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POWER ISHITA DISTRIBUTION AND ITS APPLICATION TO MODEL LIFETIME DATA

A study on two-parameter power Ishita distribution (PID), of which Ishita distribution introduced by Shanker and Shukla (2017 a) is a special case, has been carried out and its important statistical properties including shapes of the density, moments, skewness and kurtosis measures, hazard rate function, and stochastic ordering have been discussed. The maximum likelihood estimation has been discussed for estimating its parameters. An application of the distribution has been explained with a

Kamlesh Kumar Shukla, Rama Shanker

Statistics in Transition New Series , ISSUE 1, 135–148

Research Article

A THREE-PARAMETER WEIGHTED LINDLEY DISTRIBUTION AND ITS APPLICATIONS TO MODEL SURVIVAL TIME

of dispersion have been derived and discussed. The reliability properties, including hazard rate function and mean residual life function, have been discussed. The estimation of its parameters has been discussed using the maximum likelihood method and the applications of the distribution have been explained through some survival time data of a group of patients suffering from head and neck cancer, and the fit has been compared with a one-parameter Lindley distribution and a two-parameter weighted

Rama Shanker, Kamlesh Kumar Shukla, Amarendra Mishra

Statistics in Transition New Series , ISSUE 2, 291–310

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A NEW AND UNIFIED APPROACH IN GENERALIZING THE LINDLEY’S DISTRIBUTION WITH APPLICATIONS

This paper proposes a new family of continuous distributions with one extra shape parameter called the generalized Zeghdoudi distributions (GZD). We investigate the shapes of the density and hazard rate function. We derive explicit expressions for some of its mathematical quantities. Various statistical properties like stochastic ordering, moment method, maximum likelihood estimation, entropies and limiting distribution of extreme order statistics are established. We prove the flexibility of

Lahsen Bouchahed, Halim Zeghdoudi

Statistics in Transition New Series , ISSUE 1, 61–74

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EXTENDED EXPONENTIATED POWER LINDLEY DISTRIBUTION

In this study, we introduce a new model called the Extended Exponentiated Power Lindley distribution which extends the Lindley distribution and has increasing, bathtub and upside down shapes for the hazard rate function. It also includes the power Lindley distribution as a special case. Several statistical properties of the distribution are explored, such as the density, hazard rate, survival, quantile functions, and moments. Estimation using the maximum likelihood method and inference on a

V. Ranjbar, M. Alizadeh, G. G. Hademani

Statistics in Transition New Series , ISSUE 4, 621–643

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SUJATHA DISTRIBUTION AND ITS APPLICATIONS

In this paper a new one-parameter lifetime distribution named “Sujatha Distribution” with an increasing hazard rate for modelling lifetime data has been suggested. Its first four moments about origin and moments about mean have been obtained and expressions for coefficient of variation, skewness, kurtosis and index of dispersion have been given. Various mathematical and statistical properties of the proposed distribution including its hazard rate function, mean residual life function

Rama Shanker

Statistics in Transition New Series , ISSUE 3, 391–410

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