Characterizations of Exponential Distribution by Ordered Random Variables

Mohammad Ahsanullah
Rider University, Lawrencevill, NJ, USA

Series: Applied Statistical Science
BISAC: MAT027000



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Exponential distribution is one of the most-used distributions in the theory and practice of statistics. It has several important properties like being memoryless and having a constant hazard rate. The field of characterization is developed in different branches of statistics and applied probability. Ordered random variables are common in various applications in practice. In this book, characterizations of exponential distribution using ordered random variables are presented.

Most of the known results as well as many new results are given in this book. The aim of the book is to present various characterizations of exponential distribution based on ordered random variables. The book is written on a lower technical level and requires basic knowledge of mathematics and statistics. Chapter 1 gives some basic properties of exponential distribution. Chapters 2, 3, and 4 give the characterization of exponential distribution based on order statistics, record values, and generalized order statistics.
(Imprint: Nova)

Chapter 1. Basic Properties

Chapter 2. Characterizations by Order Statistics

Chapter 3. Characterizations by Record Values

Chapter 4. Characterizations by Generalized order


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