that assigns probabilities satisfying the Kolmogorov axioms to the measurable sets of a measurable space.
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 The Sampling Distribution
Therefore distributions will be reviewed before the sampling distribution is discussed.
When the sample button is pressed, the computer generates 100 samples of the sample size selected, computes the mean for each sample, and then draws the sampling distribution of the mean below the population model.
The sampling distribution is a distribution of a sample statistic.
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 Poisson distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For temporally distributed events, the Poisson distribution is the probability distribution of the number of events that would occur within a preset time, the Erlang distribution is the probability distribution of the amount of time until the nth event.
The higher moments of the Poisson distribution are Touchard polynomials in λ, whose coefficients have a combinatorial meaning.
Albert Einstein used Poisson noise to show that matter was composed of discrete atoms and to estimate Avogadro's number; he also used Poisson noise in treating blackbody radiation to demonstrate that electromagnetic radiation was composed of discrete photons.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Poisson_distribution   (1667 words)

  
 Graphs. Descrete. Logarithmic Distribution Graph
Logarithmic (A) y = 1,2,3,..., 0 < A < 1
www.mechmat.univ.kiev.ua /probability/Projects/StatGraph/LogarithmicGraph.html   (1667 words)

  
 Probability distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Weibull distribution, of which the exponential distribution is a special case, is used to model the lifetime of technical devices.
The triangular distribution on [a, b], a special case of which is the distribution of the sum of two uniformly distributed random variables (the convolution of two uniform distributions).
The Wigner semicircle distribution is important in the theory of random matrices.
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 Bimodal distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bimodal distributions are a commonly-used example of how deceptive summary statistics such as the mean, median, and standard deviation can be when used on an arbitrary distribution.
A good example is the height of a person; the heights of males form a roughly normal distribution, as do those of females, but when added together we obtain a bimodal distribution with values clustering around both the averages.
Typically, observing a bimodal distribution indicates, as in this example, that the distribution is in fact the sum of two different distributions, each with a single notable peak.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bimodal_distribution   (1667 words)

  
 Probability distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The rectangular distribution is a uniform distribution on [-1/2,1/2].
The triangular distribution on [a, b], a special case of which is the distribution of the sum of two uniformly distributed random variables (the convolution of two uniform distributions).
A probability distribution is a special case of the more general notion of a probability measure, which is a function that assigns probabilities satisfying the Kolmogorov axioms to the measurable sets of a measurable space.
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 Kuipers and Niederreiter (1974) Uniform distribution of sequences
Kuipers and Niederreiter (1974) Uniform distribution of sequences
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 Probability distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The rectangular distribution is a uniform distribution on [-1/2,1/2].
The triangular distribution on [a, b], a special case of which is the distribution of the sum of two uniformly distributed random variables (the convolution of two uniform distributions).
A probability distribution is a special case of the more general notion of a probability measure, which is a function that assigns probabilities satisfying the Kolmogorov axioms to the measurable sets of a measurable space.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Probability_distribution   (8 words)

  
 Pareto distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pareto originally used this distribution to describe the allocation of wealth among individuals since it seemed to show rather well the way that a larger portion of the wealth of any society is owned by a smaller percentage of the people in that society.
Zipf's law, also sometimes called the zeta distribution, may be thought of as a discrete counterpart of the Pareto distribution.
If X is a random variable with a Pareto distribution, then the probability that X is greater than some number x is given by:
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pareto_distribution   (797 words)

  
 Graphs. Descrete. Geometric Distribution Graph
Geometric (A) y = 1,2,3,..., 0 < A < 1
www.mechmat.univ.kiev.ua /probability/Projects/StatGraph/GeometricGraph.html   (10 words)

  
 Beta distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Dirichlet distribution is the multivariate generalization of the beta distribution.
The special case of the beta distribution when α = 1 and β = 1 is the standard uniform distribution.
In probability theory and statistics, the beta distribution is a continuous probability distribution with the probability density function (pdf) defined on the interval [0, 1]:
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Beta_distribution   (282 words)

  
 Delta distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is indeed not a function but a distribution.
is a sequence of functions with the abovementioned property, then it converges to the Dirac distribution, in the sense that the limit of the integrals is equal to φ(0) for any functionφ continuous at the origin.
is a finite number, for any bounded domain D, one can associate the distribution
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Delta_distribution   (282 words)

  
 Probability distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The rectangular distribution is a uniform distribution on [-1/2,1/2].
The triangular distribution on [a, b], a special case of which is the distribution of the sum of two uniformly distributed random variables (the convolution of two uniform distributions).
A probability distribution is a special case of the more general notion of a probability measure, which is a function that assigns probabilities satisfying the Kolmogorov axioms to the measurable sets of a measurable space.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Probability_distribution   (1336 words)

  
 Zipf's law - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the parabolic fractal distribution, the logarithm of the frequency is a quadratic polynomial of the logarithm of the rank.
The log-normal distribution is the distribution of a random variable whose logarithm is normally distributed, useful when small fluctuations multiply a quantity rather than add to it.
In the tail of the Yule-Simon distribution the frequencies are approximately
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Zipf's_law   (987 words)

  
 Zeta distribution - Wikipedia
The zeta distribution is equivalent to the Zipf distribution for infinite N.
Indeed the terms "Zipf distribution" and the "zeta distribution" are often used interchangeably.
What Gut calls the Riemann zeta distribution is actually the probability distribution of −log X, where X is a random variable with what this article calls the zeta distribution.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Zeta_distribution   (452 words)

