A new generalized transmuted weibull distribution: properties and applications

 
 
 
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    We introduce a new generalized transmuted-Weibull distribution and studied some of the mathematical characterizations of the new distribution. The quantile function, entropy, moment, moment generating function, and order statistics of the distribution are derived. The unknown parameters of the distribution were estimated through the maximum likelihood approach. The potential and flexibility of the new generalized transmuted-Weibull are illustrated by comparing it with other known distribution using real-life data sets.

     

     


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    Another Generalized Transmuted-G; Weibull Distribution; Entropy; Moments; Maximum Likelihood.

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Article ID: 31800
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijasp.v9i1.31800




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