  
 Weibull distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Weibull distributions may also be used to represent manufacturing and delivery times in industrial engineering problems, while it is very important in extreme value theory and weather forecasting.
The Weibull distribution is often used in place of the Normal distribution due to the fact that a Weibull variate can be generated through inversion, while Normal variates are typically generated using the more complicated Box-Muller Method, which requires two uniform random variates.
Furthermore, concerning wireless communications, the Weibull distribution may be used for fading channel modelling, since the Weibull fading model seems to exhibit good fit to experimental fading channel measurements.
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 Student's t-distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The t -distribution is related to the F-distribution as follows: the square of a value of t with ν degrees of freedom is distributed as F with 1 and ν degrees of freedom.
The overall shape of the probability density function of the t -distribution resembles the bell shape of a normally distributed variable with mean 0 and variance 1, except that it is a bit lower and wider.
Student's distribution arises when (as in nearly all practical statistical work) the population standard deviation is unknown and has to be estimated from the data.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Student's_t-distribution   (492 words)

  
 Sampling distribution problem #1
Given x is normally distributed with a population mean of 20 and standard deviation of 5, if a sample of 100 is taken, what is the probability that the mean of the sample will be more extreme than 19.
unr.edu /homepage/t_oleson/sampledist2/tsld004.htm   (492 words)

  
 Sebaran probabilitas - Wikipédia
The Weibull distribution, of which the exponential distribution is a special case, is used to model the lifetime of technical devices.
A distribution is called discrete if its cumulative distribution function consists of a sequence of finite jumps, which means that it belongs to a discrete random variable X: a variable which can only attain values from a certain finite or countable set.
The Boltzmann distribution, a discrete distribution important in statistical physics which describes the probabilities of the various discrete energy levels of a system in thermal equilibrium.
su.wikipedia.org /wiki/Probability_distribution   (916 words)

  
 Prior probability - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
We could specify, say, a normal distribution as the prior for his speed, but alternatively we could specify a normal prior for the time he takes to complete 100 metres, which is proportional to the reciprocal of the first prior.
An example is a prior distribution for the temperature at noon tomorrow.
statistical inference, a prior probability distribution, often called simply the prior, of an uncertain quantity p (for example, suppose p is the proportion of voters who will vote for John Kerry) is the probability distribution that would express one's uncertainty about p before the "data" (for example, an opinion poll) are taken into account.
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 Normal distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The derivation of the maximum-likelihood estimator of the covariance matrix of a multivariate normal distribution is subtle.
The normal distribution also arises in many areas of statistics: for example, the sampling distribution of the mean is approximately normal, even if the distribution of the population the sample is taken from is not normal.
The normal distribution is the most widely used family of distributions in statistics and many statistical tests are based on the assumption of normality.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Normal_distribution   (4130 words)

  
 Multinomial distribution -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
In (The branch of applied mathematics that deals with probabilities) probability theory, the multinomial distribution is a generalization of the (A theoretical distribution of the number of successes in a finite set of independent trials with a constant probability of success) binomial distribution.
The binomial distribution is the (additional info and facts about probability distribution) probability distribution of the number of "successes" in n (A neutral or uncommitted person (especially in politics)) independent (additional info and facts about Bernoulli trial) Bernoulli trials, with the same probability of "success" on each trial.
The (additional info and facts about Dirichlet distribution) Dirichlet distribution is the (additional info and facts about conjugate prior) conjugate prior of the multinomial in (additional info and facts about Bayesian) Bayesian statistics.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/m/mu/multinomial_distribution.htm   (332 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Logistic distribution
The probability density function (pdf) of the logistic distribution is given by: In mathematics, a probability density function (pdf) serves to represent a probability distribution in terms of integrals.
The logistic distribution is closely related to the logistic function and the logistic equation which also follow from the work of Verhulst.
The inverse cumulative distribution function of the logistic distribution is F
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Logistic-distribution   (1080 words)

  
 Gamma - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
E-102 Gamma is a fictional character in the Sonic the Hedgehog universe.
Gamma (upper case Γ, lower case γ) is the third letter of the Greek alphabet.
Letters that arose from Gamma are the Roman C and G and the Cyrillic letter Ghe.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gamma   (349 words)

  
 Electricity distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Electricity distribution is the penultimate process in the delivery of electricity, in other words the part between transmission and user purchase from an electricity retailer.
Electricity industry reform has led to the creation of electricity markets through the separation of contestable retailing from distribution, a natural monopoly and the separation of the monopoly transmission from generation.
Increasing the voltage reduced the current in the transmission and distribution lines and hence the size of conductors required and distribution losses incurred.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Electricity_distribution   (1092 words)

  
 Distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The word distribution is used to describe the range (biology) of a certain species.
Distribution function, in physics describes the number of particles per unit volume in phase space
Distributed parameter systems, systems that have an infinite-dimensional state-space
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Distribution   (130 words)

  
 Binomial distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In probability theory and statistics, the binomial distribution is the discrete probability distribution of the number of successes in a sequence of n independent yes/no experiments, each of which yields success with probability p.
The binomial distribution is the basis for the popular binomial test of statistical significance.
The number of HIV-positives you pick is a random variable X which follows a binomial distribution with n = 500 and p = 0.05 (when picking the people with replacement).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Binomial_distribution   (976 words)

  
 Digital distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Digital work is easy to duplicate without any loss of quality and with the direct nature and lower prices of online distribution, piracy has a far greater impact than it does for traditional media.
Digital distribution (Also known as digital delivery) is the principle of providing digital information or content over the Internet, either in the form of products or services.
Valve Software's Steam service became one of the best-known digital distribution outlets for video games following the release of Half-Life 2, which required access to the service in order to run.
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